If you have cats, you know how they like to bring home to their human
staff any prizes of prey that they may have caught in the wild back
yard jungle, like birds, little mousies, big rats, or headless squirrels.
Despite being neutered, I, as Tom Cat, have been stalking prey in the
wild German cyber groves and just today captured this mighty bird that
was nesting in a neighboring Danish website.
I proudly bring it home to Anthroposophy here and drop it just inside
the doorstep. It's still very much alive and hardly any feathers are
ruffled, and I believe it will be more digestible than the last
carcass I dropped on the doorstep, the one and only Jack Sterling
Walker, whose disagreeable syncretism of Anthroposophy, Scientology,
Mormonism and Sun Myung Moonie-ism was just too many Food Groups for
any one person to swallow whole, or even in part.
However, this Anthro-prey is more palatable. His name is Adam
Michaelis and he has written a book entitled:
The Anatomy of Evil in Our Time
here is his Homepage in English:
The entire book is online and can be read starting here:
I copy the back cover blurb below.
In lucid dreams, astral experience and paranormal epiphany Adam
Michaelis encountered the extrasensory reality of evil powers like
Lucifer, Ahriman, and Sorath and those otherworldly entities were
suddenly seen operative in different patterns of contemporary culture
and personal psychology.
Adam's candid biography brings evidence of an impending evil, as
foretold by Rudolf Steiner, and offers the reader a comprehensive
perspective and a minute understanding of the nature and purpose of
evil in our time and in evolution.
This exceptional material and transformative insight is highlighted in
a penetrating and critical analysis of New Age philosophy, guruism,
paganism and modern cultural development.
Finally the teachings of Jesus on evil are made topical, and the
Christian ethics and philosophy of life are interpreted as the true
human response to suffering.
In sum, we find here an astonishing and truly original document on one
of the fundamental questions of humanity and a profound explanation of
the human predicament.
Tom Cat (or Tom Kater in German)