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"We're confident that biodynamic agriculture will continue to realize the ideal goal ordinary materialism is digging its own grave. The cow is not a milk factory victory. The Hen is not an egg laying machine. The soil is not a chemical laboratory as the Ju- professors would have us believe see first half of the synthesis yeah maybe they're maybe they're in college when my Jewish professor told me that hens were egg-laying machines yes classic Judaism. Am Class was called the Hans. Now anthroposophy did succeed in getting itself heavily purged by the Nazis. Now this is largely because of a little fella named Rudolph Hass. What do you know about Rudolf? Hess Rudolf Hess was wasn't a Hitler's best friend for a long time or is he was Hitler's Reich Sphere or second in command or whatever he was the deputy of the Reich for a while Indonesia yet ed butcher or something I mean all these fucking guys were all like ex- like like just regular mother fuckers like loading dock manager Shit who put on face he was don't be stupid ass outfits so hess was the guy he was Hitler's best friend for a long time when they were in prison together. Hitler dictated mine comp and hence did a lot of the actual typing for it so hess was like as close to Hitler as a person could be and hess was a believer in all of the ridiculous Esoteric Witchcraft Naziism stuff that you could possibly fucking believe picture of his eyebrows I for the first thing that came to my mind. I don't understand how these master race. motherfuckers excused excused like these these obvious slink the mastery says fucking eyebrows look like too goddamn snakes or yeah anyway. It's Bhatty so yeah it was a big Big Fan of the occult big supporter of he was in the The the Tula Society was a big believer in like a lot of the stuff steiner said and he was a major supporter of anthroposophy biodynamic farming and like was a big advocate for Steiner type beliefs in the Reich but in nineteen forty one he hopped in a plane and flew to Scotland now. We don't know why exactly the most plausible theory is that he was a legitimately delusional person and actually mentally bill and convinced himself that he could negotiate peace with England on the eve of the German invasion of Russia right he did not succeed in this and was instantly captured and nobody was incredibly incredibly embarrassing has had again been Hitler's right hand man throughout most of his rise to power literally writing down yeah a lot of Hitler's words when has abandoned him Hitler took it personally and since has had been a major Nazi advocate for Colt Bullshit his exiting the picture provided more practical monsters like Reinhard Heidrick with an opportunity to purge each other Nazis they disagreed with Heidrick by the way is like maybe the worst of the Nazis widely considered to be the architect of the Holocaust the butcher of MM Arabia terrible person now while anthroposophy was excised from German public life due to this biodynamic farming continued from the very start of world were to biodynamic growers had worked Heinrich Himmler's S S to help plan for the agricultural colonisation of the occupied eastern territories the plan was to uproot in eliminate the slobs and replacing them with German farmers to biodynamic advocates this represented an incredible opportunity they would have a chance to rework all of Eastern Europe into one enormous organic organic biodynamic farm starting in October of Nineteen thirty nine the established a biodynamic agricultural school in occupied Poland so after or Hess's Flight Heinrich Himmler ordered the SS to use the term natural farming for organic agriculture rather than biodynamic but nothing changed about the methods heads or the individuals involved many of whom were dedicated anthroposophic and Steiner Followers Gunther punk a biodynamic advocate became head of the SS office of recent settlement in Nineteen thirty eight his goal was to fill the concord east with biodynamic farms run by soldier farmers. I'm going to quote from Sodden Meyer One more time. The centerpiece of the biodynamic operations was the sizeable plantation at dock how which produced medicinal herbs and other organic goods for the SS as at Ravensbruck the Labor at the dock. How biodynamic plantation Haitian was performed by camp inmates from nineteen forty one onwards the DACA operation was overseen by anthroposophic Franz Liberate a leader of the biodynamic movement from its beginnings in head gardener at Lleida data from nineteen twenty four to nineteen forty so in at least two concentration camps there were biodynamic farms operated by slave laborers that is the birth Sir of organic biodynamic farming was literal concentration camps so that's cool? We'll let it and demeanor both operated happily under the third heard right along with other less mystical companies like IBM but the inherently fascistic roots of much of the organic farming movement have continued today a sizable minority of organic farmers in the the US and Europe are far right extremists whose quest for purity unfortunately extends beyond keeping their corn pesticide-free. Obviously this doesn't mean anyone who runs an organic farmer supports Organic Ganic farming is a Nazi the ideas of evolved a lot since then anymore than the IBM chip in my laptop makes me a fascist but it is important to understand the problematic roots of Steiner's ideas because they are still very much influential to this day and this my friend is when we talk about Marianne Williamson Okay Yeah now she is not to my knowledge in anthroposophic but her beliefs are close enough in line to anthroposophy that she regularly shows up alongside them in literature for example I found the book `Isms and all the movements ideas and doctrines that have shaped our world it includes a brief discussion of Steiner anthroposophy the very next paragraph discusses is the Unity Church which was founded in eighteen eighty nine as a sort of combination of new thought Hinduism Buddhism and Theo sophy quote today unity a new thought have blurred into to the new age which adds a spiritualized version of quantum physics and a psychological therapeutic aspect to the doctrinal mix Marianne Williamson who was a unity pastor Gary Zubkov and Wayne Dwyer wire only a few bestselling writers who proclaim that spiritual growth follows from a transformation of our ways of thinking now I found another interesting article on the Southern Cross review reflection election on the anthroposophic path of schooling it mentions Williamson and Steiner in the same paragraph like Steiner we was read and make connections with the great spiritual literatures of the world this enriches our view of the spiritual world can also provide assistance when we have difficulty with meditation or get stuck in our personal growth although our goal is to gain knowledge of the spiritual world that Steiner