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Hella Wiesberger

Hella (Helene Anna) Wiesberger (1920–2014) went to Dornach to continue her studies in language, but soon after the death of Marie Steiner, she began to work (initially as a typist) in the estate administration. In 1952 she gave up her language training to help build and publish Rudolf Steiner's complete works (CW), and for the next fifty years, she was the editor. In addition to Marie Steiner, her intensive biographical work was influenced especially by Rudolf Steiner's artistic impulse, his esoteric teaching, and the development of the anthroposophic movement. In 2001, she resigned from the board of the Rudolf Steiner estate administration and soon ended her volunteer work in the Rudolf Steiner Archive.


Books by Hella Wiesberger :

Freemasonry and Ritual Work

The Misraim Service (CW 265)
Translated by John M. Wood
Introduction by Christopher Bamford
Paperback
$35.00

From the History and Contents of the First Section of the Esoteric School

Letters, Documents, and Lectures: 1904–1914 (CW 264)
Introduction by Christopher Bamford
Paperback
$35.00

Rudolf Steiner's Esoteric Teaching Activity

Truthfulness, Continuity, New Form
Translated and Edited by Marsha Post
Paperback
$25.00

Soul Exercises

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Word and Symbol Meditations, 1903–1924 (CW 267)
Translated by Matthew Barton
Introduction by Hella Wiesberger
Paperback
$35.00