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  • Robert Mason
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 29, 2009
      --- On Sun, 12/27/09, Lochmann-Verlag <willy.lochmann@...> wrote:

      > From: Lochmann-Verlag <willy.lochmann@...>
      > Subject: Fwd: "DE VERO ANNO - On the Birthday of Jezus Christ' and "The Golden Tip"
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      > Date: Sunday, December 27, 2009, 3:38 PM
      > Maybe this is of interest for you; but maybe
      > you have already heard about. Best wishes, Willy Lochmann
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      > From: Robert Jan Kelder
      > <rjkelder@...>
      > Date: 2009/12/25
      > Subject: "DE VERO ANNO - On the Birthday of Jezus
      > Christ' and "The Golden Tip"
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      > Dear Friends,
      > Acquaintances and Potentially Interested,
      > With the introduction here below the serial of
      > the third  volume of Werner Greub’s trilogy about the
      > Grail history of mankind from Zarathustra to Rudolf Steiner
      > has begun. The first installment “On the Birthday of Jesus
      > Christ” can be found through the first link below. A tip
      > on “The Golden
      > Tip”, an autobiographical true crime and love story by
      > Slobodan Mitric that has just been published, is the song
      > Gypsy scholar at the end of the film “Who’s
      > Who in The Golden Tip” made by the author and yours
      > truly, which includes an impressive list of worldly and not
      > so worldly figures from Ronald Reagan to Rudolf Steiner…
      > With season’s greetings and best
      > wishes,
      > Robert Jan Kelder
      > Introduction by the translator to Anno
      > Vero:  On
      > this Christmas Day, December 25, 2009 a start shall be made
      > by means of the following translation of a text by Werner
      > Greub (1909-1997) to commemorate the solution offered by
      > Rudolf Steiner in 1909, exactly 100 years ago, to a
      > centuries-long controversy about the exact date of birth of
      > the Jesus child, or rather of the two Jesus
      > children.
      > This
      > text is the translation of the beginning of the first
      > chapter "The rebirth of Zarathustra" in the third
      > volume of Werner Greub’s Grail trilogy "Erwachen an
      > Goethe" (The wake-up call from Goethe) on the history
      > of mankind from Zarathustra to Rudolf Steiner. The first
      > volume of this Grail trilogy was published in English as
      > “How The
      > Grail Sites Were Found – Wolfram von Eschenbach and The
      > Reality of The Grail” and presented in Canada, North
      > America and England around the turn of the millennium, and
      > published in Dutch as "William of Orange, Parzival and
      > the Grail - Wolfram von Eschenbach as Historian" and
      > presented this year on May 28th in the Amstel Church in
      > Amsterdam as part of "The New Defense Line of
      > Amsterdam”.
      > The intention is, like a serial, to contribute
      > a translation every few days to this first chapter and then
      > continue with the second chapter entitled "The Duration
      > of the Christ Incarnation and the third "Zarathustra
      > and the Magi". All these chapters  explain and expand on the
      > discovery made by Rudolf Steiner in 1909 that the Gospel of
      > Luke and the Gospel of Matthew truthfully describe the birth
      > of two different Jesus children in Bethlehem from two
      > different parents, both named Mary and Joseph.
      > The chapters in which Werner Greub developed
      > his Gospel-based, well-founded, but still controversial and
      > largely unknown theory that the age difference between the
      > two Jesus children amount to 6 years instead of just a few
      > months, are part of a fierce controversy that raged at the
      > Goetheanum, Free School of Spiritual Science in Dornach,
      > Switzerland, who in 1974 published the first volume of
      > Greub’s trilogy. This spiritual battle I have referred to
      > in my introduction to the first Dutch volume entitled
      > "Grail War at the Goetheanum," a term that stems
      > from Werner Greub, who as an officer of the Swiss army
      > engineers had his command post inside the Goetheanum during
      > World War II.
      > The intention is also that this serial be
      > interactive, i.e. I will try
      > to answer immanent criticism and defend or, as the case may
      > be, modify where necessary the lines of argumentation that
      > Greub follows. There are e.g. contributions made to
      > Wikipedia, which assert that the view of the Viennese
      > astronomer Ferrari d'Occhieppo raised in his book
      > "The Star of the Magi” published in German in Vienna
      > in 1969, and viewed by Greub as wholly evident, would be
      > obsolete or at least uncertain.
      > In
      > this way, it is hoped that through immanent criticism and
      > intellectual exchange  among scholars this third volume of
      > Werner Greub’s Grail trilogy will be elevated to the state
      > of the art in Biblical scholarship as well as in the Grail
      > history of humanity and ultimately be offered to the general
      > public as a book, a book, which the author originally began
      > more than thirty years ago, constantly changed and extended,
      > until after his death in 1997 it was first published
      > privately by his son Dr. Marcus Greub in 2004, after in 2003
      > the second volume of the trilogy saw the light of day:
      > “From Parzival to Rudolf Steiner’s Science of the
      > Grail.”
      > http://willehalminstitute.blogspot.com/
      > http://www.willehalm.nl/grailsites/index.htm
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