These organizations are affiliated with The e.Lib by having their Web presence hosted here at The e.Lib. Many of them have been with us for several years, and as far back as 1992! Try a visit and see what they are offering. Please note: the image at right is a depiction of the Theory of Color as given by Johannes Wolfgang von Goethe. Thank you John Penner.
- Southern Cross Review - an e.Zine started in 1999 and edited by Frank Thomas Smith. Under the Southern Cross constellation in the Cordoba Province of Argentina, this periodical features articles, verses, reviews, serializations, and much more, by authors like Gore Vidal, Saul Bellow, and, of course, Frank Thomas Smith. An informative read!
- Waldorf Answers - Waldorf teachers informing the public about the basis, philosophy and practices of Waldorf education. A straightforward presentation of the facts about Waldorf Education.
- Americans for Waldorf - AWE is a group of current and past Waldorf parents and teachers who support Waldorf Education by providing articles, experiences, research, and answers to questions.
- Uncle Taz - Anarchosophy as a synthesis of anarchism and anthroposophy, Marijuana legislation, poetry, galleries, libraries, Esoteric Christianity, Anthroposophy and Star Trek. Uncle Taz - aka, Tarjei Straume - has passed on, but his legacy lives here!
- Spirit Working - The Spirit Working through Anthroposophy: Waldorf Education, Rudolf Steiner, Biodynamic agriculture, Eurythmy, Anthroposophical Medicine, Camphill, and plenty more. Check it out...
- Now I See ... - Book Reviews from Anthroposophists: an opportunity for Anthroposophists to present reviews of non-anthroposophical books in such categories as non-fiction, scholastic or academic, history, science, biography, autobiography, and the paranormal.
- The Wizard's Lair - The e.Lib's Alternative WWW server — esoteric happenings. This site has been on the Internet since 1993, though under a different Domain Name in the beginning.
- Creative Instrumentation - a site dedicated to the many Saxophone enthusiasts all around the world. It was created by Kevin Stewart in 1980, and has been on-line since 1992! A one-time outlet for Buffet Crampon, CIE instruments ... alas, not anymore.
- KJS Pro - is a site featuring the video and photographic talents of Kevin James Stewart, the professional and infamous Saxophone wizard (it's the tone, baby, it's the tone), photographer/videographer, teacher, and Symphonic Orchestra savant. Several presentations by the Marin School District Middle School classes are also here.