saw so clearly and beautifully we should not become dependent on his insights. If we're develop our own ability to see the spirit we must develop the ability to think for ourselves even study of contemporary spiritual spiritual teachers like Marianne Williamson can help us develop this ability so that's that's a guy advocating for the charitable reading of Steiner's texts now again. There's nothing inherently Nazi here and I'm not saying the author of that piece or Marianne are fascists because again a lot of the racism has been pruned out of the modern publications of Steiner's work doc but it is worrying to me how close some of her beliefs seem to intertwined with Steiner's a terrifying number of his followers had no difficulty diving headfirst into fascism mini mini considered it a natural step forward and I'm worried that some of those same ideas are still very common today now Marianne Williamson herself of course Jewish and I do not believe she is a fascist but but I do think she harbors a number of these toxic beliefs she's famously said sickness is an illusion and does not actually exist and the fact that this sort of nonsense isn't seen as immediately eighty disqualifying and a candidate deeply concerns me when one type of anti-scientific bullshit can propagate other more toxic ideas can also breed this is the most important lesson lesson we can take from the life and ideas of Rudolf Steiner at the end of the episode. Hey listen to this very an williamson is another one of these rich which kids she she had a wasted decade where she moved to New Mexico and lived in a geodesic dome with her boyfriend and she also oh was going to pursue a career as a cabaret singer but got distracted by quote bad boys in good dope. I mean well you now. We all get distracted by bad boys and good dope for a period of time right but then when these people find the way or what they think is the way these big ego people bowl decide that everybody I mean it's so like you basically attach universal. You have a huge ego. See with attach like e you take your personal journey and then you you kind of try and impose it on everybody else. It's like it's very it's very like a myopic vic tunnel vision near some. It's just very selfish. It's this idea that that your personal journey somehow you forget get your approval. You're one of this privileged class that gets to spend all its time. you know thinking about shit that you really really shouldn't be thinking about you should just be most of the time probably minding your own fucking business but it ended up this huge amount of space in your life where you live in geodesic domes and then in and it's just leads to this I dunno attaching so much importance to your own narrative that doesn't deserve yeah and it it leads to problematic shit like like what you see in Marianne Williamson's writings and stuff. She'll talk about sickness and disease as if it's it's not a thing that just happens randomly to some people it's tied into like aspects of your what you believe or like how you act what sort of energy who invite and it's it's not she would never say you. If you have cancer. It's your fault but that's one of the interpretations of the things that she writes in. It's why a lot of like disabled people the people who were born with disabilities or whatever like get really scared when they see this person starting to gain steam in politics because a shitload of stuff that she's written is the same Kinda Shit Steiner was writing about how like oh well. You know if you didn't. I don't think she would literally says that like Oh. Your ghost balked before jumping into your body and that's why your arm doesn't work right but a lot of her beliefs about sickness and stuff are very much in line with fat and it's this like it's this new age positive thinking bullshit a lot of which is directly descended from phiosophy which is also one of the root movements of the Nazi movement and it doesn't mean that like if you're into new age shit your Nazi obviously but it does mean that like similar patterns of thought can lead to to both things and like one of the things I found that was really interesting to me while I was doing this research was just like a twitter post. Marianne Williamson said where she noted that like Oh people people on the left or way meaner than me than people on the right like everybody talks about how meeting the right is but the left has been really like those are the ones who've been the meanest to me and somebody quotas instead. I think one of the scary things things about American politics in the next few years is that people don't realize how easy it is for folks with kind of Kooky new age left wing views to turn hard right I knew and not like it was a journalist I talked to a Nazi. Militia leader wants who sent his kids to a Waldorf school because he believed in a lot of the same Louis Bullshit like there's is a certain level of like if you get into some of these weird esoteric beliefs other esoteric belief systems like Nazism are going to be more enticing to you you then just embracing like the world's like like yeah. Let's not believe this Kinda blessed land. They'll be fixed problems yeah if you you'll be accepted it. If you get Kooky you're GONNA WANNA hang out with kooks and only kooks are GonNa are going to tolerate you or respect you because you are talking shit and you make no sense I mean she has no business speculating about the causes of diseases. She's not a doctor. She's a person who comes from a background background of geodesic domes and bad boys and good dope and and I hate the expression stay in your lane but to an to it is a it's a matter of you're talking to your ass and people who are also talking out of their asses will be a lot nicer to you than other people who are like realistic back saying you know what you're talking about. Stop talking about diseases and causes of diseases. You don't know what the fuck you are saying peer Oh but these other people are much nicer to me because because they're insane. That's why yeah and it's like you find a lot of the shit that was at the core of bio dynamism is also at the core of like what Williamson says about healthcare. She said this recently in Detroit while she was campaigning for president and talking about like reforming the health care system we need need to be the party talking about why so many of our chemical policies and our food policies in our agricultural policies in our environmental policies and even our economic policies are leading to people getting sick to begin with which which again you can interpret that in a reasonable way or you can interpret it in the Stein area way where it's like Oh that could lead to some really fucking uncomfortable conclusions about about the world she said Shit like people who want to avoid the swine flu should pour God's love on their immune systems yeah like she said Shit about vaccines ax scenes..

