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Occultism (from Latinoccultus "hidden, secret"), essentially synonymous with the term esotericism (from Greekεσωτερική), is the term commonly used in Western culture for the study of occult or hidden knowledge, so-called secret knowledge, which provides information about the sensually not directly experienceable - and therefore hidden - realms of the world. The law of universal brotherhood states that a spiritual researcher can independently re-investigate occult facts, which have already been explored earlier by other spiritual researchers, only if he has previously received knowledge of them by way of external transmission. This guarantees the unbroken continuity of spiritual research throughout the ages and explains why the extensive study of spiritual-scientific tradition must be the indispensable basis for one's own spiritual research.


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References to the work of Rudolf Steiner follow Rudolf Steiner's Collected Works (CW or GA), Rudolf Steiner Verlag, Dornach/Switzerland, unless otherwise stated.
Email: verlag@steinerverlag.com URL: www.steinerverlag.com.
Index to the Complete Works of Rudolf Steiner - Aelzina Books
A complete list by Volume Number and a full list of known English translations you may also find at Rudolf Steiner's Collected Works
Rudolf Steiner Archive - The largest online collection of Rudolf Steiner's books, lectures and articles in English (by Steiner Online Library).
Rudolf Steiner Audio - Recorded and Read by Dale Brunsvold
steinerbooks.org - Anthroposophic Press Inc. (USA)
Rudolf Steiner Handbook - Christian Karl's proven standard work for orientation in Rudolf Steiner's Collected Works for free download as PDF.