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  • --- In steiner@^$1, Hithcalen wrote: > > Never heard about D. Wilcock in France, but all this sounds like a new new-age to me. > > Mathew Morrell wrote: > Why would Jesus feel the need to marry Mary Magdalene and move to France to live the earthly, temporal life of a normal man---as David Wilcock alleges. Hello Hithcalen and Everyone, Believe that Wilcock mentioned this theme in...
    Nina Mar 2, 2007
  • problem found in earlier link - it was NOT complete: http://web.archive.org/web/20011211163911/centrexnews.com/columnists/Sva li/archive.html
    Nina Mar 1, 2007
  • --- In steiner@^$1, "Mathew Morrell" wrote: > Most Christians, on the other hand, consider the Son-as-God theology > as Testimony of God's divine love---a love that is discontent only to > bless His creation outside of life; the Christian God is an intricate > part of life, the Living God that is involved in the Created Order. > God sanctified humanity "from within" through His Son...
    Nina Mar 1, 2007
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  • Hi Everyone, Sorry.Checked the link given and it was not fruitful for unknown reason. Please read about Illuminati directly fr David Wilcock's web www.divinecosmos.com see David's Bog, then click on entry for Monday January 26th Am reading "Law of One" material AND drawn to anthroposophy as well. Am NOT trying to arouse controversy. Have own thinking cap on re- discernment...
    Nina Mar 1, 2007
  • --- In steiner@^$1, "thepathofthesunflower" wrote: > Steiner leads mankind to the Christ and to the reality of Spirit, the worlds of soul and spirit, and their beings, in virtue of his self-earned expression of divinity in his earthly man. > My love and highest respect to you Rudolf. > Caryn Dear Caryn and everyone, (You always choose the right words!) Enjoying Matthew's "preview...
    Nina Feb 28, 2007
  • --- In steiner@^$1, John Massengale wrote: > Is Jeremy Naydler an anthropop? Dear John, Naydler is described as a philosopher, cultural historian and gardener, living in Oxford. Barbara Clow mentioned him in her Catastrophobia. Wrote book, "Shamanic Wisdom in the Pyramid Texts:The Mystical Tradition of Ancient Egypt" (fr back cover - Until now,the Pyramid texts have been viewed...
    Nina Feb 12, 2007
  • --- In steiner@^$1, "thepathofthesunflower" wrote: > One could say Blood is the science of spiritual observation? > Caryn Major gaps in my education! Faust on my 2007 reading list! Thanks for sharing - copied entire 25 pages - NINA
    Nina Feb 11, 2007
  • --- In steiner@^$1, John Massengale wrote: >a good quote from Goethe about the integration of science > and spiritual observation, or something along those lines? > John Dear John, Fr "Goethe On Science" by Jeremy Naydler: p.23...Naydler summarizes in his intro: "As conceived by Goethe, science is as much an inner path of spiritual development as it is a discipline aimed at...
    Nina Feb 11, 2007
  • --- In steiner@^$1, "thepathofthesunflower" wrote: . > In particular I see this happening in Southern Africa. The primitive natives .... Dear Caryn, Meant to ask you if you've seen "The Gryphon" (by Wonderworks - got fr library when kids were younger). Set in middle school, there is a substitute teacher that enchants the students about the wonders of the world and mentions the...
    Nina Feb 8, 2007
  • --- In steiner@^$1, "thepathofthesunflower" wrote: > Especially with Isaiah whose book Im so enjoying now. > > Was reading again on the 2012. Nina do you think it is the coming to a cleansing of the Earth > Dr Steiner talks about the spiritualisation of the Earth into the > Jupiter state. The Lord's prayer says 'Thy Kingdom come thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven'. Dear...
    Nina Feb 7, 2007