A Journal & Newsletter for Friends & Members of the Section for the Literary Arts & Humanities of the School for Spiritual Science in North America. 

Next Meeting: March 9, 2024.
“Karmic Streams / Karmic Dreams”
  Discussion and Walkabout

“Friends, the soil is poor. We must scatter abundant seed to ensure even a middling harvest.”  — Novalis

Featured Topics

“The Poet and the Dead” by Albert Steffen

“The Poet and the Dead” by Albert Steffen

Artwork: "Monolith X" by Marion Donehower (Visual Arts Section)   At the Section meeting on February 24, 2024, we discussed the topic of Literary Modernism in respect to Threshold Experiences and Soul Loss. A variety of twentieth-century modernist poets and novelists were mentioned. This essay by Albert Steffen, although not discussed directly in our meeting due to limitations of time, speaks to the topic we considered.    The Poet and the Dead "There were epochs in the evolution of mankind in which the relationship with the dead was more important than with the living. The resting...

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La Loba

La Loba

Artwork: "Self Portrait" Paula Modersohn-Becker Summer 2023 Report from the Section Fairytale Group The Bare Bones This summer the Section Fairytale Group...

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