Encounters with Anthroposophy: Biographical Sharings

Mar 21, 2024 5:30PM


Rudolf Steiner Library, 351 Fairview Ave, Hudson, NY

Cost Donations welcome!

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On Thursday, March 21st at 5:30 pm, Hugh Williams will share his biography with you as part of the Rudolf Steiner Library’s ongoing lecture series in which longtime anthroposophists share how anthroposophy has influenced their lives.

Hugh Williams, possibly due to a karmic mix up, was born in Sydney, Australia, in 1946. His mother claimed to have taken him to his first anthroposophical meeting as a toddler, but he denies all recollection, and resisted her subsequent attempts at conversion. He asserts that he discovered Steiner’s agriculture lectures after being “called” to a career in farming by unknown forces while bumming around the world as a hippie. Whatever the truth of these rumors, he certainly seems to have been trapped in an agricultural “time warp” for more than 50 years, much of it right here in the Hudson Valley.

Free and open to the public! Donations welcome.

Lecture held at the Rudolf Steiner Library, 351 Fairview Ave, Hudson, NY.

For more information, please contact Zoï Doehrer at director@rudolfsteinerlibrary.org