Chasing Away Evil, A Halloween Tradition

Oct 28, 2023 2:00PM—4:00PM


ONLINE: Central Time (USA, Canada)

Cost $15 (suggested contribution)

Event Contact Andrei Onegin | Email

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With Easter, we celebrated death followed by resurrection. With Michaelmas, we celebrated resurrection followed by death. Michaelmas with Easter lead us to fulfill the mystery of birth and death. But in our times, the next mystery arises, namely the mystery of evil. Halloween has been associated as a festival to cleanse one’s community of its evil spirits. Andrew will explore how, in the course of evolution, our dealings with evil will change. Why is there evil? How do we deal with it in our times? In the future? Bring your treats.

Andrew Linnell is co-founder of MysTech, an Anthroposophical organization seeking to realize Rudolf Steiner’ s indications on Mechanical Occultism. He served as president of the Boston branch of the Anthroposophical Society and as admin to several Anthroposophical Facebook groups. He is a member of the Natural Science Section. In 2013, he retired from a 42-year career in the computer industry where he had served as CTO or VP for small companies. He is author of nine books, two for children. Andrew will join us from Boston.

The event is organized by program committee of Chicago Rudolf Steiner Branch.
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The lecture is free.
$15 suggested donations: Please type “A. Linnell” on the first line of your payment application.
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