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

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05:59 min | 1 year ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"And subscribe describe at Apple Podcast iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts we're back so the Rudolf Steiner Dune our that fucking Cafardo made racist do now biodynamic pharmacies lifting today a day. You know what's Funny Quick Robert. I gotTa Tell You I've I've mentioned this other podcasts I don't know why said that but I just Mitch. I mentioned this all the time. Let me put put it that way not on podcast on the street anywhere because I'm still knocked out by the fact that the renaissance happened because of coffee like coffee became readily available in Europe at the exact same time that kicked off of the renaissance and I guess that's a real fact so I really it had an influence for share. It's probably not the whole the whole thing. I'd say. It was fifty fifty so so I I just it's amazing. I wish that we could have shut off the coffee as applied to a Germany between the years nineteen eighteen and nineteen thirty four. I I will say this when you really get into the weeds of reading about European in history one of the thoughts you repeatedly are led to his boy. We should really cut the Germans often. They're Caffeine's hundred people more aw tired yeah. These people needed to be sleepy. How I SORTA got too much done time machine? Go back smash all fucking coffee coffee machines Germany in one thousand nine hundred what speaking of where coffee came into Europe. There's a single point at which you could have stopped coffee spread so one of the sort of the which generally generally credited as like how coffee became part of Europe is like when the Ottomans laid siege to I think it was I think it might have been fucking. I don't know if it was Vienna or Yeah I think it was Vienna when the Ottoman Empire laid siege to one of the cities in Europe and they got their asses. I think this is when like the Polish winged hussars like like broke their army and routed it. Take your way to work. Do they left their camp behind right so they outside this European city leave their camp behind and being Turks camp included huge bags of coffee and light jazz jesuits coffee pots for Turkish copy for so Europeans like started trying this shit out and they're like Oh my God this stuff's amazing but also they were like Oh my God this. This is like a heathen evil Muslim drink like is this something we have to ban in prosecute and so they took it to the pope and the pope tried the coffee because everyone was like. Is this a devil gavel drink. Can we drink this and the pope trade. It was like this shit's amazing. I've never wanted to say mass more than my life. The Pope I think it was Pope Clement I forget which a number but he had numbers after him but it was Pope Clement I think baptized at the beverage of coffee in order to make it acceptable for Christians like that's how coffee came into Christendom is the pope like officially baptized it so that that Christians could driver hats tall to yeah. That's an awesome story. It's so so great I love that the fi first people discovered coffee in Europe man or anybody the first person to discover coffee. I'm just jealous of yeah. Okay let it cool myths about that too but back to biodynamic the biodynamic association which is like a an organization for biodynamic farmers says this an explaining what it is quote quote each biodynamic farmer garden as an integrated whole organism. This organism is made up of many interdependent elements fields forest plants animals soils compost people in the spirit of the place biodynamic farmers and gardeners worked to nurture and harmonize these elements managing them in a holistic in dynamic way to support the health and vitality of the whole it sounds good right yeah now right above that on their biodynamic principles and practices page. They say this quote biodynamic is rooted in the work of philosopher and scientist Dr Rudolf Steiner who's nine hundred twenty four lectures farmers open a new way to integrate scientific understanding with the recognition of spirit in nature now as with anthroposophic medicine Rudolf it off Steiner was never a farmer. That's interesting absolutely it was a scientist Dieter. Yeah of course not what I was wondering yeah. That's what I was wondering. I've seen this man has got boundless. That's never a fucking doctor either Z. dictating while he was farming dictated ski my dad like a PhD but he was never a medical doctor Dr Yeah Wow okay yeah so he never he just like he just passed. He's had this idea basically racism that may be an farms could be a pure if they had less Jew in them well. That's that's kind of where this is headed and sorta already said Yeah I mean one of the things about purity's parties in society and in the farm he wasn't wrong about every aspect of biodynamic farming because he was one of a number people looking at the way industrial farming had been started in Europe since World War One and it was really toxic and involved a lot of horrible chemicals like people were doing fucked up shit to the land and he was able to see like Oh. Maybe we should do less fucked up up shits the land he also mix that in with a bunch of insane but every aspect of what he was saying wasn't wrong. There were a lot of problems with industrial agriculture as there are today and he was one of the first people who pointed that out he just also was not a farmer and did not know what the fuck was talking about in any complex sense of the phrase phrase right. It's not gonNA clock being right every whatever they say broken racist Claude occasionally right yeah yeah now you may notice that none of what I've read their gives us much insight into what biodynamic farming actually involves it's just a lot of vaguely positive flowery language about the spirit of the land so I found two thousand seventeen article in the Guardian which focuses on the rapid growth of biodynamic farms in the United States it cited the CO director of demeanor. USA Remember the name of that company a nonprofit certifier of biodynamic farms in the United States they claim to the acreage devoted biodynamic farming in this country.

