This is my second post to you today. I have read your correspondence with
starman, and please allow me to add a further word or two. I already wrote
about your reference to "some Christian anthroposophists" or the like, and
now let me comment (helpfully, i would hope) on this other thing you write:
>If you are referring to Jeshu ben Pandira, Steiner mentions that
>he was born about 100 B.C. Also that he was a human unassociated
>with any being from the Sun, and so would hardly be announced by
>this kind of configuration (which occurs according to the source
>once every 40 million years).
>If not, it's something I have not read.
What Steiner talks about is two Jesus Children and these are not the Jeshu
ben Pandira you speak of here. Read, if you will, more of Steiner on the two
Jesus children descended from the House of David and on Earth at the same
time (one from the Solomon line of David, and the other from the Nathan line
of David, each with a distinct meaning, and how these two came together at
the event in the Temple, where Mary and Joseph lose their son...).
Further, you write:
>To me it seems the star you mention reg. Zoroaster is something
>different. Since the Christ is not in the akashic records, maybe this
>kind of event is not visible there either.
From whence do you derive the idea that the "christ is not in the akashic
record"? Again, i suggest you look at Rudolf Steiner's published
lectures--those in his Fifth Gospel lectures might be good for starters.
Here, the "fifth gospel" is a reading of the Akashic Record, and look and
see what you find there of the references to the Christ, if you will. I
think you will find the Christ is central!
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