"The longing for unspoiled nature and the cult of the flowers are above all an unconscious reaction against the ugliness associated with almost all products of industrial society."
Lord Northbourne (1896-1982) studied agriculture at Oxford and devoted their efforts to implement the principles of biodynamic farming on their land in southern England. He was the creator of the term "organic agriculture" and on this subject wrote several works. One caught the attention of Marco Pallis, perennialist known author, musician and traveler in the Himalayas, who contacted him and introduced him to the prospect of perennialism, Lord Northbourne adopted. English translator of authors like Guenon, Schuon and Burckhardt, Lord Northbourne is also the author of numerous articles and several books, which criticizes a reasoned and convincing modern errors and exposes very clearly the principles o...read more