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

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07:50 min | 1 year ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"They were forced under pressure from the state to leave these institutions. There is no record of their gentile anthroposophic comrades protesting this racial exclusion much less putting up any internal resistance to it in fact some anthroposophic offices like the law professor Ernst von Hippo endorsed the expulsion of Jews from German universities so couple. I was just thinking about something like so. The Post World War One period for Germany was similar in a way to the post nine eleven of post post Iraq war period were in now in the United States in the sense that the narrative has been shattered like the narrative that Germany was this ascendant power was shattered by World War One they lost and that fucked up their citizenry because there was no more storyline people need story lines to proceed head people like them and they they really need them for security sake even if they're imaginary and in the United States right now post nine eleven and post government bail out of the banks and post Iraq back war. No one is sure what we stand for anymore. They don't believe that America stands for bringing democracy to the globe. They don't believe that we we stand for the they don't believe the American dream anymore and it so often that these these spaces in history are filled with racist narratives to give a story line back to culture because right now American culture is flailing around similar to Germany's post World War One. I feel like America feels pretty bad about itself and it's looking for a way a narrative to attach I'm sure you've seen her hyper normalization. Yeah you know that kind of thing where it's just these he's the spaces in history are very dangerous because they allow for anybody to come in with some crackpot philosophy that people will be like Oh thank God i just need something thing to follow and one of the things that's luckiest about our current time because we are in what I consider to be a dangerous situation and there are some parallels to where Germany was in between nineteen thirteen and nineteen thirty to one of the big benefits that we have is that a very very very very very very very vanishingly tiny fraction. Shen of our adult population has any experience in combat or war and that the wars that sort of have have had cratering impact on kind of our national self image didn't involve volve very many people one of the reasons that the early Nazis were so dangerous that is not something we see with most of like the proud boys and the other sort of fascist groups oops the vast majority of those guys in modern day have never seen combat. All of the Nazis were guys not a single one of them flinched from physical. They're all physically career Adolf Hitler it learn got into whip fights with people where he would be like tearing pieces of their faces off and would-be like getting shot at and stuff like they they were all. I know I mean one of the benefits benefits we have is that our fascists are mostly physical coward so yeah. It's one of the reasons I have some hope that we can overwhelmed overwhelmed this. This thing is that most of these guys like the Nazis were more willing to gamble than Are Fascists have so far been so I have a saving grace fits that I wish there was a way democratic and I say democratic I mean politicians could just say something like that. Instead of the nonsense Democrat candidate saying saying debates like I mean I I I just. I wish they could just say hey. Here's here's a nuanced view of what's happening right now. Here's what trump is I mean. I know that's not going to happen but you know what I mean like. Trump is a cartoon to fill space in a historical narrative that is lacking direction right now wean. We need a new myth because myths are the core of any society yeah and that's that's part of what like Steiner and a number of other people like collectively over a long period of time created for German yeah. That's what that's kind of. Why Madam Boulevard Skis teachings really take off off in a big way in like the immediately prewar and postwar period like she's she's in these other thinkers like Steiner providing this mythical idea a of the area and race and like this conflict that they have with the Jews and it explains like that was necessary for the Germans to explain you know how they'd lost World War One? was this idea that like there was this deeper conspiracy and Steiner wasn't saying that as as much he did say a bit of stuff like that but his beliefs about sort of how these like alien races weakening the areas and how like the Jews are not really a part heart of this this this thing that that all played into this greater theory of somebody is trying to stop us from taking our our rightful ascendant place ace in the community of nations yeah now. Let's talk about organic farming so I've mentioned a couple of times that Rudolf Steiner kind of invented organic farming and I don't mean that he invented the concept of farming without like pesticides or fertilizer like obviously people have been doing that since forever but he is one of the main people behind inventing kind of our modern concept of organic farming as in opposition to industrial farming. What time does Geico up in the morning? That's what I want. fucking got a half hour night like a lot of criticism of Rudolf Steiner. Laziness is not one of them. I I wish he had done let us yeah. These people need the fucking settled down. When I started my research into Steiner I found my way to a twitter thread started by Dr Sarah Taber? She's a crop scientist and she had a hot. Take on Steiner's particular farming innovation which is called biodynamic farming arming quote so organic is what happened when Europe had to start using artificial