Evolution and Form: FRANK CHESTER

Frank Chester is an artist, sculptor, and geometrician, who lives in San Francisco. He 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. In 2000, Frank discovered a new geometric form never seen before. Putting this form through the alchemical transformative process of Earth, Water, Air, and Fire, many previously unknown geometric structures have emerged. This geometric form demonstrates a remarkable correlation to the form and functioning of the human heart. On the basis of experimentation with various related geometric forms and the movement of water in a vortex, Frank is uncovering indications concerning the relationship between etheric formative forces and the geometry, structure, and physiology of the human heart.

Biodynamics as a Science of Initiation The Evolution of Form

The Task of Biodynamics in the Evolution of the Earth — Enzo Nastati

The stated primary aim of [Rudolf Steiner’s lectures on Agriculture] was to address three
problems that had often been brought to [his] attention: the degeneration of plants;
the diminishing nutritional value of food; the lowering fertility of farm animals
. . . there were already early signs of a situation that was destined to worsen dramatically
to the point that, in our opinion, it is now no longer remediable with the methods
of organic farming alone.
— Enzo Nastati

Enzo Nastati is the principal director of The Eureka Institute, Codroipo, Udine, Italy. He has been a biodynamic farmer for over forty years and understands that the biodynamic agricultural method was always intended to be developed and fortified to meet changing demands over time. Mr. Nastati’s work has been recognized around the world where he lectures, consults, and conducts continuing research. Thirty-two years ago, spurred by his observations of extreme decrease in plant vitality immediately following the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in April 1986, he began researching and developing preparations and application techniques to further meet the demands of our time. His work addresses the difficulties presented by electromagnetic fields, radioactive pollution, industrial pollution, water quality deterioration, GMOs, and other harmful effects of modern technology.