Luigi Morelli graduated with a Masters in Environmental Sciences in 1981 and met anthroposophy in 1982. He has a passion for social change from a cultural perspective, and has extensive experience working with the social therapeutic impulse in Camphill and in L’Arche communities. He presently carries these concerns further in Ecovillage Ithaca where he lives, with an emphasis on Non-Violent Communication and participatory facilitation, in which he has trained extensively. In his free time he gardens and hikes, or devotes time to music.


Luigi has written books on American history and spirituality and others whose aim is highlighting the forces at work in global cultural renewal. Among these: A Revolution of Hope, which highlights the emergence of spiritual experiences that mark a new evolutionary possibility for humanity at large (pointing to the new Christ experience in the etheric) and explores an array of modern impulses that aim at renewing culture.

The book Karl Julius Schröer and Rudolf Steiner: Anthroposophy and the Teachings of Karma and Reincarnation explores the dual tasks of Steiner/Aristotle and Schröer/Plato, how they unfolded in time and how complementary they are to each other.

Aristotelians and Platonists: A Convergence of the Michaelic Streams in Our Time illustrates how the twin impulses have unfolded historically and how they are now present in the world; the heart of the book is a call for their fuller integration and increased synergy.

A later book: Social Threefolding in Relation to Rudolf Steiner’s Mission is also on the above site.

The books mentioned are available as suggested readings at (for free or donation)