Astrosophy and Holy Nights

Dec 02, 2022 7:00PM—Dec 03, 2022 1:00PM


Hazelwood Hall, The Waldorf School of Atlanta, 827 Kirk Road, Decatur, GA

Cost Free

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Friday, December 2, 2022, at 7 pm
What is it? Why did Rudolf Steiner teach that knowledge of the starry world is important now, for humanity?

Saturday, December 3, 2022, 10 am – 1 pm and potluck lunch (RSVPs appreciated)
What are the Holy Nights and how can awareness of the Holy Nights be beneficial for our modern lives? In this artistic workshop, we will each create a personal journal to use to converse with the spirit world during the Holy Nights…

Mary Stewart Adams is a star lore historian, storyteller, and author who has been immersed in the history of star knowledge for over 30 years. Mary is a member of the School of the Spritual Science, and a resesearcher in astrosophy. She has cultivated a unique humanities-based approach to understanding our relationship with the stars in contemporary culture, which has inspired her work in establishing one of the world’s first International Dark Sky Parks, in her weekly public radio segment (now in its 12th year), and in her extensive work as a public speaker.

“The more abundantly the harmony of the cosmos fills the soul,
the more peace and harmony there will be on the Earth.”
~ Rudolf Steiner

This is a free community event co-sponsored by the Waldorf School of Atlanta, Anthroposophy Atlanta, and the Garden School of Marietta.