Re: Theos-World Steiner and Hitler were contemporaries
Mar 10, 2003 07:13 AM
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Morten Nymann Olesen" <global-
> Hi Netemara and all of you,
> Thanks Netemara. The below remarks got me to meditate deeply - and
> finished yet....
> My views, which are only views and nothing else:
> To me there certainly is something nasty about the R. Steiner (in
> circles known as "little Hitler") break away from Theosophical
Society - and
> also the Krishnamurti Messiah - fanatism, which all of it happenend
> before Hitler rose to power. And the result of that was the
formation of the
> present United Nations - with its strange construction - The
> Counsil, where some members has more right than others. The
> members of the counsil, that is !
> (You know - we are all born equal, but some are more equal than
> George Orwell "Animal Farm" !)
> The word "UBERMENSCH" creeps in when thinking about the present
> Nations Security Counsil !
> The new Jew is now the Muslims, well at least to a certain degree.
> What a mesh...
> M. Sufilight with peace and love...
Thanks for being open minded about my remarks. I was only sharing
what I have experienced and the benefit of my vast meditation and
reading on the subjects at hand. I have not read ALL of Steiner's
works but I don't have to. I have not read all of Hitler's
biographies nor all of Mein Kampf but I don't have to.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "netemara888" <netemara888@y...>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Sunday, March 09, 2003 3:11 PM
> Subject: Theos-World Steiner and Hitler were contemporaries
> > I spent time carefully reading a couple of Steiner's works and if
> > THIS is not the inspiration for Hitler's words and deeds I don't
> > what is. The thought that came to me when I read Steiner and
> > the dates of their lives is that Hitler could have even been
> > occupying both bodies at one time! That's how similar their auras
> > spirits were. But if you do compare the dates when Steiner died
> > forget the year, then immediately after that Hitler's power became
> > explosive. I mean everything he touched after that came to
> > until his demise at the hands of the Allies.
> > That is food for thought. Steiner's work is scary to me. His
> > also believe in and channel a spirit named Michael. I am not sure
> > that fits in but read him. He changed the name of his group from
> > Theosophy and changed its ideals as well. I can't read his works
> > much because I am don't like the feeling of evil I get by
> > coming out of his works. This is NOT the feeling I have ever
> > from reading Blavatsky or from reading Bailey.
> > Netemara
> > Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to
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