|Kaspar Hauser, the Child of Europe|
A synopsis (with an exoteric emphasis) by Eckart Böhmer
On May 26, 1828, the day of Whit Monday, appeared – as though out of nowhere – an approximately 16-year-old young man in the square in Nuremberg known as Unschlittplatz [‘Tallow Square’]. That moment is the beginning of a story that has not broken off to this day. To the contrary, it continues to grow and is becoming one of the few true myths of modern times! Full article
Painting 'The Red Apples' by Greg Tricker
The Kaspar Hauser Research Circle became part of the Karl König Institute on December 17th, 2016.