Re: Judith von Halle
- Hi Frank,
Did you meet her?
--- In email@example.com, "Frank Thomas Smith"
>I do not know her personally and I don't see how anyone can either
> Neither do I have any strong opinions about Judith von Halle, because
accept or reject her claim to having stigmata and permanent fasting
without knowing her. I don't know if Prokofieff knows her, but I doubt
it. His position seems to be that the stigmata phenomenon is atavistic
and therefore incompatible with with anthroposophy, whereas Judith
closely associates herself with anthroposophy. I think that Dottie
jumped the gun in associating her with Tomberg or the Catholic Church.
In the two books by her I've read - "Und wäre Er nicht
auferstanden..." ("And had He not resurrected..."and the one about the
Christ statue at the Goetheanum - the former being the most interesting)
there is no mention that I can remember of either Tomberg or the
Catholic Church. Dottie's prejudice may have to do with the fact that
Prokofieff rejects her and that previous known stigmatics were
Catholics, such as Anne Catherine Emmerich
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Catherine_Emmerich ---unless she knows
something I don't. Btw, I expect to be in Berlin sometime this year and
will try to meet her.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "elfuncle" coolvibes@
> > I backtracked this thread to Frank's original post before the circus
> > kicked in and everything went haywire (and I certainly take my share
> > blame for that), but here are my comments:of
> > I don't have any strong opinions one way or another about Judith von
> > Halle's stigmata, just like I had no strong opinions about the claim
> > made some years ago by a Swedish lady that she was the reincarnation
> > Anne Frank. Controversial claims come with the territory whatspiritual
> > science is concerned, and students of anthroposophy, whether theyare
> > personally involved in anthroposophical work (medicine, agriculture,opinions.And
> > education) or not, are all free to form their own private
> > if anyone likes to call such a claim "the end of anthroposophy,""the
> > end of civilization," or "the end of the universe," they're free todo
> > so. It doesn't mean that it's the end of anarchosophy or the deathof
> > Uncle Taz, for instance. It's more like that song with Crosby andwith
> > Sinatra, "Have you heard, it's in the stars / Next July we collide
> > Mars / Did you ever....."the
> > I seem to recall that according to RS, Francis of Assissi possessed
> > astral body of Christ, which made it possible for him to go throughthat
> > incredible transformation as a young man, and to have a healingeffect
> > upon Europe to the extent that he actually stopped the spread ofhimself
> > leoprosy, and close to the very end of this life, he identified
> > with his Savior so strongly that he got the stigmata.to
> > I have too little knowledge of Judith von Halle's personal holiness
> > have any opinion about it one way or another, except that I don'tthink
> > she'll bring an end to civilization and anthroposophy and cause thesun
> > to go nova, unless she's so hot that she's responsible for globalscience,
> > warming.
> > The problem with the Catholic church is that it goes against
> > and also against spiritual science, by pushing a system of"miracles"
> > that goes contrary to natural and spiritual laws and is therefore anRapp
> > offense against the Spirit of the Age.
> > Tarjei
> > --- In email@example.com, "Frank Thomas Smith"
> > <eltrigal78@> wrote:
> > >
> > > A couple of issues ago in "Das Goetheanum" a guy named Dietrich
> > wrote a review of Sergei Prokofieff's latest book: "Das Mysteriumder
> > Auferstehung im lichte der Anthroposophie" (The Resurrection Mysteryin
> > the Light of Anthroposophy), in which he criticized the part of thebook
> > dealing with the stigmata phenomenon. Basically Prokofieff says itis
> > atavistic and has nothing to do with anthroposophy. But he only usesissue,
> > examples from the past, not mentioning Judith von Halle, the current
> > stigmatized anthroposophist. So Rapp calls him dishonest, as he is
> > obviously referring to Judith without naming her. Then in a later
> > Prokofieff answers the criticism saying that he only wanted to beRapp
> > objective without personalizing. He also says stigmatization has no
> > place in Anthroposophy and von Halle's claim that she bears the
> > resurrection body means, for him, "the end of anthroposophy". So
> > replies in the same issue saying that S.P. is shutting someone outbarest
> > without even knowing her. These are long letters, so this is the
> > synopsis, the object of which is only to inform y'all that Judith is
> > still a hot topic yonder.
> > > Frank
> > >
- Not too long ago women were burned at the stake or hung for being witches. Evidence was based on certain demonic animals, such as black cats, were attracted to them or if they had strangely shaped moles on their bodies. It is obvious that none of these things are remotely connected to witchcraft. I would say that your sudden toxicity to the "buggers" has just as much (nothing) to do with Judith von H. Or perhaps you're a witch as well as a farmer and a veterinarian. (Don't mind me, I can't help it.)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "arethoresen@..." <arethoresen@...> wrote:
> Dear friends,
> there is a phenomenon I would like to discuss with you all, and also hear if this phenomenon has been observed earlier.
> I am a farmer, and each year I have been attached by numerous Ixodes ricinus (8-legd parasites).
> After listening to a lecture by Judith von Halle, a radical change occured. All the parasites biting me died during 2 hours. I have become toxic to the small buggers.
> Was this because the meeting with Judith had strengthened my "Ich-Kraft"??