RE: [steiner] Re: Warmth
- *******I could ask for evidence for this theory from anything in
anthroposophy, since it doesn't agree with anything I know, after 30 years
of study. Quotes from Steiner or other anthroposophists, for instance. But I
seem to know what the answer would be. Sorry, not playing the game anymore.
The group's name is "Steiner" because people want to study his insights. You
can start one anytime called Hale to put up your own ideas.
Others in the group can see if something is truly from anthroposophy. I
don't need to protect them. We'll just see where it leads. But obviously
when you say cold is hot and you first put up irrelevant quotes and then
admit it's your own theory, well, there's not a lot of point in pursuing
questions further. You can theorize anything you want, but for clarity to
others, in anthroposophy the Ahrimanic beings work in the cold, dense Earth
element, which they form. Quite opposite are the beings who work in fire and
combustion. In Steiner's art and Mystery Plays one comes to experience these
2 opposite beings, through speech and movement, in a way much deeper than
head-forces are able to. Their ancient Greek names Satanas and Diabolus also
show their natures.
>From: "Stephen Hale" <sardisian01@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [steiner] Re: Warmth
>Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2007 00:18:02 -0000
>--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Durward Starman" <DrStarman@...>
> > *******This once again is irrelevant to heat being connected to
>Ahriman; it makes no mention of it.
>What you have to try to understand is that cold, ahrimanic
>intellectuality is what becomes of human thought when we are dragged
>down by ahriman's devouring of the elemental spirits in our food.
>The heat value, now assimilating in our digestive system, turns our
>thoughts away from what strives upwards toward the higher worlds,
>and instead presses downward, making a material world alone
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- *******No more anti-US remarks, please.
>Steve Hale wrote:
> > America tends to go its own way, and make up its own rules for the
> > way things ought to be done, even for the rest of the world.
> > --- In email@example.com, "Mathew Morrell" <tma4cbt@> wrote:
> > >
> > > > Starman why are you being so horrible to Stephen?
> > >
> > >
> > > Caryn, why didn't you pose the same question to Stephen when he
> > > launched his ad hominem attacks on my personal history,
> > continually
> > > mentioning my involvement with the Ramtha School during my teen
> > age
> > > years to demean and humiliate me. Were you asleep, Caryne?
> > >
> > > Little by little, Stephen is revealing the true reason he joined
> > this
> > > forum; with these types of people it's not good enough that the
> > whole
> > > Rudolph Steiner community on the Internet is dominated by
> > > Leftists like himself. He has to convert this one too, or make
> > himself
> > > a total nuisance until conservatives and moderates throw up their
> > arms
> > > and quit. His faux displays of friendliness are nothing more
> > > linguistic tools he uses to manipulate and control other people.
> > At
> > > least he's never made an attempt to enter the warmth and
> > understanding
> > > that permeated this group before his arrival.
> > >
> > > Mathew
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