Faust Branch (Sacramento) Winter Meetings

Jan 20, 2021 7:30PM—Mar 10, 2021 9:00PM

Location

ONLINE via Zoom - Pacific Time US

Cost No charge, donations

Event Contact Sandra Stoner | Email

Categories

All meetings start at 7:30 Pacific Time with informal conversation at 7:15

January 20: David Gershan and Cynthia Hoven
Geographic Medicine: Rudolf Steiner’s indications about the significance of the geography of the Americas
Jan. 27: The Spiritual Geography of America
Feb. 3: A Native American Voice
Feb. 10: Founding Impulses
Feb. 24: Esoteric Background of Religions in America
March 3: Nineteenth to the Twenty-first Century: Impulses of a New Age
March 10: What are the Tasks of America Today: Kindred Souls

Exploring the Spiritual – Historical Background of America
Some members of our local community have been studying the Templar impulses and Carl Stegmann’s work in his book “The Other America”. These meetings will be carried by the following people: Betty Staley, Ann Matthews, Brian Gray, Alice Stamm, Sanford Miller, Paula Sullivan, and Rita Roxas.

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In the light of the tumultuous events of our time, many of us have been looking for deeper insights into our current events and the needs of our time. It seems to be an appropriate time to turn our thoughts to the work of the late Carl Stegmann, who lived and worked in this community in the 1970’s and 80’s. Mr. Stegmann, a native of Germany, was one of the founding members of the “Movement for Religious Renewal”, also known as the Christian Community. Inspired by indications of Rudolf Steiner. Carl was inspired by the works of Rudolf Steiner that this part of the world would have a significant role to play in the decisive challenges at the turn of the century. At an advanced age he moved to California and was significant in the founding of “The Sacramento Center for Anthroposophical Studies,” which later became Rudolf Steiner College. In his book The Other America, Carl Stegmann gathered insights from many of Rudolf Steiner’s indications about events that would take place in the coming decades. Inspired and guided by his work, the Faust Branch is planning to dedicate our work this winter to studying the spiritual foundations of America from the perspective of Anthroposophy. You are encouraged to read The Other America by Carl Stegmann.