BD Now! Special Episode Glen Atkinson – A Biodynamic Perspective on the Eclipse

Welcome to a special episode of the Biodynamics Now! Investigative Farming and Restorative Nutrition Podcast.

Today we are going to discuss the August 21 Full Eclipse of the Sun from a Steiner perspective with New Zealand Astrologer, Gardener, Herbalist, Homeopath and Philosopher – Glen Atkinson, has developed the agricultural and medical work of Rudolf Steiner into a rational and secular approach of being with nature while staying true to Dr Steiner’s energetic indications.

Contrary to the tact taken by many in the astrology community, Glen thinks there may be positive aspects to this eclipse! 

Glen began working with Steiner’s indications in 1976 and has made developments in several fields. His innovation and understanding of Steiner have come from recognising the fundamental similiarity between the traditional Astrological world view and Steiner’s suggestions. Then, from experimentation and observation, a simple yet innovative theory of manifestation – The Atkinson Conjecture – has become the basis for many practical activities.

Glen is founder of on-line The Biodynamic College The ONLY college on the planet, where the whole of Dr Steiner’s ‘Agriculture Course’ can be fully understood.

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Glen’s website 

Glen mentions that Donald Trump’s father was in the KKK. For some reason, I had never heard this before. Here’s a link to Vice News’ investigation of the allegations. (Spoiler, they do think that father Trump was picked up in a NYC KKK ralley in the 20’s) Here’s a link to the Vice information

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