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Re: [steiner] rosicrucian fellowship & steiner

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  • nicholas dee
    thank you so much doc starman! nicholas __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail - Free email you can access from
    Message 1 of 4 , Sep 16, 2000
      thank you so much doc starman!
      nicholas


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    • jla
      Nicolas, It may be helpful to review the posting archives on this. The simple story is: Heindel under his given name of Grahof, attended Steiner s lectures and
      Message 2 of 4 , Sep 18, 2000
        Nicolas,

        It may be helpful to review the posting archives on this. 

        The simple story is:

        Heindel under his given name of Grahof, attended Steiner's lectures and met him in 1907 and 1908.
        He told Steiner he was working on a east/west encyclopedia of occultism and wanted to use some of Steiner's materials.
        Steiner wanted acknowledgment of this.

        Shortly after these meetings, Heindel asserts that he met a Rosicrucian Elder or Adept who introduced to him the teachings now found in the Fellowship publications. ( Heindel claims that he soon thereafter verified most of the the teachings for himself in the spiritual worlds)
        Steiner, Anthroposophists and some others are convinced Heindel lifted and used lecture notes and materials from Steiner without acknowledgment.
        Heindel's proponents claim that the Rosicrucian and Anthroposophia teachings emanate from the same central sources common to both spiritual streams and thus the similarity in content and language.
         

        Jeff Auen
         

        nicholas dee wrote:

         

        dear dr. starman,
           the teachings of the rosicrucian fellowship (max
        heindel) are very similar to those of steiner or vice
        versa, why?  and what's their difference?  thanks.
                                             nicholas
         

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      • nicholas dee
        thanks for that jla. __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail - Free email you can access from anywhere!
        Message 3 of 4 , Sep 18, 2000
          thanks for that jla.

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