Re: [steiner] The Eighth Sphere
> > Would you happen to know where RS speaks of the 8th Sphere in depth?I'm finding it really difficult to keep up with what's what with all the
> > titles changing. :)Occult Movement in the Nineteenth Century", his major lecture-cycle on
> > Sieg
> *******The only place that comes to mind off the top of my head is in "The
Blavatsky, where he took A. P. Sinnett to task for publishing the erroneous
interpretation that the 8th sphere Theosophy had spoken of was the Moon.
>the result of a movement that allows the translators to have creative
> Yes, it's hard to keep up with the changing titles---but then that's
freedom instead of imposing definitions on everyone's thinking, Rome-style,
nicht wahr? The way to keep track of them is the dates, like Hamburg 1908
for the first great course on the Gospel of St. John. I don't have the time
& place of the Occult Movement lectures handy.
>be delighted to answer a question like that about the 8th sphere. Why not
> You know, I imagine Fred Paddock at the Library, if he has time, would
ask him? If anyone knows Steiner's lectures published in English, it's Fred.
>Kabbalah as the Qlipoth. They tie in with our discussion on the other list
> BTW, the somewhat deformed inhabitants of the 8th sphere were known in
about what's really behind the UFO deception, where Ahrimanically-influenced
beings appear as fake space men, as well as the many false appearances that
>Dr. Starman, you're full of answers and I understand about the dates -
> Dr. Starman
you're right! I'll ask Fred Paddock since he really should know the AS's
library extremely well. Some years ago I asked him where to find Steiner's
reference of the Double not being able to withstand human death, and
ZING!!!!!! Right back came his answer right on target! What a guy!
I'm very glad you thought to mention the Qlipoth - I don't think too many
know that one, and I certainly didn't even though I've come across the term
somewhere. What other list? You have another one? UFOs? You've probably read
George Unger's booklet about that subject, which was written quite some
years ago. Don't you also teach the Steiner101 list? Somewhere I got that
idea - probably from one of the students who gained tremendously from you.
Thanks again, Dr. Starman - you're a gold mine of info and help.
- Hi, evlogite,
Thank you for this reference - Harrison is unfamiliar to me, although
somewhere I've heard of the existence of "The Transcendatal Universe" - it's
good to know the author. Thanks again!
> Ithink that CG Harrison makes mention of the 8th sphere in "The
> Transcendatal Universe."