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Virginia Sease

Dr. Virginia Sease was born in Pennsylvania and earned her doctorate in German from the University of Southern California. She taught in a university and a Waldorf school in Los Angeles and served as a member of the Executive Council of the Anthroposophical Society at the Goetheanum from 1984 until her retirement in 2015. Virginia Sease remains a member of the leadership at the Goetheanum, with responsibilities in the General Anthroposophical Section of the School of Spiritual Science. She also coordinates speakers and lecture cycles given worldwide, as well as Class Lessons at the Goetheanum, and leads the Anthroposophical Studies Program in English. She is the author and coauthor of several books on anthroposophic topics.

Books by Virginia Sease :

Reading the Pictures of the Apocalypse

(CW 104a)
Translated by James H. Hindes

The Archetypal Feminine in the Mystery Stream of Humanity

Towards a New Culture of the Family

Encountering the Self

Transformation & Destiny in the Ninth Year
Contributions by Walter Holtzapfel
Translated by Jesse Darrell

The New Mysteries

And the Wisdom of Christ

Paths of the Christian Mysteries

From Compostela to the New World

The Ten Commandments in Evolution

A Spiritual-Scientific Study
Translated and Edited by Agnes Schneeberg-de Steur
Foreword by Virginia Sease

Thinkers, Saints, Heretics

Spiritual Paths of the Middle Ages

The Zodiac Gestures in Eurythmy

Foreword by Virginia Sease