Re: Angels work in our astral body
- Stephen Hale wrote:
... I have been forced
> to trace the soradtic history of the 20th century by a certainRudolf
> compunction since early in 1999, when I first read about the
> skullduggery surrounding the refounding of the AS in the absence of
> RS during the months of 1924, when he was engaged in an
> extraordinary amount of work on a number of different practical
> matters. I suggest that anyone interested in this area, read Willy
> Heidt's "Initiative to All", given as a general initiative to the
> members back in early 1997, and based on 33 years worth of research
> into the matter of the refounding, and its failure to achieve
> Steiner's true objectives for a superearthly event designed for theI'll try to locate that "Initiative to All", does it exist as a
> universally human in the members, the movement, and the society.
book? Or in a
> Now, consider this. When the astral body and ego leave the bed attheir
> night, then in all actuality we die. We die every night when we go
> to bed, and are only saved by the grace of the Gods who take the
> place of the astral body and ego until they come back and take
> places with the physical and etheric bodies in the morning. Welive
> at a time, since around 1990, when the extraordinary conditionattention
> actually exists wherein people are living rather somnambulent lives
> due to the malevolent influences of soradtian technology and
> intellectual undermining that has created sleep disorders,
> deficit disorders, and other such psychological disturbances thatOkay, so that's why they wouldn't die. But were you also meaning to
> have the effect of taking the etheric body out of the bed rather
> than the astral body. And of course, a divine spiritual being
> replaces the etheric body until it returns.
say that while the etheric is apart from the physical, it resides on
the astral? Rather than somewhere
- Most observent of you, Deborah. I assume the artist felt that the nose could
distract the viewer from the other more interesting anatomical features.
> Hi Frank! Nice cover--but where's her nose? I notice other anatomicallikee?
> details seem to be lovingly rendered.
> > The pic on the cover page is Grandma when she lived in China...You
> > Frank
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