Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Hebrews
- You know, I've been thinking. I woke up this morning
thinking I had my new study before me. I've come from
the Ark with a search for Mother God and Her
Daughters. It moved to the Being of Anthroposophy.
Throughout that time I lost Father God and then also
Lazarus. Each time it was due to the intense seeking
for Sophia. It seems when She is in the game
everything else moves to the side so that you can find
Her specifically. Once found everything can move back.
Although in order to find Lazarus I still had to have
Rudolf Steiner in the mix. Otherwise it makes no sense
to me at all.
So it seems my new search will be via the Hebrews
again and to see what their new mission is. It seems
they've kinda been written off due to the fact that it
is considered they missed the Christ. But when reading
these amazing Hebrew Rabbis', ones that are very
reformist in nature, for me that means ones that are
open to a further mystery, I find that if
Anthroposophists could follow their lead in how they
have been able to hold together and continue growing
we would be able to be of a great service to the world
at large. It seems to me that even in their
differences they have not fallen. They keep their eye
on God and that includes Mother and Father. If
Anthroposohists could only do half as well as they we
could shake the world to being awake.
Anthroposophists to me have ingnored this feminine
lineage that the Hebrews have not. To the Hebrews,
each of their wives represent the Shekinah, the
presence of God. It must be a very interesting element
for those that are working to overcome this world yet
have the temptor and the enlightened one in the same
body so vividly before their minds. The wife
represents the Bride. It's pretty incredible and I
think it also incredible that we are not aware of our
own heritage via the Hebrew stream. This counting them
out seems to be something I think needs to be
I am thinking that not many on this list have studied
the Hebrew sages nor their Rabbis. I mean we look at
Moses and we look at Abraham only because it is
connected to Rudolf Steiner. But really what do we
know what the Hebrews know in relations to these two
men that could help deepen our own spiritual search.
There is a noted Rabbi whose whole life study was on
Aristotle. He perfected this study and felt that it
was an absolute neccessity in order to deepen his
study of God. Knowing the connection we have to
Aristotle it occurs to me that we really do miss out
these great minds that can help us further towards the
sixth epoch instreaming. I think in order to truly
understand this Sophia we must know of Her roots. It's
not enough to feel Her we must know Her and this is
where the Hebrew Stream comes in.
I am thinking just as the Christ was latent within the
Hebrew Stream so is the Sophia. I am still not clear
on the Being Anthroposophia in the context of the two
archetypes representing Her at the bottom of the
Cross: Mary and John. (Again to me it is the Magdalene
but I can see the other Mary if it is seen as one of
the three soul aspects)
So, I am thinking that it might be important to
consider what the task of the Hebrews are in relations
to the sixth epoch. There has to be some reason I am
looking at this new thing which seems really old.
All good things,
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