America 2022: Romanism, Christ/Michael/Sophia and the Incarnation of the Anti Christ
Rudolf Steiner’s predictions about the incarnation of Ahriman at the beginning of the 21 century are coming towards us at a remarkable pace. Endless wars, hunger, migration of displaced peoples, climate crisis, tendentious media narratives, artificial intelligence and transhumanism may be some of the trials to compensate for what has gone awry all too long. Is the corona crisis the great final trumpet call to the sleeping humanity?
In this book Nancy Poer takes us on a remarkable “journey of truth” spanning the ghosts of the Roman empire, still lurking in the collective subconscious of this nation, to Soloviev’s prophetic insights on the incarnation of Antichrist for which we have seemingly prepared such a welcoming place. However, as we find ourselves deadlocked by the Luciferic past while speeding headlong towards an Ahrimanic future, we partake in the battle for the very kernel of our souls. This is battle for the consciousness soul which summons us to face the evil and transform it into “invincible good” through Anthroposophy.
For those who have heard the call and wish to rise to the challenge, this timely book will be an invaluable source of inspiration and a practical guide on how to make a positive contribution.
About the Author
Nancy Jewel Poer is known across the United States, for her lively lectures on Waldorf education, parenting, child development, the spiritual feminine, the mission of the spiritual America, and threshold work. She is considered a grandmother of the national home death movement and has helped in the founding of threshold groups across the United States. She has written a book considered a classic in the home death movement, “Living Into Dying, Spiritual and Practical Deathcare for Family and Community”, which has empowered people throughout the country to care for their loved ones at death.
Nancy has served as consumer advocate on the CARE committee for creating end of life policy for the state of California. She is the producer of an award winning, full length documentary on conscious dying, “The Most Excellent Dying of Theodore Jack Heckelman” and she appears in the PBS documentary “A Family Undertaking”. An artist as well as a writer, she has published “A Child’s First Book”, “Mia’s Apple Tree”, and in 2011 “The Tear, A Children’s Story of Hope and Transformation When a Loved One Dies” as well as art prints and cards for children and adults. She is also the co-founder of Rudolf Steiner College, and taught there for forty years. Her courses have included the Spiritual Mission of America. She was co-editor of special America edition for Lillipoh magazine and lectured in the national conference on The Inner America, 2009. She has taught children at all grade levels, K-12, and began three Waldorf kindergartens, the last as the founding teacher for the Cedar Springs Waldorf School in Placerville, California where she presently lives.
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