Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Re: The Caiaphas dilemma
- Bradford quoted:
> The Bush administration has failed to provide the consumer withAnd this, in a nutshell, is the problem with the whole damn administration /
> a 'reason to believe" in the product.
occupation. It views us as consumers to be gulled. But I ain't out on the
streets because I'm a *consumer,* I'm out there because I'm a *!!CITIZEN!!*
And as a citizen, I expect more from my political leaders than policies that
benefit me personally. I expect policies that benefit the entire country.
The current fuck-up in Louisiana is a poster child for what's wrong with the
Musing on the temporary satisfaction of swearing ...
- Dear Jean Marc,
I think if we would like to look at this mystery there are a few
things that would have to be considered first: who are the ones
considered to be the 'teachers' of mankind, and what are their
relationships to Rudolf Steiner, Buddha and the Archangels of our
So, if you are interested I'd be interested in looking at the two
students of Mani and those of Zarathustra. And....and I think we have
to consider how Count Saint Germain is in the mix.
Do you wanna do this step by step? If you do I think we really have
to consider keeping Count Saint Germain in the picture even though
Anthroposophists really don't seem to consider him too much. I am not
sure why. Maybe it is because Rudolf Steiner did not really say to
much about him, although one really big thing he said was that Count
Saint Germain was an incarnation of Christian Rosenkroix.
Looking at the book From Buddha to Christ it occurs to me once more
that things just jump off the page at me with thoughts. Yet when I
share them with others they seem to not make any sense a'tall. I mean
none, its almost like they are sense free thinking that actually
makes no sense to anyone else. But, that is going far afield and you
and I are gonna take it one step at a time.