Scientific Research, Spiritual Research

Lecture by Dennis Klocek
March 2010, Benziger Family Winery in Glen Ellen, CA
Related to Alchemy and Natural Sciences, Biodynamics, Mineral and Plant Alchemy
Type: Audio, Podcast | Posted Mar 8, 2010
$24.00 - 3 Lectures - 4h 14m

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  • Lecture 1
    hypothesis, experimental method of science, phenomenological research principles
  • Lecture 2
    working with rhythms, Lawrence Edwards planetary plant research, lunar declination rhythms, atmospheric tides, eclipse influences on climate, harmony of the spheres, drought study 2007
  • Lecture 3
    proof in science, form and rhythm, Charles Darwin and feral cats, initial input principle, iteration and repetition, form as rhythm, plant antennas, form as rhythm yields substance, morphological analogs, collecting data, visualization process

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Dennis Klocek, MFA, is co-founder of the Coros Institute, an internationally renowned lecturer, and teacher. He is the author of nine books, including the newly released Colors of the Soul; Esoteric Physiology and also Sacred Agriculture: The Alchemy of Biodynamics. He regularly shares his alchemical, spiritual, and scientific insights at

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