The Soul’s Probationby Rudolf Steiner
Genre: Myth, Other
Format of Original Source: Play
Recommended Adaptation Length:
Candidate for Adaptation? Not Likely
These scenes back into the fourteenth century are conceived as results of imaginative cognition, and in the physical world are only recognizable by their effect. The way in which a life is repeated (from occurrences of the fourteenth century into the present day) should not be taken arbitrarily, but merely as what may happen at any turning point of time. These conflicts and consequences of a former life are only possible at such a time.
NOTE FROM NMI: The plays of Rudolf Steiner are mystic; they are allegedly transcripts of “secret” rites and ceremonies kept hidden from the public. They’re very strange.
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