Rudolf Steiner’s relationship to meteorites can be summed up in the phrase: Get meteorites and work with them. Whether the spiritual scientist wishes to follow this injunction and aid the Archangel Michael, the spirit of the Sun, in his battle against the Dragon, Ahriman, or focus his attention on creating medicaments of meteoric iron to enhance the processes of combustion in the human blood, the power of meteorites should be seen as unique, powerful, and helpful to humanity.
In Anthroposophic medicine, meteoric iron is used to strengthen the ability for red blood cells to take up oxygen and enhance the process of respiration through a “slow burning fire”; meteoric iron also can be used for meditation and contemplation on the cosmic workings of our solar system.
In an effort to bring more light on the nature of crystals, we have gathered numerous selections from Steiner’s work to illuminate this topic that has gained so much interest from many quarters. We will not attempt a summary of this information because it might seem far-fetched and filled with fantasy. But, like it or not, crystals have tremendous secrets locked inside of them that can also be found in the human body.
Sophia, the being Steiner calls AnthropoSophia. What is most confusing is that Steiner seems to be describing three separate beings under the name of Sophia.
These three beings comprise what could be thought of as the Mother (the Creatrix), the Daughter (the Kyriotetes, the beings of Wisdom), and the being of AnthropoSophia (unique to Steiner’s teachings).
Anyone who attempts to do what Steiner gives as an important injunction for the spiritual seeker – discover the Sophia of Christ – may find themselves in a quandary attempting to unravel this mystery.
Who are these entities stuck between dimensions that are wreaking havoc upon humanity? Clif High calls them the “mantids” but Rudolf Steiner described them as the “locust people.” Tyla and Douglas explain.
We hope that you will find these vignettes, and the selected passages on Truth, to be helpful in the search for Absolute Truth, the substance of what can be found in Anthroposophy through Rudolf Steiner’s profound insight. It is also of great interest to our study of Anthroposophy to see some of the source documents that Steiner was reading as he developed his comprehensive world view – cosmology. We greatly appreciate being pointed in the direction of these early ‘pre-school theosophists’ so that further insights about Truth could be unearthed.
Stages of Deprogramming
The Power of Radical Acceptance
Learn how to feed your angels
Earthly and Cosmic Nutrition Streams
Mike and Doug expose the big lie
Taking out the British Pilgrims – American style
Incarnation of Ahriman
Douglas Gabriel joins John Barnwell is a discussion about Truth, Beauty, and Goodness as they review quotes from Rudolf Steiner on what it takes to discover ultimate truths.
The Prophecies of Our Lady of Fatima came true when Pope John Paul II was shot and went through the ordeals and challenges that eventually lead to the circumstances of his canonization as a saint. The Fatima Prophecies predicted the whole thing as well as many other details concerning the Roman Catholic Church.
Previous popes had chosen not to give the third and final prophecy to the public because they thought the condemnation of the church, described in great detail in the prophecies, cast a dark shadow over the papacy. It was held back for forty years before it was shared.
The Fall and Ascent of Man as Revealed in the Revelations of St. John
The Karma of Untruthfulness
Evil Foundations of Materialism
The Gospel of St. John as Mystery Wisdom
Introduction to Stoicism
What does the term ‘anthroposophy’ mean?
To understand the nature of the Word, as referenced by St. John, is to see through physical matter to the spirit of creation and life that stands behind Maya and the delusion of time and space. Traveling the path of the signs, wonders, and miracles that Jesus Christ performed loosens the ties of material delusion. Understanding the stages of initiation displayed in the Gospel of St. John heals those parts of the soul that have been damaged by fallen angels. The antidote to selfishness is shown through the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth.
The end goal of this path of spiritual development (initiation) is depicted in the Book of Revelation. Then, adding the personal path of “Lazarus raised”, St. John the Divine, the Beloved of the Lord, we have the path to heaven through the Holy Spirit (the comforter). Christ’s initiation and John’s initiation give us the sign-post and topology of spiritual development.