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Re: Steiner on supersensible history

Peter wrote: "The notion of timeless spiritual truths available to the initiated is central to modern esoteric worldviews, including anthroposophy. This makes
sardisian01
10:54 PM
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29971

Re: Steiner on supersensible history

Thanks for this brief survey, Peter. YouÆll be interested in knowing that the curriculum of the first public Waldorf high school in California includes
Dan Dugan
7:20 PM
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29970

Steiner on supersensible history

Last week I mentioned Steiner's claim, in Cosmic Memory, that his own reports from the Akashic chronicle were superior to what he called "ordinary history." In
Peter Staudenmaier
1:16 AM
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29969

Re: ignorance

... It is still Marxism: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communalism_(political_philosophy) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communalism_(political_philosophy)
carynlouise24
May 1
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29968

Characteristics of a waldorf/steiner school

Perhaps you've all seen this already, but I thought I'd post it anyway. There's now an extension/addition to the waldorf school criteria set down by
alicia h.
Apr 30
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29967

Re: ignorance

Caryn Louise wrote What are you having Marxists propaganda drummed into you Peter? And here I was beginning to think that you are a free-thinker.
tmasthenes13
Apr 30
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29966

Re: Issue of Black Crayons

Oh, Caryn Louise, you are just so peachy, cute, keen of wit and ever-flowering in your anthroposophical insights. Would you be offended if I nicknamed you
tmasthenes13
Apr 30
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29965

Re: ignorance

PS: “…yawn … yawn …..Factors like these are a continual hindrance to engaging Steiner's admirers in informed discussion about their movement. If we're
carynlouise24
Apr 30
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29964

Re: Issue of Black Crayons

I find it sad that colour crayons are presumed to be related to a human being’s skin colour. It is narrow-minded mediocrity. Recently over the past couple
carynlouise24
Apr 30
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29963

the karma of historical ignorance

Today is the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Munich on April 30, 1945. Munich is the city where the Nazi movement began, and where I am staying at the
Peter Staudenmaier
Apr 30
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29962

Re: Issue of Black Crayons

Caryn wrote: "I remember one favourite activity when I was a child and that was painting a brightly coloured picture, like a butterfly, and then covering the
sardisian01
Apr 29
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29961

Re: Issue of Black Crayons

I remember one favourite activity when I was a child and that was painting a brightly coloured picture, like a butterfly, and then covering the whole page with
carynlouise24
Apr 29
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29960

Re: Steiner's Polemic on Theosophy, c. 1907

Alicia wrote: "and no thanks, I decline the offer to be lectured or preached to. That's not why I'm here." I am here to find out what you know. It is not
sardisian01
Apr 29
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29959

Re: Ahriman and the External World

" these conversations lead nowhere -- thus, for rmy part, I'm ending it. There are plenty of interesting anthroposophical books and lectures out there, but you
sardisian01
Apr 29
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29958

Re: Ahriman and the External World

On 29 April 2015 at 16:25, sardisian01@... [waldorf-critics] ... My intention was to suggest that Tom could offer you a lecture. Starting with your basic
alicia h.
Apr 29
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