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RE: [steiner] Re: police raid: Basler Zeitung; Mar. 9

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  • Durward Starman
    You can get ... *******Only when people who are usually not even members of the Society try to use our group for anti-anthroposophy postings. Merely pointless
    Message 1 of 5 , Mar 15, 2007
      You can get
      >the flavor of "Starman's" style from his most recent posting.

      *******Only when people who are usually not even members of the Society try
      to use our group for anti-anthroposophy postings. Merely pointless ones,
      like the recent born-again Christian or the guy who wanted to talk about the
      Urantia book, I don't even respond to (too busy). But ones implying my
      friends Virginia Sease, Cornelius Pietzner and Sergei Prokovieff on the
      Vorstand ----whom we Society members elect annually--- are part of a dark,
      evil plot--- well, they belong with the born-again Christian or rabid
      Catholic stuff, and I'm not allowing this list to be used for anti-Steiner
      propaganda from anyone. As Society members, we are called to challenge this
      sort of bilge when it arises. Q.E.D.

      As for the other groups, one is run by a guy who claims to channel "the
      Brothers" from Australia (or that his wife does), but I find their
      'communications' as fake as the old Theosophical Society fakers who ran down
      the Society after Blavatsky died. (Unfortunately anyone can claim to channel
      anything and then demand blind belief. Steiner did not.) The other is a
      group of bitter left-wing political radicals who are trying to twist and
      distort Steiner into supporting their Marxism, which he did not. You will
      not find any real anthroposophy on either. There are 2 old ones,
      anthro-science and anthro-views, that used to have a lot of real
      spirit-scientists on them, and one called the Ark, but I don't know which of
      the 3, if any, are still active.

      So far, attempts to use the internet to communicate anthroposophy have
      been disrupted repeatedly by the Luciferic and Ahrimanic powers... which is
      why I try my best to keep both away from this one.



      >From: Robert Mason <robertsmason_99@...>
      >Reply-To: steiner@yahoogroups.com
      >To: steiner@yahoogroups.com
      >Subject: [steiner] Re: police raid: Basler Zeitung; Mar. 9
      >Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2007 12:05:53 -0700 (PDT)
      >To John, who wrote:
      > >>What are the differences between these three groups?
      > a t list <anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com>
      > steiner list <steiner@yahoogroups.com>
      >yahoo anthroposophy <anthroposophy@yahoogroups.com><<
      >Robert writes:
      >You can look at their home pages and browse
      >through the messages for yourself; they're
      >all public lists. I'm no expert on any of
      >them; I mostly lurk.
      >Aside from the different listees, I guess
      >the main differences are in the moderators
      >and the styles of moderating. And you can find
      >his website here: <http://www.drstarman.com>.
      >The "Anthroposophy Tommorrow" list is run
      >by Tarjei Straume (aka "Uncle Taz"), a
      >freaked-out Norwegian anarchist, who
      >moderates under the guise of "The Divine
      >Sophia". The discussion there is pretty
      >wide-open (dirty words are allowed), except
      >that on-list discussion of list management
      >is forbidden. "Sophia" has booted some
      >listees for putative (and obscure, to me)
      >violations of that rule. Tarjei's website
      >is here: <http://www.uncletaz.com>.
      >I think the "Anthroposophy" list is the
      >oldest of the three. I don't know much
      >about the moderator, except that he is
      >Australian: <http://profiles.yahoo.com/fireofthe12>.
      >The discussion there seems to me to be
      >pretty open, though not as wild as in AT.
      >I don't recall anyone getting booted out.
      >Right now some of the more active listees
      >are refugess from AT.
      >Robert M
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