New Table of Ancient Plants - 16.-18. October 2020

From Lycopodium and Ferns to the Conifers - the co-evolution of earth and mankind.

Interaktive online Livestream with Michal Yakir

Available in all time Zones of the World as well

Intro from Michal Yakir to the Seminar

A break through in the understanding of ancient plants! The ancient plants group were hidden from our eyes for years, we used mainly a few remedies like Thuja and Lycopodium - and the rest of the remedies were hardly used or remembered. After years of work, a breakthrough in this field has been made and the image of ancient plants and their specific healing traits is beginning to be clear – and you are invited to share.  


This materials was never introduced before - and it’s very exciting! More than that, although not many of the ancient plant species remained, those that did survived (Bryophytes, ferns and Gymnosperms) give us a complete picture of the plants domain, including a better understanding of the advanced flowering plants (Angiosperms)- and their entire evolutionary processes, a route in which the advanced flowering plants are just the end of it. This image clarifies the connection between men and plants, men and earth, parallels the evolution of humanity and the world, and explains where a halt, slowdown of evolution - or disease - occurs.


The ancient, flowerless plants, some even seedless and without conductive vessels systems, speak of a course of antiquity, of a state that is pre-fall from Eden, or just after the fall... That is why they have relevance for both old-age diseases such as Dementia and Alzheimer (not only Ginko biloba), lack of life force, fatigue but also to innocence and simplicity - which is left un-answered in our society.


The breakthrough was related to the realisation that ancient plants are associated with the evolution of earth herself, with the geological eons in which each of those plants was created and flourished, and with the upheavals of those epochs - and also to the extinction that ended that eon. More than that- they have survived…Therefore, these remedies also have a connection to death and end of life, including all kind of endings in life. Which connects us to physical and emotional endings states where those ancient remedies can be excellent. You are invited to a totally new experience of the Bryophytes and the Gymnosperms, the Mosses and the Ferns - and maybe even a bit about the Lichens – all arranged in a clear sequence.


As this is a work in progress, Michal will not present a perfect completed model of the ancient plants, but will give an insight into an ongoing workshop of developing new understanding, structures and ideas for remedy groups.


The seminar will be held in memory of Joerg Wichman, and in the same spirit of collaboration it was planed – few other great Homeopaths will participate: Franz Swaboda, Susanna Diez and Paul Theriault, giving us their insight to groups of ancient plants they worked with.



Topics of the seminar:


  • The mosses and Lichens- the beginning
  • The Lycophytes- a group of little known information
  • The Pteridophytes/ Fernlike Plants; from equisetum to Psilotum and Ferns: their place in the evolutionary development, remedy provings and their analysis up to practical application.
  • The Cycases – a Conifers – old and new, a well-known group in new light.
  • The Gnetales - from Ephedra to Welwitschia
  • The Conifers as the most evolutionary advanced group of a gone, lost world. How would one who once was on top, had all the knowledge, transfer it onward to a world and era one has no knowing of, or even a language for?
  • And most important – How do all those ancient, fossil-like survivors fit in our time?  What do they have to teach us?


We looking forward to meet you!

Medical instructor is Dr. med. Joachim Siebenwirth

Continuing education credits for the DZVhÄ homeopathy diploma and CME education credits by the Bayrische Landesärztekammer have been applied for and have always been approved in the previous 12 seminars. Naturopaths can claim UE education credits.



€ 360.-; upon registration and money transfer till the

16th of August 2020 € 330.-

Students € 260.- (Please bring your identification. Thanks!)



Friday:       10 am - 1.30 pm and 3 pm - 5.30 pm 

Saturday:  9.30 am - 1 pm and 2.30 pm - 5.30 pm 

Sunday:     9 am - 12 pm and 1 pm - 4 pm