3949Re: [anthroposophy] Re: A Question of interstellar Beings
- Jun 15, 2002In a message dated 6/15/2002 12:21:14 AM Eastern Daylight Time, bmacro@... writes:
It's highly possible that Steiner intentionally left out any specific mention of what spirits because what it really comes back to, for me, is morality. This would mean that it could be any number of spirits, not necessarily the counterproductive ones.
For example, there was quite a bit of scientific investigation carried out by Pfeiffer in relationship to agriculture. When Pfeiffer was a student, Steiner encouraged him to take science courses, even though, at one point, it meant Pfeiffer spent 18 hours a day on 3 different courses. Steiner said he could catch up to normal life later.
*******It's absurd to say 'Ahrimanic spirits' are behind all scientific activity. There are many spirits involved. When scientists allow all their thoughts to take cynical and materialistic forms, that's the result of the Ahrimanic ones influencing them. All the so-called New Age 'science' that reaches no concrete results except 'it's all an illusion, the mind creates reality' is influenced by the Luciferic ones. It's clear by the 'fruits'.
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