Talks And Events

I am currently ‘On Tour’ talking about Steiner Schools and government policy. Hope to see you at one of these events.


Educational Impostors: The Rise of Pseudoscience in UK Free Schools

Michael Gove has stated that Free Schools will not be allowed to teach pseudoscience. But can we trust some of the cult-like organisations running these schools to teach good science is and to refrain from letting their own alternative reality influence classrooms? Maharishi and Steiner schools both have occult and pseudoscientific beliefs at their core and so we should ask “What are they teaching children?

Part of the Centre for Inquiry UK and Conway Hall day of Science and Pseudo-Science

November 30th, 2013 10:30 AM   through   3:30 PM
Tickets £10


Conway Hall
25 Red Lion Square
London, WC1R 4RL
United Kingdom

What Every Parent Needs to know about Steiner Schools

Anthroposophy and Spiritual Science

With Michael Gove and the coalition approving new Steiner Schools to open under the Free School Programme, it is timely to look closely at the origins and beliefs of Rudolf Steiner, the founder of the occult movement of Anthroposophy. Steiner was a mystic who believed he had direct clairvoyant access to cosmic knowledge. As such he developed an esoteric belief system based on karma, reincarnation, astrology, homeopathy and gnomes. His visions gave insights into architecture, art, dance, agriculture, medicine, education, science and diet. His racial hierarchy of spiritual developmental resonated in Germany in the early 20th Century turning a personal belief into a worldwide movement. Today we find hundreds of anthroposphically inspired organisations in the UK alone: everything from Steiner Schools, Biodynamic farms to banks, pharmaceutical and cosmetic companies, charities and cheese makers.

Andy Lewis has been trying to lift the veil on the inner secrets of the movement and will discuss how this secretive movement has direct impact on public life.

21 Nov Guildford 
17 Jan Liverpool
31 January Winchester
12 February Manchester
19 February Leicester
21 February Edinburgh
26 February Cheltenham
27 February Lewes
13 March Birmingham
18 March Oxford
19 March Bristol
24 March London
11 April Portsmouth
15 April Cardiff
18 April Reading
22 April Sheffield
30 April Cambridge
14 May Bath
22 May 
16 July Plymouth
18 July Liverpool
8 September Coventry

7 February Swindon

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