ONLINE PRESENTATION BY FLORIAN SYDOW
The rapid development and expansion of the internet and world wide web to encompass the entire earth and more recently the proliferation of new forms of artificial intelligence can be seen as contributing towards the emergence of a global-brain. The so-called singularity event can be seen as a technologically driven threshold event. Viewed from an anthroposophical perspective, the great battle between Michael and his hosts and Ahriman that Rudolf Steiner often spoke about can come into view. We shall look at these developments in relation to the most significant event of our time: the Second Coming of Christ in the Etheric Realm.
Florian Sydow is a founding member of Kahumana Farm and Community located on Oahu, Hawaii. Over 30 years of experience in the design and building industry, including organic architecture. He is a long-time student of Goethean science and anthroposophy with a special emphasis on the implications of technological development from an esoteric perspective. He offers presentations and workshops on various spiritual scientific themes. He serves as Vice Chairman of the Anthroposophical Society in Hawaii. He is married to a Waldorf teacher and is a father of three Waldorf graduates.
Up-Coming Café Guests
Please watch for special Saturday Cafés
as we periodically will hear from Café Guests outside of North America!
September 15: Tom Altgelt
September 22: Patricia Kaminsky
September 29: Andrew Linnell
October 7: Eric Klein (Special Saturday Café @ 11 a.m. U.S. MT)
October 13: Daciana Iancu
October 20: Lesley Waite
November 4: Oldřich Hozman (Special Saturday Café @ 11 a.m. U.S. MT)
November 17: Kimberley Lewis
November 24: Patrick Kennedy