Whether you're a wine lover or lover, you can't miss biodynamics.
At wine merchants, at the bar or in the restaurant, wines from biodynamic agriculture now appear prominently on the menus.
Perceived as being more organic than organic, more respectful of the environment and health, these wines are on the rise, despite their often slightly higher price.
But how many know that behind this amalgamation with organic farming are hidden esoteric rituals such as the burying of cattle horns filled with dung, the skulls of domestic animals or even the belief in the existence of occult forces and "
" invisible supernatural?
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Rudolf Steiner, a funny "philosopher"
Biodynamic agriculture comes straight from the (overflowing) imagination of one man: Rudolf Steiner.
This philosopher and writer, born in 1861 in a village once located in the Austro-Hungarian Empire (now in Croatia), is known to have founded anthroposophy, a
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