- When: Thursday, 11 October 2018
Date: Monday 11th October
Where: Foundation Room, Emerson College
Tickets: £8 (Concessions £6)
*Tickets will also be available on the door
An illustrated talk with researcher Hartmut Warm.
In this illustrated talk, Hartmut Warm will introduce further aspects of his research into the geometrical and harmonic order of the solar system.
Modern astronomical procedures have enabled Hartmut to discover astounding geometrical structures in the spatial order of the orbits and wonderfully aesthetic figures in the movement relations of the planets. In both fields a geometric order according to the number 12 plays a decisive role. The results of his work are represented with the aid of computer projections that provide a remarkable experience not only for astrologers and astronomers but for anyone interested. Ancient ideas of a all-embracing ‘harmony of the spheres’ thus reappear in a new light.
The talk is a continuation of the lecture Hartmut gave here in 2017, but it can be also understood for itself.
About Hartmut Warm
Hartmut Warm is an independent researcher in planetary astronomy and harmony of the spheres. He lectures in several European countries on his discoveries relating to the solar system and its inherent order. At Emerson College he has given workshops and talks regularly since 2012. His book Signature of the Celestial Spheres was translated from German and published by Rudolf Steiner Press in 2010. He lives in Hamburg, Germany.
Image courtesy of Keplerstern. Linklines Jupiter-Neptune (imaginary connecting lines) at Jupiter/Saturn conjunctions, period 14,893.9 years. Copyright Keplerstern Verlag, Hamburg, www.keplerstern.com