fertilizers because they'd spent a hundred plus years throwing sewage into the ocean and the land was all out of nutrients German spiritualists. Were like chemical fertilizers in my food. Oh hell no that's way too Jewish. Rudolf Steiner's work was like sixty seventy percent racist theory and organic Shaniqua just the so this is what my racist theory means for farming site of his work. German racism was soon judge to be embarrassing so later editions of his work just deleted those chapters eventually nineteen eighteen sixties. US counter culture kids picked up additions of standards books with the most egregious racial theory material deleted they picked up on the nature and back to the land down with artificial vibe and and had no idea that it was all an anti Semitic tirade and that's essentially accurate Dr Sarah Taber gives a pretty good summary there but but we're going to get into the weeds of biodynamic farming next but before we get into the weeds incredible you know what doesn't promote weeds. What is this? Are you doing at break from an ad plug. Yes you know if you need glencoe phosphate that you can healthily drink. Are you tired of bees existing in Dube's piss you off. Have you been on recently rock. They just play that scene from stand by me when mccully Kokin gets killed by the be like Monsanto putting an end to this bullshit so this is an ad break. I assume you fucking ad break yeah. is it hits..

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13:15 min | 1 year ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Listen and subscribe at Apple Podcast iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts we're back and we're talking thing about the cigarette factory that started a school now as you might guess school founded by the CEO of a cigarette factory did not pretend to great things for the future of Human Health Dr Edzard Ernst is determine that between nineteen ninety nine and two thousand ten ten outbreaks measles in the UK The Netherlands Austria and Germany have centered around Waldorf schools rules all of which had immunization rates lower than ten percent. There are more than eight hundred Waldorf schools in the world today. Many of these are well regarded institutions and a huge number of famous people have graduated from them a lot of folks who work at the schools are I'm sure find people in educators but there are also some really fucking dark stories from these blazes sharing Lombard apparent whose daughter was enrolled in a Waldorf school had this experience when her kid got sick quote the anthroposophic doctor made a diagnosis. My child had lost the will to live. He announced one of the potential chill cares we were to give our daughter red yellow and orange crayons to color with I looked at my husband in disbelief when the doctor instructed us to make the sign of a flame out of orem cream over my child's heart bedtime I was dumbfounded. He told us to apply the gold cream from below the heart upwards towards the sky so that's well that's medicine. How did this all right? But why did this woman not have any idea that the school was weird well. That's been a Waldorf school if you're alrighty a crackpot but it's got a great it's got a great reputation for like the arts and stuff and they do like a lot of really famous actors and musicians and stuff went to Waldorf schools. They seem to be good at encouraging creativity and they're willing to they want the networking for their kids and they're willing to kill them in the if if they. I don't think they really look into it that hard all right. They don't know what anthroposophic medicine is really but they know that the doctor there is an actual degree. Yeah makes sense if you will get the colts. They've they ellum home. What one thing about it? They just don't tell the other thing about it exactly in this parents they love the Waldorf School. It's so great it's all about creativity and also they won't give you anti medicine but we're not going to get if your daughter sick. They'll give her crayons yeah. I mean that's that's that's the way that stuff works. It's true now. This woman's daughter was eventually intially hospitalized and she did recover under the care of normal doctors and if the impact of Waldorf schools was a few sick and presumably a couple of dead kids. I might not happy writing this episode but the rabbit hole of weird here goes a lot deeper and this is where things get racist as roundabout yeah Y- yeah there's a lot it was really hard to figure out the like how to pattern this out time wise because there's just so much to get to so that we're going to be jumping around a little bit more more than usual in this episode mocked up in that I was already mad at a Rudolph the red nosed reindeer for for for Oh. He's the only get sick nick and now I forgot all about the racism yep so I felt a fascinating right up by a former Waldorf student also on Quack Watch this student points out that the vast majority George Steiner spiritual beliefs and the ideas behind anthroposophy itself. We're actually hidden from the students at the school. They don't talk about these beliefs like to the kids quote. The Waldorf I attended was lovely. Caring teachers and pleasant carefully selected classmates for the most part I enjoyed my years there war for small twenty or so students at each grade level. The ambiance was close in comfortable Steiner would have wanted Waldorf was a religious school but with the twist it hit its faith the school presented itself as a progressive ultra-modern learning institution and in some ways it was but the secular kind of framing of this was a disguise quote. We students memorize no passages suggest from holy books we sang from no hymnals yet a strange aura hung about the school. There was a pervasive but unspecified spiritual listrik vibe in almost every lesson in almost every activity it was hard for most patients to