Re: Theos-World Steiner
May 13, 2008 11:07 AM
I recall Steiner made a journey to India and met HPB in Adyar and I think
there were some letters to him from the Adepts when he was there. How many
of us here had such a privilege?
On 5/13/08, Augoeidesfirstname.lastname@example.org <Augoeidesemail@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Konstantin,
> Well, my memory is that Rudolph Steiner was originally a Theosophist who
> was attracted to Blavatsky's teachings and joined a Lodge in Europe for some
> time. Due to his personal reflections on some issues he left Theosophy and
> founded his own movement which has continued to the present time and is
> fairly widespread. He Anthroposophy along with the Montesorri Schools which
> are very widespread here in America are two organizations that adopted
> Theosophical Principles, Teachings and Philosophy. Steiner formed the
> Waldorf Schools.Below is a Google Images Hot Link for Rudolph Steiner which
> some members may care to peruse:
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> From: "Konstantin Zaitzev" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> --- In email@example.com, Raquel Rodríguez <raquel_rpj@...>
> > Steiner... Rudolf Steiner I recon.
> > Does his philosophy accords with Theosophy?
> Partly. It's christianized theosophy. If some call even Krishnamurti's
> teaching theosophical why cannot call so the Steiner's?
> Yet while most theosophists believe in the long succession of
> avataras, Steiner asserted the unique place of Jesus Christ in history
> of humanity.
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