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Book Excerpts: Chapter 1 and Chapter 2
Numbers in parentheses refer to the following translations:

For the four Ring Cycle operas, page number references are to Andrew Porter’s 1977 translation published by W.W. Norton, assigned ISBN 0-393-00867-3.

For Parsifal, page number references are to Andrew Porter’s translation as it appears in the 1995 German Opera Libretti, (a volume in the series The German Library), edited by James Steakley, assigned ISBN 0-8264-0739-0 (paperback) and ISBN 0-8264-0738-2 (hardcover).

Chapter 2: Wotan and Lucifer
*The Manichean principles, which will be discussed again, are based on this principle.

Article: Hegel, John Dewey, Wagner and Steiner
1 Steiner, Riddles of Philosophy, Chapter 7
2 Sutton, America’s Secret Establishment, page 5
3 Sutton 101
4 Sutton 104

Article: Esoteric Aspects of Wagner’s Music & Libretti
5 Lecture by Rudolf Steiner, Landin, 29th July, 1906; http://www.rsarchive.org
6 Lecture by Rudolf Steiner, Landin, 29th July, 1906; http://www.rsarchive.org
7 Lecture by Rudolf Steiner, Berlin, 28th March, 1905; http://www.rsarchive.org
8 Richard Wagner, The Ring of the Nibelung; translated by Andrew Porter; 1977 W.W. Norton & Co., Inc.; N.Y.
9 Lecture by Rudolf Steiner, Berlin, 28th March, 1905; http://www.rsarchive.org
10 For many more examples see Richard Wagner, Rudolf Steiner, and Allegories of the Ring, From the Mundane to the Esoteric by George Hastings, 2011 Bennett & Hastings Publishing; Seattle, WA.
11 Lecture by Rudolf Steiner, Nuremberg, December 2nd, 1907. http://www.rsarchive.org
12 Lecture by Rudolf Steiner, Berlin, 19th of May, 1905, http://www.rsarchive.org

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