detect but we students felt it to one degree or another it was in the air we breathed it defined the tenor and subtext of our days ultimately shaped shaped and colored our education as effectively as if priests were delivering sermons to us so you don't state this stuff out right but you kind of try to teach these kids some of the spiritual ritual lessons of your beliefs like covertly without sort of directly proselytizing you're talking about the actual Shit Steiner believed later later on in the right up. This student gives a deeply settling example of what precisely lurked beneath the surface in twelfth grade. This happened to him in a biology class taught by the school headmaster under a guy named Gardner quote. He explained that the various races stood at different levels of moral development each was forging its own destiny. He said these things sympathetically mm pathetically with no hint of condescension yet. The vibe was in the room that morning the terms he used were more metaphysical than biological the oriental races he said are ancient wise but vitiated the African races are youthful unformed childlike standing near the center of humanity is family are currently the most advanced raises the whites who said where's this. Is there any references to where the school is or. I think this one yeah this one is in the United States. I believe it's on the east coast. This is during the nineteen seventies. I think nick when this happened well yeah. The author of this article also recalled it unsettling botany class with a teacher named Hertha Carl who also taught German and earth Earth Science. Whatever that is quote we find her on facebook? I think she's dead now. She would have been a mature adult says yeah of all the Waldorf Faculty she made the least effort to disguise her devotion to steiner she drew figures of eight on the blackboard and lectured us about limits gates the mystic interaction of the lyric in a feerick forces which is the basic structure of nature. She said during one days main lesson she veered off topic to warn us to never received blood transfusions from members of other races Blackson axon orientals have blood types that are physically different from ours she taught us and receiving such inferior blood would diminish our area and qualities yeah nothing. Nothing coated about that yeah yeah nothing. Nothing coated there so Rudolf Steiner did not live particularly fascinating life he mostly wrote and lectured and taught people crazy shit throughout the early nineteen twenties he did thousands of lectures three hundred and thirty alone from January to September of nineteen twenty four he died in March arch of nineteen twenty five and his followers suggests that he basically exhausted himself with his workload hell those his has eighteen sixties he would have been like in his fifties or sixties now he did not have what I would call a particularly compelling life by the standards of other leaders like L. Ron Hubbard like when it comes to the details we know about his existence. It's not super wackier fun to listen to. There's no creating forcing a bunch of kids onto boats and like searching for treasure in the ocean for thirteen years but Rudolf Steiner is something of an iceberg what you can see above the waterline looks more or less respectable or at least nothing no darker or Sillier than and like you know your friend with a Tarot Deck but below that is where things get fucked up very quickly and where we run under the weird race science stuff like Madam Lavar Steiner believed that native eight of Americans were in his words dying out of their own nature. He believed they were one of several lower races of humans most aboriginal and non white races fell into this category in Steiner's mind they were closer to animals than higher races of humanity. anthroposophy teaches that many of these races are descended from degenerate remnants of the La- Mirian root race and are thus devolving until literal apes Steiner called for example Australian aboriginal people quote stunted men whose descendants still inhabit certain parts of the Earth today as so-called savage tribes now believe that I don't understand I mean I can't believe people I mean. It's just like there's just you can just make I mean this is all made up just made up. I mean these make it up I- unbelievable you just fucking to start spouting going off about and you wear spectacles or whatever and have a fucking Ascott on and that's about it. It's all theater. It's like theater racism combined. I mean I mean it's only theater in racism. If you don't believe he really read from the Ghost Encyclopedia in space right yet who believes that who are these alcott God I would like to go S- librarians for one. I guess they gotta work now. Steiner believed that Japanese Mongolian Golian in in you at people were descendants of Atlantis and he had a broadly positive attitude well a more positive attitude towards them than native Americans or obviously asleep black people the best race of course was the Aryan race. I'm going to quote from Rudolf Steiner. Now we're within the great root race of humanity that has people the Earth since the land on which we now live rose up out of the inundation of the ocean ever since the Atlanta and race began slowly to disappear at the great area race has been the dominant one on earth. If we contemplate ourselves we here in Europe are thus the fifth sub race of the Great Aryan root race. I wonder how he felt about frogs because frogs are from the Water Yep the wise men or something he might have agreed with Alex Jones on the subject of frogs in their sexuality. It's hard to say frogs are some like remnant race. That's on the way out outlined the bad stuff when they were ghosts yet. Frogs were terrible as goes. That's why they gotta live in swamps. Now Rudolph believe that every race or Volk head its own special aura that best fit in