The Agriculture Course by Rudolf Steiner

“When you become interested in biodynamic agriculture, you do not get very far into it before you are confronted with Rudolf Steiner. The sheer productivity of Steiner’s life is somewhat daunting: over 6,000 lectures, dozens of books, and innovative approaches to education, the arts, medicine, working with people with special needs. An extensive secondary literature exists, and important work has been done, in each of these fields. And if this were not enough, Steiner provided a methodology for spiritual development.” ~Hilmar Moore

By Catherine Austin Fitts

The Agriculture Course by Rudolf Steiner (Text Here) was a series of eight lectures given by Steiner in 1924 in response to a request by a group of farmers concerned about the future of agriculture. These lectures became the foundation for biodynamic farming.

Ann Watson has generously donated her readings of The Agriculture Course for Solari Report readers.  To learn more about reading with Ann and her Rudolf Steiner tele-study courses you can contact her at 250 653 4184 or by e-mail at anncaspian(at)gmail.com

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Lecture 6

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