Walther Buhler (1913-95) was a German physician who specialised in Geothean research. He studied medicine and did research into the changing ratio of male and female births at different phases of the moon. He was the founder of the Paracelsus Clinic in southern Germany. He lectured widely and was known for being able to explain complex science in a clear, lucid way.
'Buhler's book is short and easily read. [...] He provides however, a firm foundation from which to understand the temporal aspect of Easter, and leaves us to develop our own understanding of the event further. [...] The alterable date of Easter reflects the organic nature of the universe, and our part in it.' --Revd. Luke Barr, Aberdeen `Walter Buhler's book does not attempt any theology. But it is concerned with understanding the temporal aspect of Easter. For this he provides a firm foundation, and leaves us to develop our own understanding of the event further. He wishes to draw attention to the significance of the fact that Easter does not possess temporal rigidity.' -- Revd. Luke Barr for Perspectives 'the question of whether or not the date of Easter should be fixed has been raised by the Coptic Pope Tawadros II, after discussions with Pope Francis and the Ecumenical Patriarch. The publication is therefore timely.' --Lambeth Palace 'It is perhaps typical of our own age to emphasise practicality over symbolism and spirituality, but this book redresses the balance.' --Scientific and Medical Network Review