its own specific homeland he believed in something called Vokes Geist a natural spirit embodied by a theory being that spiritually led that group group of people now. If you've studied your Nazi ism that's essentially Nazism missing one or two more time yeah yeah vokes geist is national spirit the spirit of a nation of a specific homeland of a racial people. That's vokes guys like the vokes guys is a national spirit spirit that embodies like the spirituality of a group of people like an ethereal being who is like the soul of the German people for example right right okay yeah yeah so the Nazis didn't believe obviously Hitler was not an authentic being. He was a real person but the Nazis did very much believe that he was the embodied lead national spirit of area -ness of Germany so again that Steiner isn't was not literally Nazi he died in nineteen twenty five and was probably only broadly aware of Hitler and his party but Hitler's own like the actual beliefs that the Nazis inculcated once they came to power we're basically the same thing Rudolf Steiner's teaching with instead of it being in a theorist being it's literally Hitler but it's the same idea as this birth what happened what led into Nazism. It's like if you WanNa if you WANNA be a like a dictator you look these search around for justifications ends and there was the soup of convenient bullshit for them to pick from in in the that was that was happening around that time so yeah it was like convenient vincent like without this guy was a dumb ass but this this other person just Hitler may have even thought this guy was dumb ass but he used him as a You know what I mean. I mean it's just this all becomes useful like these philosophies become useful to someone who puts them all together and says here's why I need need to do this bad shit yeah and it's you know Steiner's not the only guy saying stuff like this and lead up to the FIA so fickle society saying similar like he's part of like a constellation of thinkers who prepares the intellectual soil in Germany for the kind of beliefs that the Nazis introduce like like he helps ready the soil although again I wanna make it very clear he was not a Nazi himself was not a follower of Hitler's back to racism. I'm going to quote again from that starred Meyer Fire Right Up. That's the professor from Marquette University. Who's done a lot of the research on Rudolf Steiner quote standard propagated a host of racist myths about Negroes? He taught at black people are sensual. Who'll instinct driven primitive creatures ruled by their brain stem? He denounced the immigration of blacks to Europe as terrible and brutal and decried its effects on blood and race. He warned that white women shouldn't read Negro novels during pregnancy otherwise they'd have Mulatto children in nineteen twenty two. He declared the Negro race does not belong in Europe and the fact that this race is now playing such a large role in Europe is of course nothing but a nuisance but the worst insult from an anthroposophic point of view is Steiner's dictum that people of color can't develop spiritually richly on their own. They must either be educated by whites or reincarnated in white skin Europeans in contrast are the most highly-developed humans indeed S. Steiner said Europe has always been the origin of all human development which I think some people I know in the Middle East to be a little bit pissed to hear that but it's a argument for another other day for Steiner and for anthroposophy there.

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"You're not arguing ideology, you're not arguing. That are bad, it's fishing. It's it's exactly my God. Well, that's our. You're moving. First time how many times people were like Why's he keep using the fishing metaphor? It's that line the key to it. They just keep cutting back to the vision. What is like, no? He tells the daughter that's what it mean to children. He's telling children. It's I don't wanna hurt this one. I mean, everything is good. Here's what skills. No it is bible now for going. Why is this in there? What am I favored things about by one? We always talk about God at the end. But they go like either the bible is true. I don't believe. It's literally true. And I don't think that's the point. But they go if it's not true. Let's say the Bible's not literally true. Then why is it in there? And that makes you then what is the author trying to do if you didn't walk on water. Then why is it in there? And now you're and I'm not trying to be funny you're like having sex with like, you're merging with it. And you're getting inside. Well, it's an imprint of the human subconscious from thousands of years ago. And the fact that this stuff still resin. Nate you could say whatever you want about religion. Yeah. In a weird way divorce the bible from religion religious, look at it for what it is actually gets more powerful. That's right. Yeah. That's what I mean. And that's actually one of the greatest discoveries of adult life was if you don't look at it as literally true, a textbook, and you look at it as something more complicated history overlaid with mythology. Suddenly, you're having your understanding why it still existing you can dip into you can still be religious. You can still feel respect for the mystery of the unknown. The, you know, share ninety nine point nine two billion power of the reality that we will never know. But at the same time, you can also dip into young you can also look at and then it makes that more powerful as well. Couldn't couldn't agree. It's your only shot. I think you're really in my passions on used to think that myth and metaphor meant not true and young and Joseph Campbell and all these people and Rudolf Steiner red Rudolph's. Oh, you have a trim entry. Okay. I'm gonna take your copy LUSA affair purses. Ehrmann ick evil. Rudolf steiner. Yup. That's very Michael's, by the way. Okay..

