ONLINE SESSIONS, PART OF EURYTHMY SPRING VALLEY CURRICULUM
Rudolf Steiner as a Natural Scientist and Spiritual Scientist was a supporter of the newly emerging concept of evolution in his day. Steiner asserted that there ought to be no disagreement between Natural Science and Spiritual Science if they are both genuine. Natural Science is an outer picture and Spiritual Science is an inner one. It is not readily evident regarding evolution that these two Sciences do agree. Natural Science to this day would assert that the Spiritual Scientific description is but nonsense and fantasy.
This Evolution Course will compare, contrast, and translate the many concepts regarding evolution. The goal of the course is to demonstrate coherence and plausibility between the two Sciences’ evolutionary descriptions worthy of further research. The geologic record and the akasha record as researched by Steiner will be called upon. The focus will be upon the human being in greater context, but more specifically on Steiner’s esoteric concepts of the evolutionary phases of the “Lemurian,” the “Atlantean,” and the “Post-Atlantean.” Also, some reflections on eurythmy’s important future contributions to evolution will be touched upon.
Michael Judge was born in Washington, DC, and currently resides in Maryland. From a young age, Michael has been keenly interested in history, prehistory, and evolution. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland where he studied history, archeology, anthropology, and geology. He has earned certification in education, Waldorf education, and spacial dynamics.
Michael has been a student of anthroposophy and Spiritual Science for over forty years. He well enjoys resolving the seeming discrepancy between the Natural Scientific picture of evolution and the Spiritual Scientific picture. Michael has presented many lectures and workshops over the past ten years around the U.S. addressing the question of evolution.
Monday, February 28, 2022, through Thursday, March 3, 2022
Two 70-minute Zoom sessions each day: 11:15 am–12:25 pm and 1:45 pm–2:55 pm
Online Course Fee: $120 Pre-registration required!
This course is open to all. Number of participants is limited! Please register by Wednesday, February 23.
For more information on the course, please feel free to call or email us with any questions at (845) 352-5020, ext. 113, or firstname.lastname@example.org.