Like the wild vine, there are a multitude of plants in danger. Pollution, cutting down forests, excessive use of chemical treatments but also the ageing of our planet, the deterioration of seed quality and of many cultivated plants accentuate the impoverishment of our natural resources.
In 1922, the Austria Rudolf Steiner (who studied at one of the best universities in Vienna, the Ecole Polytechnique) emphasized the relationship between the plant and its environment; the Earth of course but also the moon and the cosmos. He underlined the importance of bringing new energy to regenerate overworked soil. He developed the concept of solar and lunar cycles and demonstrated their influence on the life of every living being …
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