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February 2018

27 (Tu)      Renaissance 2.0 and Steiner’s Surprising View of the Future. Massive change is underway in the fields of science, art, and religion. Michaelites are here! So much is near at hand. At first, Ray Kurzweil (The Singularity is Near) and Rudolf Steiner would seem to be polar opposites. Andrew Linnell, former CTO of OmegaBand and a 42-year veteran of the computer industry will explore how similar yet different these two views of the future are. We’ll cover the dramatic changes foretold by Spiritual Science for the Post-Atlantean ages. Rudolf Steiner spoke similarly to modern concerns on job loss, social chaos, and merger with machines, e.g. the “welding together of Mankind with machines will be a great and important problem for the rest of the earth-evolution.” The Wrong and Right Use of Esoteric Knowledge, Lecture 3, 25Nov1917. 7:30 PM to 9 PM, The Old Meeting House, 1620 Center Road, Montpelier, VT.

Anthroposophical Society in NYC, December 16, 2017

Slides:  Vulcan Beings and the Future of the Human Body

Anthroposophical Society in Greater Boston, October 2017

Slides: Rudolf Steiner’s Surprising View of the Future    Video

Slides: Workshop: Exploring the Future Mysteries of Technology   Video

Annual General Meeting of the Anthroposophical Society (Phoenix) 2017

Realizing Mechanical Occultism in America

For the Rest of Earthly Evolution

The Role of Technology in Human Evolution

Portland Oregon Lecture June 2017

Seattle June 2017 Foundations for a Moral Technology

Parts 1 and 2 Seattle 2016

Parts 3 and 4 Seattle 2016


Eugenics Lecture 2015

Quantum Physics (under construction)

Light and Color


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