Re: [anthroposophy] Re: crop circles again
- Jeff,What's the answer to crop circles? I'm still not clear on it. Do they fit into our realm of thinking through spiritual science?Bill----- Original Message -----From: jlaSent: Thursday, August 01, 2002 9:40 AMSubject: Re: [anthroposophy] Re: crop circles againColin is far from a UFO radical. He is very conservative and circumspect towards the phenomena but leans towards a non physical agency producing it. hat that agency is he will not say and does not know. He is an engineer by training and was booted out of the government due to his initial interest in this phenomena. Just because he is funded now by the Rockefeller Institute does not necessarily imply conspiracy or bias. Mother Teresa was sponsored by dubious foundations as well (see the Christopher Hutchins essay on her and her support). He has suffered personally and financially for years due to his involvement in this area.Jeff----- Original Message -----From: utopia_planetia_2000Sent: Thursday, August 01, 2002 8:34 AMSubject: [anthroposophy] Re: crop circles againOne has to use considerable discernement concerning the work of
Collin Andrews and the conclusions he draws out of it; the party
funding him is the US Rockefeller institute.
I have seen the movie "The Signs" -- it discourages free thinking --
the movie makes no sense anyway -- I see it as part of the offensive
to debunk the phenomenon.
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