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Mother Earth

Last week I spent a few days in the Archives at the American Museum of Natural History, ferreting out photographs...

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Henry David Thoreau and the Christ Rhythm

Admired in the United States and around the world for his resolute individualism, his insight into and celebration of nature,...

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Contemplating America’s Camelot at Fifty: The JFK Years and the Christ Rhythm

“Everything in history rises up from the grave in a changed form after 33 years.” – Rudolf Steiner, “Et Incarnatus...

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The Rhythms of Spiritual Scientific Research at Threefold Farm

The title page of The Book of Lambspring (1599) – an alchemical text by Nicolas Barnaud, a member of Rudolf...

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Vermont’s Original Forest Language

For thousands of years before English and French were the predominant languages spoken in northern New England, the region’s woods...

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“Manna-hatta”?

I learned many years ago from my friend Gordon Day that Native American toponymy (the study of place names) is...

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The Mathematical Tetrodon

What is more dangerous than pufferfish poison? How about the “Nestor of American science,” Dr. Samuel Latham Mitchill (1764 –...

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Cosmos’s Wayward Ship of the Imagination

Last night I watched Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Captain of FOX TV’s Cosmos “Ship of the Imagination,” pilot that electric-razor-like craft...

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