mission statement (second edition)

In these last 10 years, Anthroposophy has almost stagnated, with old and ineffective forms of “marketing” being used by seemingly everyone involved. This has also lead to many people not having the correct spaces to discuss Anthroposophy and the work of Rudolf Steiner, alongside wild and unsubstantiated claims spreading like wildfire, claims of racism and pseudoscience, to name a few.

The Rosefolk is a project in pursuit of these five goals;


  1. Present Anthroposophy to those interested, specifically the youth and those interested in spiritual ideas but simply have never came across it before. It will be presented in an unbiased way, not leaning to either side so the individuals can choose, in freedom, what they would like to do.
  1. Dispel myths and nonsense regarding the work of Rudolf Steiner online using the facts of the situation, context, and, for lack of a better word, proof.
  1. Assist the General Anthroposophical Society, National Societies and local Anthroposophical groups, along with other ethical, spiritual and Anthroposophical organisations to do what they need to do.
  1. Signpost interested people in the right direction
  1. Present Anthroposophy in a new, simplified yet still true way to cater to the literal, mental-physical changes inattention span that many people have gone through in the last 10-30 years.


We think that through the spiritual-scientific method and the emphasis on freedom is truly what humanity needs right now, and is a very good starting point for personal and world development. Through previous expertise with running groups, and the new platforms available via the internet, we hope to foster a new current that can hopefully improve the world somewhat.

Anthroposophy is a discipline of research as well as a path of knowledge, service, personal growth, and social engagement. Introduced and developed by Rudolf Steiner, it is concerned with all aspects of human life and spirit, and with humanity’s future evolution and well-being.