Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Re: Ms. Halle.s work
- I'm not saying she does in any case. I am saying that
those who prick Anthroposophy with the old mystery
tumblesalts instead of the new mysteries await the
--- Frank Thomas Smith <eltrigal78@...> wrote:
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> dottie zold
> <dottie_z@...> wrote:
> > Hey Frank,
> > Have you read this young womans work yet? I have
> and i
> > have some thoughts. and it seems it would start a
> > storm ala tombergian student stream and those who
> > recognize the catholic church to be of the old
> > mysteries.
> I started, but then my "Harry Potter and the Deathly
> Hollows" arrived
> from Amazon and...well...you know: second things
> first. I somehow
> doubt that Judith has anything to do with the Church
> or the Tomberg
> straem, but what do I know.
> > There is a book by a Theosophist and his name is
> > Douglas Klotz, i introduced his work about four
> > ago. HIs main work is The Aramaic Jesus. It is an
> > incredible work and one i would suggest has more
> > freedom and today in it then the one ive just
> read. I
> > am almost wont to say that because of the stigmata
> > people are reading more into this then is
> > from what i have read. There are a few new points
> > which would are interesting for anthroposophists
> > also clearlz ones found in the Kabbalah of the
> > Hebrews.
> > The idea about the Lords Prayer and its meaning
> > tomorrow seems to me to be compromised by the
> > intimations of her past biography in the same
> > And it has nothing to do with the one being
> > in previous post on this subject.
> > It seems to me that there will be people who will
> > follow due to the stigmata, to me this is most
> > unfortunate. We can look back to Loyola and see
> > this was achieved. I find a very similar situation
> > my contmeplation of this work at this time. It
> > to me that anthroposophy does not lead one to the
> > stigmata in the way she seems, or at least so i
> > understood in her writing, to encourage. I find it
> > backward thought.
> > What i have been working on this last week in
> > is the contemplation of how ahriman uses Lucifer
> > attain his goals. I mean one can literally sense
> > Lucifer, on his way to be redeemed is of service
> > Ahriman. And it is a devestating situation that
> > one leaning back to the Church has fallen for.
> > All good things,
> > Dottie
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"I'm not sure it is exactly correct to say that Peter "opposes" anthroposophy..."
(this 'Quote of the ...' is getting silly).
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Frank Thomas Smith" <fts.trasla@...> wrote:
> Peter Stadenmaier:
> "Whether it is true and whether it is racist have nothing to do with one another."