Thomas Meyer: Karma, Reincarnation, Biography, and Rudolf Steiner’s Core Mission

The Portland Branch of the Anthroposophical Society is sponsoring a special series of lectures by Thomas Meyer as part of our celebration of the 150th anniversary of Rudolf Steiner’s birth. Join us at the following events:

Karma, Reincarnation, Biography, and Rudolf Steiner’s Core Mission

Friday and Saturday September 23-24
7:30-9:00 pm

Bothmer Hall, 5919 SE Division St., Portland, OR


$30 for both lectures when registered in advance: purchase online here
$20 for individual lectures, and for each lecture at the door
Send checks made out to The Portland Branch, to Ruth Klein, 3609 SE Center, Portland 97202

Current Events in the Light of Anthroposophy

Sunday September 25
3:00 pm

Bothmer Hall, 5919 SE Division St., Portland, OR


This event is free and open to the public.

Thomas Meyer

On Friday and Saturday Participants can expect to receive insight into Rudolf Steiner’s work on karma.  Thomas Meyer will bring alive Rudolf Steiner’s core mission – reincarnation and karma – and the biography of Laurence Oliphant. Thomas will also speak about Friedrich Eckstein, a significant friend in Steiner’s youth, who was also born in February, 1861.  Thomas’s book on this subject is titled, Rudolf Steiner’s Core Mission – The birth and development of spiritual scientific karma research.

On Sunday Thomas will pick some key events out of the turbulent occurrences of recent times.  He will look at the spiritual side of the money crisis and the impacts that lying about events has on our consciousness.  Finally, he will outline the positive possibilities that Anthroposophy offers to co-shape the course of events.

Thomas Meyer (b. 1950) is a resident of Basel Switzerland, where he is fully engaged in Anthroposophical work as a freelance writer, publisher (see, lecturer and teacher of Rudolf Steiner’s legacy of Spiritual Science. Thomas publishes a monthly magazine Der Europaer which includes historical and current events seen from the light of an Anthroposophical world view.  Thomas has written such monumental books as D.N. Dunop, A Man Of Our Times, and the truly amazing book Light For The New Millenium.  These two books alone rank him as an outstanding historian on the work of Rudolf Steiner.  They are also highly educational for coming to an understanding of Rudolf Steiner as the greatest occultist of the twentieth century.

More books by Thomas:

  • Clairvoyance and Consciousness, on the difference between ancient clairvoyance and what is attainable today
  • The Bodhisattva Question, on Krishnamurti, Tomberg, the masters
  • Reality, Truth and Evil, a collection of facts about the days in and around the destruction of the Twin Trade Towers in New York City on September 11th 2001
  • The Death of Merlin, a collection of writings by Walter Johannes Stein, one of the most creative spirits in Rudolf Steiner’s closest entourage.
For more information, contact Valerie Hope,

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