"The Austrian-born Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) was the head of the German Theosophical Society from 1902 until 1912, at which time he broke away and formed his Anthroposophical Society. He may have abandoned the divine wisdom for human wisdom, but one of his main motives for leaving the theosophists was that they did not treat Jesus or Christianity as special. Steiner had no problem, however, in accepting such Hindu notions as karma and reincarnation. By 1922 Steiner had established what he called the Christian Community, with its own liturgy and rituals for Anthroposophists. Both the Anthroposophical Society and the Christian Community still exist, though they are separate entities." 
- Holger Kirchmann, "Biological Dynamic Farming – An Occult Form of Alternative Agriculture?," Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 7 (1994), 173-87.
- Pernille Kaltoft, "Values about Nature in Organic Farming Practice and Knowledge," Sociologia Ruralis, 39 (1999), 39-53.
- Lynne Carpenter-Boggs, John Reganold, and Ann Kennedy, "Biodynamic preparations: Short-term effects on crops, soils, and weed populations," American Journal of Alternative Agriculture, 15 (2000), 110-18.
- Thoughtful article from New Zealand on biodynamics: http://jury.co.nz/tag/organic-gardening/
- Alex Norman, "Cosmic Flavour, Spiritual Nutrition? The Biodynamic Agricultural Method and the Legacy of Rudolf Steiner’s Anthroposophy in Viticulture" in Carole Cusack and Alex Norman, eds., Handbook of New Religions and Cultural Production (Leiden: Brill, 2012), 213-34
- Linda Chalker-Scott, "The Science Behind Biodynamic Preparations: A Literature Review" HortTechnology 23 (2013), 814-19
- Angelic Organics - US
- Biodynamic Agricultural Association
- Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association
- Biodynamic Agricultural Association of Southern Africa
- Biodynamic Land Fund
- Biointensive Agriculture
- Fordhall Organic Farm
- Hawthorne Valley Association - US
- Laverstoke Park Farm - UK
- Mulloon Creek Natural Farms - Australia
- Roxbury Farm
- Rush Farm in Worcester, UK - the farm which inspired BBC’s The Archers.
- Ruskin Vale Organics - UK
- Rutland Biodynamics - UK
- School of Life Educational Society - US
- Stroud Community Agriculture - UK
- Tablehurst Farm - UK
- World Union for Protection of Life
- Zinniker Family Farm
- Anthroposophical Association Limited - UK
- Asha Centre
- Biography and Social Development Trust - UK
- Blackthorn Medical Centre - UK
- Camphill Communities
- Camphill Village Trust
- Center for Anthroposophy
- City of Lakes Waldorf School - US
- Demeter Association - US
- Steiner Academy Frome - UK
- General Anthroposophical Society
- Global Network for Social Threefolding
- Nature Institute - US
- Nose to Nose - France
- RSF Social Finance - US
- Rudolf Steiner Emerson College, Sussex, UK
- Rudolf Steiner Institute - US
- Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship - UK
- South Devon Steiner School - UK
- Triodos Bank
- Waldorf Education
- Peter Selg, Rudolf Steiner: 1861 – 1925 (Verlag des Ita Wegman Instituts, 2012). (reviewed by Ramon Brüll; also criticisms from the News Network Anthroposophy "[tt_news=1303&cHash=909b882b2a1a53cd770315829c030e69 The new biography of Steiner: real portrait or hagiography?]")
- Christoph Lindenberg, Rudolf Steiner: a biography (SteinerBooks, 2012). (Peter Staudenmaier refer to this book as "by far the best of the anthroposophist accounts")
- Heiner Ullrich, "Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925)", Prospects: the quarterly review of comparative education (Paris, UNESCO: International Bureau of Education), vol.XXIV, no. 3/4, 1994, p. 555-572.
- Janet Biehl and Peter Staudenmaier, Ecofascism Revisited: Lessons from the German experience (New Compass, 2011). review
- Heiner Ullrich, Rudolf Steiner (London: Continuum, 2008).
- Ida Oberman, The Waldorf Movement in Education from European Cradle to American Crucible, 1919-2008 (Edwin Mellen Press, 2008) - Waldorf insider who is critical of prevailing Waldorf myths
- Peter Staudenmaier , Between Occultism and Fascism: Anthroposophy and the Politics of Race and Nation in Germany and Italy, 1900-1945, Ph.D. Thesis, Cornell University, August 2010. (see here for critique of his writings)
- Helmut Zander, Anthroposophy in Germany: Theosophical Worldview and Social Practice 1884-1945 (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2007). Reviewed by Peter Staudenmaier.
- Grégoire Perra, "THE ANTHROPOSOPHICAL INDOCTRINATION OF STUDENTS IN STEINER-WALDORF SCHOOLS", June, 2011.
- Michael Barker, "Fascism and Anthroposophy", Swans Commentary, October 8, 2012.
- Peter Staudenmaier, “…out of the frying pan and into the fire”: Rassismus und Geschichtsmetaphysik – Book review by Peter Staudenmaier", Waldorfblog.wordpress, December 22, 2012.
- Schools of pseudoscience, University of aberdeen and anthroposophical medicine, dr hauschka (article
- Julian Strube, Vril: Eine okkulte Urkraft in Theosophie und esoterischem Neonazismus (Munich: Fink, 2013).
- Asbjørn Dyrendal, "Hidden Knowledge, Hidden Powers: Esotericism and Conspiracy Culture" in Egil Asprem and Kennet Granholm, eds., Contemporary Esotericism (Equinox, 2013), pp.200-25. (see the section on "Rudolf Steiner and the materialist 'vaccine conspiracy'", pp. 204-06)
- Egil Asprem, The Problem of Disenchantment: Scientific Naturalism and Esoteric Discourse 1900-1939 (Leiden: Brill, 2014).
- Hans Büchenbacher: Erinnerungen – Reviewed by Peter Staudenmaier, August 2014.
- Karen Priestman, "Illusion of Coexistence: The Waldorf Schools in the Third Reich, 1933–1941," can be downloaded here
- Jan-Erik Ebbestad Hansen, "The Jews - Teachers of the Nazis? Anti-Semitism in Norwegian Anthroposophy", Nordeuropa-Forum, 2015, 161-216.
Anthroposophist elaborations on Conspiracy Theories
- Rudolf Steiner, Secret Brotherhoods and the Mystery of the Human Double (London: Rudolf Steiner Press, 2004).
- Rudolf Steiner, The Karma of Untruthfulness: Secret Societies, the Media, and Preparations for the Great War (London: Rudolf Steiner Press, 2005).
- Rudolf Steiner, What Is Necessary in These Urgent Times (London: Rudolf Steiner Press, 2010).
- Amnon Reuveni, In the Name of the 'New World Order': Manifestations of Decadent Powers in World Politics (Temple Lodge, 1996).
- Terry Boardman, Mapping the Millennium, Behind the Plans of the New World Order (Temple Lodge Publishing, 1998).
- Terry Boardman, "Anthroposophy and the Question of Conspiracy in Modern History", New View, March 2000, 42-45
- Sevak Gulbekian, "Brothers of the Shadows: A Perspective on Conspiracies," New Dawn, September 2004, 7-13.
- Thomas Meyer, Reality, Truth and Evil: Facts, Questions and Perspectives on September 11, 2001 (Temple Lodge, 2005).
Resources and articles
- Skeptic Dictionary Rudolf Steiner, organizational web page, accessed June 17, 2012.