Rudolf Steiner Archive 

A Note on the Dates in the Calendar

 

The dates above the verses relate to the manuscript of the first edition, which covered the year 1912-1913. When he was questioned about the change of dates that occurs from year to year, Rudolf Steiner stressed that one must always begin with the first verse at Easter. Thus, the change in dates is not important because three successive verses of the Calendar are always kept in the same mood.


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