Recap: Linking the Elements


The last chapter highlighted that elemental theory, which was central to pre-Enlightened thought (and continues to be central to many worldviews), is a useful way of considering the world – the belief being that everything is interconnected through the elements.

Modern biodynamics and the organic movement owe much to this ancient philosophy, in particular its attitudes to waste, both human and animal.


Above image developed by Dr Richard Jones, University of Leicester. Reproduced with permission