Re: [anthroposophy] Digest Number 217
>Yep, far into the future, but meantime it is interesting to be
> Message: 1
> Date: Thu, 6 Apr 2000 04:19:47 -0400
> From: "Richard Distasi" <radistasi@...>
> Subject: Re: st_george_fighting_the_dragon_louvre.jpg
> elaine upton: sorry that the e-mail of raphael's 'st, george fighting
> dragon did not come up on your screen. if you wish you can try
> message # 731 in the anthroposophy group ( www.onelist.com). you can
> try www.elib.com/steiner/ and scroll down to 'diversions/art
> gallery.' it's
> an interesting place to visit. also, i agree with you, as steiner
> said, that
> the battle with ahriman is for now compromised for humanity (as shown
> in the
> art piece where the dragon is merely kept at bay). the full victory
> ahriman is far into the future for all of us. [rick distasi]
aware and observe how christian and initiation-like knowledge come
to find it's way to the mass, the movie 'American Beauty' is another
recent example of it, the end is particularly moving and striking;
the nature of reality and "new" patterns of behaviours and thinking
will come to us more and more that way, for those who've seen
'The Matrix' and 'Pushing tin', and few other also kind of recent ones
will be able to see the trend. Movies are the greatest medium after
all to show what the Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition world
has to say to humanity, the "images" can come there...
Michael is working there...
"Anthroposophy does not want to impart knowledge.
It seeks to awaken life."
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