Re: A spiritual history of the universe
- "It is in your previous post, where you cite Steiner's "Riddles of
I'm not sure the citation was understood. It does not speak of
'humanity being asleep', it talks about a constant dream condition,
which 'runs it's course' even when waking consciousness is engaged. c.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Stephen Hale" <sardisian01@...>
> --- In email@example.com, "carol" organicethics@
> > I still say, had a lasting impression with possibility of
> > of namely the nuclear explosion- not introduced itself into the
> > and thus into the collective human psyche, then the various, lesser
> > impressive Ahrimanic technologies/forces would not have such a
> chance to
> > 'stick' so well as earthly formative forces .
> > This 'Ahrimanic symbol', in my opinion, represents this impressive
> > spirit Being's OWN sun impression- much more immediate and in
> > impressive than the subtle, glowing etheric Christic one.
> > sun casts out upon us all, a message of our impending earthly
> > (when we know in our hearts that we love living) and so we are
> forced to
> > nervously recken with it's 'life' it's 'potential' of recurrence,
> > somewhere, at some level within our daily psychic life.
> > This disturbance, directly linked to a vivid impression of what
> > exactly a nuclear explosion entails, in addition to the intuition
> > there are currently no absolute safeguards in place, on earth, to
> > prevent it's usage, has permitted to give rise, in the human
> > post 1945, to something which poses itself as an image of a
> > 'landpost' occuring within the human psyche- around which the
> > forces of materialism can 'gather themselves'.
> > In Bradford's pointing towards 'Military INTEL' as an important
> > 'instigator' of the materialistic experience within the social
> > collectivity, the Ahrimanic Nuclear explosion Sun impression is
> > distict to it.
> > c.
> It is in your previous post, where you cite Steiner's "Riddles of
> Humanity", where you can find one of the sources that inspired ELron
> Hubbard. Another inspiration was Ouspensky's "The Fourth Way". and
> also the classical Vedanta literature. In short, mankind is largely
> still asleep, so if one can awaken to this fact he can serve to
> control the world through occultic means. This forms the essence of
> Scientology. And this formed the rationale of ELron Hubbard; waking
> up in order to form an elite cult of baleful people who would attempt
> to put consciousness into machines, and duping the people into dumb-
> dumb, as an consequence.
> Spiritual Science exists as a counter measure to this influence; as
> well, the Fourth Way of Gurdjieff and Ouspensky. These represent
> honest efforts under the ordinary conditions of life.