|Title:||The Norse Stories and their Significance|
|Publisher:||Rudolf Steiner College Press|
|Number of pages:||86|
The Norse legends, taught in Waldorf schools in the fourth grade, appear to be a mysterious collection of tales, illogical in sequence and with no obvious coherent theme. However, there is a great depth of knowledge and they are probably relics of old Mystery wisdom. They represent a picture of evolution, showing the human being’s struggle with adverse powers, the fading of the old world conception and the birth of the ego which leads to new powers of perception.
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