Re: Astrology and Anthroposophy
- View Source--- In email@example.com, dottie zold
>Dear Dottie and Terence,
> David, Manly P. Hall also has an interesting book
> called Astrological Keywords. I really like the book
> by Elizabeth Vreede. She was actually the lead for the
> section of Astrology when Rudolf Steiner was alive. I
> imagine she has independent lectures as well.
> All good things,
> > Dear Stephen,
> > Thanks very much indeed for putting me on the right
> > direction.
> > David
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org,
> > "Stephen Clarke"
> > <mozartg@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Dear David:
> > >
> > > Anthroposophists tend to prefer to the sidereal
> > format. The
> > > calcuations involved in converting tropical to
> > sidereal and visa
> > > versa are quite simple and standardized and are
> > not the subject of
> > > any dispute.
> > >
> > > I'm sure there will be list members who can refer
> > you to
> > > practitioners that you could talk with. David
> > Tressemer and Robert
> > > Schiappacasse in Boulder, CO, are two that are
> > known to me. If you
> > > want their contact info, email me offlist and I
> > will post it to you.
> > >
> > > Stephen
> > >
> > >
> > > --- In email@example.com,
> > "dbavim" <dbavim@y...>
> > > wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Dear Members,
> > > >
> > > > I am a young Anthroposophist on a deep spiritual
> > path.
> > > > One of my interests is Astrology and I wonder if
> > I could exchange
> > > with
> > > > someone who knows about this subject in the
> > context of
> > > anthroposophy.
> > > > I am just looking for someone to exchange with
> > regarding this topic
> > > in
> > > > order to know about the "official" position of
> > anthroposophy in the
> > > > context of astronomical calculations for example
> > and or to
> > > > learn/exchange techniques.
> > > >
> > > > I am looking forward to your reply,
> > > >
> > > > David
> > > >
> > >
Thanks very much for your suggestions. I really appreciate them.
- View SourceTerence: What you've written below is an excellent piece. I don't
know that you're right, but I certainly hope that you are...regards,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Terence"
> --- In email@example.com, "dbavim" <dbavim@> wrote:
> > Dear Members,
> > I am a young Anthroposophist on a deep spiritual path.
> > One of my interests is Astrology and I wonder if I could exchange
> > someone who knows about this subject in the context of anthroposophy.topic in
> > I am just looking for someone to exchange with regarding this
> > order to know about the "official" position of anthroposophy in the
> > context of astronomical calculations for example and or to
> > learn/exchange techniques.
> > I am looking forward to your reply,
> There is a difference between Anthroposophy and
> anthroposophy. The capital A is a movement of
> people organized as a Society, while anthroposophy
> with a small a is the name Steiner used to identify
> his intimate Imaginative, Inspirative and Intuitive
> relationship with a spiritual Being, he called
> One reads in Leading Thoughts: 1. Anthroposophy is
> a path of knowledge, to guide the Spiritual in the
> human being to the Spiritual in the Universe. and
> in 2. Anthroposophy communicates knowledge that is
> gained in a spiritual way.
> As I see it, there was an intimate heart/etheric
> exchange between the spiritual Being anthroposophia
> and Steiner, which when stepped down from the
> imaginative, inspirative and intuitive cognition of
> Steiner was communicated as Anthroposophy to the
> Anthroposophical Society.
> To cognitively grasp the *message* of
> anthroposophy, one goes through a process of re-
> cognition, which begins with intellectual
> comprehension, the common form of astrological
> expression (by the way), and moves to cognitive
> imagination after much practice and discipline,
> then to cognitive inspiration when one's heart
> begins open and one can *feel* de-light of the
> etheric, to cognitive intuition when one can listen
> to the lowly sound of the heart's whisper.
> There are very few astrologers who can do this as
> most, if not all, are stuck in the intellect with
> calculations and techniques and personality expression.
> Stephen Clarke pointed you in the right direction
> when he mentioned David Tressemer and Robert
> Schiappacasse in Boulder, CO. Go to:<http://
> www.starwisdom.org/star-wisdom-presenters.htm> and
> click away to find out more. I read all of Robert
> Powell's books and recommend Hermetic Astrolgy I
> and Hermetic Astrology II for starters. Also check
> for a great selection of Willie Sucher's books. If
> you are looking for more go to:
> <http://www.vermontel.net/~vtsophia/>. All this is
> information that prepares the intellect...just like
> piano lessons and practicing the scales.
> One needs to also comprehend why astrosophists use
> the sidereal zodiac. Additionally read as many of
> Steiner's books on cosmology so that you can start
> to get a feeling for the Sophianic Matrix of Space
> and its relationship to the etheric web of the
> Earth and Humanity. See the connections and then
> rest easy, with patience, and begin to quiet the
> intellect and start to feel the heart's connection
> to Sophia and Sophia's connection to the heart.
> Begin to comprehend with the heart the connection
> of Anthropsophia to Sophia. All the while striving
> to correct your character defects and personality
> What does this mean to you:
> The stars once spoke to humanity.
> It is world destiny that they are silent now.
> To be aware of that silence can be pain for earthly humanity.
> But in the deepening silence there grows and ripens
> what humanity speaks to the stars.
> To be aware of that speaking
> Can become strength for spiritual humanity.
> ---Rudolf Steiner
> The sphere of the Spirit is the soul's true home,
> And we will surely reach it
> By walking in the path of honest Thought;
> By choosing as our guide the fount of Love
> Implanted in the heart;
> By opening the eye of the soul
> To Nature's script
> Spread out before us through all the Universe,
> Telling the story of the Spirit
> In all that lives and thrives,
> And in the silent spaciousness of lifeless things,
> And in the stream of Time -- the process of becoming.
> Rudolf Steiner
> You are wlecome to correspond with me at any time.
- View Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "gaelman58" <gaelman58@...>
>And neither do I know that what I wrote is spot on,
> Terence: What you've written below is an excellent piece. I don't
> know that you're right, but I certainly hope that you are...regards,
yet the flow, the feeling, the fiery force of the
forming words seemed right as I tickled the keys.
I do appreciate your feedback.
The stars once spoke to humanity.
It is world destiny that they are silent now.
To be aware of that silence can be pain for earthly humanity.
But in the deepening silence there grows and ripens
what humanity speaks to the stars.
To be aware of that speaking
Can become strength for spiritual humanity.