R: [anthroposophy] Re: Etheric Realm,Keely and the "devices""question
- Dear Martha,
thanks a lot, there was some trouble in my e-mail box while I was spending
my holidays so when I went back something has been lost.
I'll go to investigate the sites you kindly indicated.
Constable wrote a 400 pages essay enitled "The Cosmic Pulse of Life" in
which he was trying- among many other issues- to build a bridge between
Steiner's work and Reich's insights about "radionics".
It's a puzzling work: there are some thrilling topics in it, as the one
about Reichs' murder by the Gvnmt since he was able to find an antidote to
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Subject: [anthroposophy] Re: Etheric Realm,Keely and the "devices""question
> The moral question of the "outer etheric devices," the moral
> readiness or lack of it, has been discussed at length on at least two
> of these discussion groups, also with many valuable contributions
> from Bradford. I believe if you trace these messages, you will find
> many answers/ideas/thoughts list members have already dealt with.
> Not that the subject is exhausted.
> You might look again on Dale Pond's sites (enter Dale Pond on any
> search engine), considered the "world expert" on John Keely. He knows
> all about the papers left at Stockholm in 1912, and probably has
> acquired copies. He has re-created at least one of the outer devices,
> the "musical globe" which he names "Atlin," but while it is
> extraordinary, it does not function as did Keely's similar globe
> While RS said that there would not be readiness for outer etheric
> devices until 4000 (!!), the work of Sympathetic Vibratory Physics
> needs to be carried by a few. I have not had a chance yet to
> investigate James Trevor Constable's work and its validity (etheric
> rain engineering) but hope to soon.
> --- In anthroposophy@y..., "VALENTINA BRUNETTI" <okcgbr@t...>
> > The etheric realm, Keely and the "devices" question.
> > Dear listmates,
> > one of the most powerful and important insights that Steiner gave
> the world is about his findings on etheric realm. Following him, many
> goodwill anthro-disciples experienced a lot about it: mainly
> E.Pfeiffer,G.Wachsmuth and E.Marti following an "exterior" point of
> view, and M.Scaligero or JB Aharon following a more inner one.
> > We also know something about the very strange and remarkable
> Keely's biography- with his "devices" that stopped being on motion
> when he used to leave the room in which they were working- and we've
> got also something in the same kind of issue on Steiners' Mistery-
> Dramas.(Strader's Engine)
> > Keely's story and all the claims about Reich,Constable, "etheric
> raining" and so on - I don't know much about Nikola Tesla but in
> every discussion about him we have to bear in mind that we keep on
> walkin'near the muddy waters of the "conspiracy theories"- are
> helping us to grasp the core of the matter.
> > And precisely: we know , as anthroposophists- that to experience
> the inner side of the etheric realm- as discussed in Scaligero or JBA
> works- is actually a "going on by means of three steps on morality
> path every one on cognition ".
> > Well , what does it mean - under this chief respect- to work with
> the ethers on a more "exterior" point of view, maybe the one that
> implies the building of material devices or engines ?
> > You may answer: that's the same .
> > OK but if it is so we have to look at any possible "etheric-
> based " device or engine - if the claims about them are true- with
> the deepest care, while I've often got the impression that many
> anthropop seem to be happy, very happy, to see some "etheric gear"
> able to do something here or there, maybe causing some "etheric
> > In other words: is it possible that everyone will be able to
> manage such a kind of devices ?
> > Try to imagine a world where these devices - in themselves
> linked with the inner morality of the subject using them- are sold
> just like cameras or computers!
> > So I have to remember here what a groovy Italian writer, the anthro-
> economist ,historian and columnist Geminello Alvi wrote at the end of
> his "sketch biography" of John E.Worrel Keely:
> > "....His writings.....they rest in Stockholm since 1912.
> > It's much better that this story ended this way......."
> > Any suggestion ?
> > Andrea
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