- Hi again.
A specific suggestion. I think your basic argument, to a judge or anyone else, should be that in removing your daughter from a Waldorf school (whether or not you did this intentionally), you did her an enormous favor. Indeed, you acted as any loving, rational parent *should* act.
(Forgive me for suggesting a lot of reading, below. Eventually you may want to do a tremendous amount of reading on these subjects, but for now merely skimming some of the following may prove helpful to you.)
Waldorf schools are built on Anthroposophy, which is a pagan, occult religion. [See, e.g., "Is Anthroposophy a Religion?" and "Was He Christian?" https://sites.google.com/site/waldorfwatch/is-it-a-religion https://sites.google.com/site/waldorfwatch/was-he-christian ]
In effect, Anthroposophy is a cult, centered on Rudolf Steiner, who was a self-described clairvoyant and occultist. [See "Clairvoyance", "Occultism", "The Waldorf Teacher's Consciousness", and "What a Guy". https://sites.google.com/site/waldorfwatch/clairvoyance https://sites.google.com/site/waldorfwatch/occultism https://sites.google.com/site/waldorfwatch/waldorf-teachers-consciousness https://sites.google.com/site/waldorfwatch/what-a-guy ]
Waldorf schools exist to spread the religion of Anthroposophy, and they try to lure their students into this religion. Usually, they do this be stealth. [See "Here's the Answer" and "Spiritual Agenda". Also: "Secrets". https://sites.google.com/site/waldorfwatch/heres-the-answer https://sites.google.com/site/waldorfwatch/spiritual-agenda https://sites.google.com/site/waldorfwatch/secrets ]
The damage inflicted by Waldorf schools can last a lifetime. Saving your daughter from this is precisely what you, as a good parent, should have done.
- No worries Roger,
I've been burning the midnight oil lately and haven't had much free time to post but I intend to post on this topic.
Your experience describes my son's experience (so far after Highland Hall) perfectly (to me). It could have been my son writing it.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Roger Rawlings" <downfromfog@...> wrote:
> In its wisdom, the list has moved on to other matters. Still, I'd like to remain on the subject of "help" for at least one more posting, and I'll do this by discussing that infinitely fascinating and instructive subject: myself.