Workshop: Deeds of Rudolf Steiner Written in the Stars – Oct 11 & 12

Rising Up With the Wandering Stars – a workshop with Mary Stuart Adams.

This is a pre-conference to the Anthroposophical Society Conference happening here in Phoenix. It is open to the public, but some basic knowledge or interest in Rudolf Steiner’s work known as Anthroposophy would be beneficial.

What did Rudolf Steiner mean when he said that a knowledge of starry worlds strengthens the “future body”? And how do contemporary concepts about our planetary system inform our ability to create healthy communities?

With these questions to guide us, we will spend time with Mary Stewart Adams in Rising Up With the Wandering Stars, developing an unfolding awareness of our respective roles in the on-going celestial narrative, and why it matters so much now.

Wednesday, October 11 at 7:00pm  

  • Community Presentation – Open to the public by donation
  • Light refreshments provided

Thursday, October 12, 9:00am-3:00pm

  • Lunch and snacks included
  • Artistic Activity, Group Discussion & Presentation
  • Fee: $95 

Find out more and register for Mary’s pre-conference here!

If you have questions, contact Charlie Burkam cburkam@desertmarigold.org


Mary Stewart Adams is a star lore historian, storyteller and author who has been immersed in the history of star knowledge for nearly 30 years. Mary is a member of the School for Spiritual Science, and a researcher in astrosophy.

Her work with the New Images of the Zodiac from the original Calendar of the Soul began in the 1990s. Mary led the initiative that resulted in International Dark Sky Park designation for the Headlands property in Emmet County, MI, which later resulted in the State of Michigan passing legislation to protect the night sky over an additional 23,000 acres of state park and forest land.

Mary writes and speaks extensively to local, national and international audiences on our relationship to the night sky and its cultural consequences, and has received numerous honors for her work. In addition, she is a member of the International Dark Sky Places Committee of the International Dark Sky Association, protecting and designating dark sky sites around the world.

Mary’s weekly radio program “The Storyteller’s Guide to the Night Sky” airs during Morning Edition on Interlochen Public Radio every Friday.

Mary makes her home under the starry skies of Harbor Springs, Michigan.