- When: Wednesday, 13 June 2018
Times: 8.00pm - 10.00pm
Event Tickets: General Admission £8 (Concessions £6)
Where: Ruskin Hall, Emerson College, Forest Row, RH18 5JX
Event Booking: Click here to book your place
Ralf Roessner returns to Emerson to share the fruits of his latest spiritual research into Water.
Spend an evening with Ralf Roessner as he explores the theme of Water in all religions, in folk tales and legends and as the Fountainhead of Nature.
A German publication of his findings is in preparation but this will be the first opportunity for English-speaking audiences to hear of his discoveries.
About the speaker:
Ralf Roessner has been working in the field of water research for over 20 years. His company IMTON GmbH produces the biodynamically farmed “light root” (Dioscorea batatas), a mountain herb that is used for many health problems. He is also a passionate bee keeper, and a Waldorf (Rudolf Steiner) teacher. He specializes in natural medicine, nutrition, healing water technologies, and education in the “subtle energy fields”. His presentation at the water conference is “Water and the cosmic origin of life”.
Ralf Roessner first came to Emerson College in April 2015, when he gave a talk to a large and enthusiastic audience about the Chinese yam, or light root, a vegetable that contains large quantities of the light ether. It is this vegetable that Rudolf Steiner said should eventually replace the potato as a mass staple food crop. During this visit, Ralf planted samples of the crop and then came back in October 2015 to help harvest the first crop. Since then, Ralf has also spoken at Emerson about his research into bees. Ralf’s book, The Light Root is available online and from book shops (£8.99 from Temple Lodge Publishing, ISBN 978 1 906999 63 6).