Rudolf Steiner Western Initiate: Practical Accomplishments & How He Did It! A Presentation by Stephen E. Usher, Ph.D. Tuesday, November 17, 2015, 6:30–9 p.m. Unity Center Austin (map) Please RSVP at Meetup.com to reserve a seat and view Upcoming Events! Open to the public. $5-10 non-member donation appreciated. Become a member today at http://inacs.org/membership! Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) was arguably the greatest creative genius of the 20th Century. He created the Waldorf School movement, which is one of the largest private school movements in the world with over 1000 schools worldwide; he created Biodynamic Agriculture, which was the first alternative agricultural movement with 1000s of acres under cultivation and Demeter certified foods particularly in Europe; he created anthroposophically extended western medicine with hospitals, pharmaceuticals, and 1000s of MD’s practicing around the world; he created a unique school of architecture best known for the Goetheanum, a concrete building in Switzerland; he created the movement art of Eurythmy; and he attempted to restructure Central Europe after World War I with his Threefold Social Order.