In 1904, the Austrian philosopher and esotericist
, Rudolf Steiner, gave a lecture in Amsterdam.
Biodynamic farming was developed in 1924 by Rudolph Steiner--philosopher, esotericist
, and founder of Waldorf education.
He focuses on four influential figures: the French esotericist
Rene Guenon, the Belgo-French feminist and explorer Alexandra David-Neel, the Austrian physicist Erwin Schrodinger, and the German novelist Herman Hesse.
This reading is dependent on the esotericist
method of interpreting Maimonides' Guide, which has its roots in medieval commentators but was most famously expounded in the twentieth century by Leo Strauss.
A number of literary anthroposophists, the followers of the Austrian esotericist
and philosopher Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925), came to make up a substantial part of the Spektrum group, and became absolutely dominant in Horisont.
In "The Reality of Nazi Occultism," they describe Wiligut as "the best known esotericist
to have had an official rank in the SS and to have produced esoteric work for Reichsfuhrer-SS Heinrich Himmler" (42).
Russian Spirituality and Other Essays: Mysteries of Our Time Seen through the Eyes of a Russian Esotericist
. San Rafael, CA: LogoSophia, 2010.