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The Role of the West for the Future of the Human Body

October 7, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Amherst, MA. Hartsbrook Waldorf School.

7 (Sun) Lecture: 3 – 5 pm The Role of the West for the Future Human Body

For the Rest of Earthly Evolution

The Role of the West for the Human Body’s Future

Futurologists such as Ray Kurzweil predict a time is coming when humans will merge with robotics.  Rudolf Steiner’s similar statement is the “welding together of Mankind with machines will be a great and important problem for the rest of the earth-evolution.”  Rudolf Steiner, The Wrong and Right Use of Esoteric Knowledge, Lecture 3, Nov. 25, 1917

“Supermen of Vulcan, Supermen of Venus, of Mercury, of the Sun, will unite with earth-existence. But if human beings persist in nothing but opposition to them, earth-existence will pass over into chaos in the course of the next few 1000 years.”  Rudolf Steiner, May 13, 1921, GA 204.

Sunday, October 7, 2018 3 – 5 pm

The Hartsbrook School, Great Room, 193 Bay Road, Hadley, MA.

Suggested Donation: $10-$15

Guest Speaker:

Andrew Linnell is a 40-year veteran of the computer industry. His three offspring attended Pine Hill Waldorf School, Wilton, NH. He has been an active member of the Anthroposophical Society and currently serves as steward of the Boston Branch. He is a member of the Natural Science Section of the School for Spiritual Science. His lectures have covered various topics from Quantum Physics to dangers from Nanotechnology to Christian Mysticism and have been delivered to audiences across the USA and abroad.  Andrew has an MSE degree from the Univ. of Michigan and is founder of MysTech which is devoted to the moral cultivation of mechanical occultism.

Sponsored by The Pioneer Valley Branch

Details

Date:
October 7, 2018
Time:
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Organizer

Andrew Linnell
Email:
jandrewlinnell@yahoo.com

Venue

Hartsbrook Waldorf School,
193 Bay Road
Hadley, MA 01035
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Phone:
(413) 586-1908
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