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Theodor Schwenk (1910 – 1986)

Theodor Schwenk was an anthroposophist, an engineer and a pioneering water researcher. He founded the Institute for Flow. Science. His book Sensitive Chaos has been cited by Ralph Abraham, the California mathematician and Chaos theorist, as an influence on his thinking.

Stephen Skinner

Stephen Skinner is an internationally acclaimed author and lecturer. He was responsible for introducing real feng shui to the West, and wrote the first 20th century English book on the subject in 1976. His first profession was that of Geography Lecturer, at what is now the University of Technology in Sydney. He spends his time writing, teaching and researching feng shui and the Western Hermetic tradition.

Stéphane Cardinaux

Architecte de formation, Stéphane Cardinaux cherche à concilier la science physique et la science éthérique à travers l’expérimentation des énergies subtiles. Son activité se répartit entre l’enseignement de la géobiologie et de la bioénergie, la recherche, les bilans bioénergétiques et les analyses de lieux d’habitation. Le site de Stéphane Cardinaux : http://www.geniedulieu.ch/. [...]

Rudolf Steiner (1861 – 1925)

Rudolf Steiner (Murakirály, 1861. február 27. – Dornach, 1925. március 30.), osztrák filozófus, író, dramaturg, tanár, az antropozófia megalkotója, emellett a művészet területén is intenzív tevékenységet fejtett ki, nagy számú festmény, szobor, építészeti munka, terv és vázlat maradt fenn tőle. http://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_Steiner [...]

Robert Lawlor (1939 – )

Robert Lawlor is a mythographer, symbologist and New Age author of several books. After training as a painter and a sculptor, he became a yoga student of Sri Aurobindo and lived for many years in Pondicherry, India, where he was a founding member of Auroville.

R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz (1887-1961)

In 1887, René Adolphe Schwaller was born in Alsace-Lorraine, then a part of Germany; he died in France in 1961. He grew up in a multi-national atmosphere.  Alsace-Lorraine oscillated many times between French and German rule since Schwaller was born.

Paul Schatz (1898-1979)

Paul Schatz was a German-born sculptor, inventor and mathematician who patented the oloid, discovered the inversions of the platonic solids including the "invertible cube" which is often sold as an eponymous puzzle, the Schatz cube. From 1927 to his death he lived in Switzerland. [...]

Olive Mary Witcher

Olive Mary Whicher joined George Adams in London in 1935, and worked with him in research in mathematics and physics. She has published a number of books, including a few in collaboration with Adams. She has taught at Emerson College and traveled widely as a lecturer in Europe and the United States. She died January 2006. [...]

Nick Thomas (1941 – )

Nick Thomas was born in 1941, educated as an electrical engineer, and became an engineering officer in the RAF for 16 years. He met the work of Rudolf Steiner at the age of 18 and has been inspired by it ever since.

Louis Locher-Ernst (1906-1962)

Louis Locher nace en Berna, Suiza el 7 de mayo de 1906. A los 10 anos su familia se traslada a Zurich. En un momento de sus estudios los interrumpe y se decide por estudiar filosofía y epistemología por su cuenta.

Lawrence Edwards (1912 -2003)

Lawrence Edwards studied the work of Rudolf Steiner and as a result he became a Class Teacher as well as an upper school mathematics teacher at the Edinburgh Rudolf Steiner School until he retired.

Keith Critchlow (1933-)

Keith Barry Critchlow ( born March 16, 1933 ) is an artist, lecturer, author, and professor of architecture in England, and a co-founder of the Temenos Academy.

John Michell (1933 – 2009)

John Frederick Carden Michell (9 February 1933 – 24 April 2009) was an English writer whose key sources of inspiration were Plato and Charles Fort.

John Martineau

John’s project at the School was focused on geometry and harmony in the solar system and culminated in his ‘Book of Coincidence’. He published it under a new imprint, Wooden Books, asking fellow student Mark Mills (MA 1996) to design the logo.

Helmut Warm (1956 – )

Helmut Warm, born 1956, is a civil engineer and independent researcher in astronomy, geometry, the history of harmonics, and musical aesthetics. He has taught, lectured, and published widely on these and other subjects and, in particular, on his discoveries relating to the solar system and its inherent order. He lives in Hamburg, Germany. [...]

Gordon Strachan (1934-2010)

Gordon Strachan was a lecturer, church minister, and independent thinker. He was the author of six books, including Jesus the Master Builder (2000); Chartres: Sacred Geometry, Sacred Space (2003); The Return of Merlin; and Prophets of Nature (2006). [...]

George Adams (1894 – 1963)

George Adams von Kaufmann was born in 1894 and lived until 1963. He read chemistry at Cambridge and came into contact with Steiner's work while a student.

Frank Chester

Frank is an artist, sculptor and geometrician who lives in San Francisco. He has taught art for more than thirty years in high schools and colleges. Since encountering the work of Rudolf Steiner, Frank has been exploring the relation between form and spirit.

Drunvalo Melchizedek

Drunvalo is the author of four books including The Ancient Secrets of the Flower of Life, Volumes I and II, Living in the Heart and his newest one, Serpent of Light. These books have been published in 29 languages and reach out to over one hundred countries throughout the world.

Charles L. Gilchrist

Charles Leslie Gilchrist was born in Wichita Kansas on June 17, 1940 at 12:04 PM. He showed marked artistic talents at a very early age, drawing and painting constantly. His artistic career really began at the age of four, as he was already convinced of his life's path.