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  • --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@^$1, Joel Wendt wrote: > This list has no connection to any kind of Anthroposophy that might exist > tomorrow, given the limited and sophmoriphic nature of its level of > discussion. I sweared you had written "soporiphic". Of the 366 subscribers to this list, there are 360 that never write. They are probably disembodied Enochian spirits. Prokofiev was...
    asbolo Apr 25, 2010
  • --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@^$1, dottie zold wrote: > [Joel,]You have no idea, once again, the state of another's soul, again you can only assume out of your own understanding of what you read. On the contrary, he has a very clear idea, and it is you who is assuming without understanding. What Joel describes has nothing to do with subjective assumptions (like yours about Joel...
    asbolo Apr 22, 2010
  • THE VIRGIN AND MOTHER EARTH (Anthroposophia 1-23) http://www.expreso.co.cr/centaurs/steiner/virgin00.html an ongoing series of meditations and commentaries on the spiritual meaning of "praying to the Virgin" and of "mother earth". It is written in the form of an extended exercise, with emphasis on organic observation and thinking in the way described by Rudolf Steiner. Juan
    asbolo Apr 12, 2010
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  • Let's recapitulate very briefly: we are not on the periphery of the earth but inside of it, right at the center, and this ideal, imagined sphere is not perceptible, but results from our experience of rotation and zodiacal revolution. The internalization of these forces does not lead to the perception of the earth as a planet seen from outer space, but to the earth-being that comes...
    asbolo Apr 5, 2010
  • --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@^$1, dottie zold wrote: > Juan my question I want to pose is who are you speaking to? Who are you working this out for, who and what do you wish to speak to and for? What is this towards? > All good things, > Dottie I think I have answered these questions already, from different points of view, recently and in the past. In this specific instance, the...
    asbolo Apr 4, 2010
  • The picture of the earth from outer space, as a sphere made of mass, rock, gravity, etc., with us living on its surface, is upside down and inside out. It is looking at the earth from outside through a window provided by a machine, and it can only show what the machine can see. The reality that we experience is the opposite: we are living at the center of this sphere, not on its...
    asbolo Apr 4, 2010
  • Our immediate experience of the sky on an clear day is that of an infinite, open expanse without borders. When we look at the ocean we see a similar infinite expanse, but with a very clearly defined two-dimensional border defined by the water surface, and we cannot see down through it: the open sea is an "unknown below" which doesn't yield its secrets openly to us, in it we seem to...
    asbolo Apr 2, 2010
  • How do we picture the earth? When we say "the earth", what do we imagine? And when we say "the earth as a planet", what do we imagine? Is the earth, "our planet", really a planet? What is the earth? - We never ask ourselves these questions, because we take the answers for granted. But what we take for granted are most of the time abstractions that were told to us when we were...
    asbolo Apr 1, 2010
  • --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@^$1, dottie zold wrote: > Again, you are not relating as far as I could read this 'Virgin' to the Heavenly Sophia, and rather to the one called 'the Virgin Mary'. Her Being I am not dividing into three. Let me explain a little more my reasoning. Mother earth at the base or the roots, Mary at the middle, Sophia above. They are the same being, but from a...
    asbolo Mar 30, 2010
  • --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@^$1, "asbolo" wrote: > The "national soul" of the U.S. seems, therefore, to be defined by a violence, a clash, a T-cross (two perpendicular lines): the Virgin and the anti-Virgin, and the second dominates. > Juan There is one particular film, a western, entitled "Open Range" (2003), directed by Kevin Kostner and starring Robert Duvall, Costner, and...
    asbolo Mar 30, 2010