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"The eighties nineties the two thousands, the seventies music eighties music nineties music, two thousand fused, but it can be the seventies movies. Right. And that is not now, but I do have movies action movies comedy movies rom com movies award winners. So there's those are your options. Do you have any one of those categories? That's a lot. Okay. It's movies. I I don't. There's movies general bus. Well, I want seventies movies. But that's option. But there's the whole decade of the seventies. Okay. Well, let's do that to seventy seventies. Paulo you're planning as well. Okay. Every other playing is a team. So speak up. Let me just get Google up here. No. On my phone. You only have seven seconds in each one. Are you shitting? So you don't have Google give. He's gonna give you clues. You're just going to shout. How to describe something? You know? Yes. You know, talk show based in Philadelphia. Then you say the Mike Douglas show that sort of thing that I totally drew a blank. And I've been talking about it. We also have to do this. Well, then let's not do what I'd see. The thing is. I think it's funny when people fail. All right here, we go. All right. All this is clay with poll. Okay. I wear out of school. This is I went to Rudolf Steiner school. I don't know if that meant Kaldor good. It's a Waldorf Rudolf Steiner school. Anyway, it this is how they taught math. You had to stand behind. You had you had to you had to sit at your desk and the teacher had a bean bag, and he would throw the beanbag at you. And not only and he would yell like twelve times eleven in the air. And not only did you have to catch the bean bag. You had to answer by the time. It got there by the time. You caught it. Yeah. I answer. What the what twelve times eleven was? If you didn't you had to stand up, and I was always, you know, I just like got up and stood up right away before even you know, getting the beanbag thrown him. So that's what this was reminding me. I'm sorry. Look at my heart rate now. I I don't know. We're all that that what I couldn't answer that problem in the time. He told that story one thirty one thirty two thirty fuck. I was wrong or you busting my balls. Oh, I'm she says. Seriously worst. You are a mother. Oh my God. Your computer culture beast. Baby. Some circus Moore there is always time. So I don't have to play seven guy. Also hate your haircuts. We were all feeling we're going, right?.

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"And I looked at that gecko and tilted its head and looked at me. And then suddenly, I could see it. I could see the gecko looking at me. I could feel the the walls of the room present around me the floor the air the light. I could see all those things composing my presence like they were composing me, they were making me, you You know. know, and that's happened actually many times in my life. But it was very clear in that moment exactly that everything had been woven together. And then that lasted for a while. Actually, it wasn't a second. It was a while. And then I came back into my my sort of normal. Maybe the word we would use being does that make sense? Yes. So myself it didn't go away. It just became everything it became everything. Looking in on this sort of negative space where I am, you know? Yeah. Yeah. Well, this is actually. My teacher is telling me that. Spacious nece. I hope I don't fuck. This up. Facial redness is a precursor for compassionate. Totally. So you need gotta before real compassion kicks in you need that thing you just described because if you're all compacted down into this compacted, and compressed it's like, how can we be compassionate that the moment you hit that like vast nece. It's. Primarily with the self. It's like compassion for others. I mean, not to sound cliche. But I think it may be the only hope we have on this planet. But that being said. Good luck. Breath red, and especially if you're not being compassionate to yourself, especially if that compress super focus state has within it this world wind is cyclone of self hate where you're like whirling around in there. And looking everything you do and everything you say in this stern strict brutalizing way, which a lot of people do and they won't say that that's what they're doing. But they do and that in part of that. I think is because they're not in knowledge in the organs of the senses that you're describing here because somehow they've been convinced by loud mouth. There isn't another thing happens when you look at a rose. That thing you taught me just now is very has within it so much compassion. It's like man, you don't have to just be a machine, you know, there's a lot of other stuff going on there and some of its angels. And that's that's so sweet. It's loving, right? The Rudolf Steiner the sun is a negative space and is through that virtue by which shines. It's a native space. So I was that. I don't understand. When you when you listen when you really listen to someone when I sit here, and I really listen to you. I emptied myself out to receive what you've said, I don't even hear your words. You see it's something is enacted in me by the communion the sun is that all the time. So it's always shining. Sun is listening. The sun is listening..

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"That that is a I think maybe why so many people. In that being fixated on this thing or that thing because what you just described their those few little steps of popping out of your normal sense. If things are. To the way things actually are which is that. Yeah. You don't. You're never gonna see your face. Right. If you do God, healthy you. You were in. Well, there is a way you can see your face. And that is to recognize that you are in everything else. Okay. So. Rudolf Steiner who will probably talk about more on this episode IV timeout every single time. I've been on the show with you. You know, he says something like when you get around forty forty two forty three something like that you begin to be able to see yourself the other way other CU, it's this developmental thing. And maybe the age has shifted a little bit because people live a little longer now. But the the fact that you can see yourself the way there see you is a way of senior face in a way, it's a way of experiencing your own countenance. You know, you can't actually see your own fit in. You can never see your own face, which is real mind. Fuck if you think about it as much as you think, you know, what your face looks like that's a two dimensional ecology of light and a flat surface in a mirror pond. Or wherever the hell, you're looking you will never ever be able to see it. I mean, it's bonkers. In the ease though. Like you do here. This is one of the things that people at the near death experiences say that they actually do see this either embodies astral projection. Yeah. Yeah. And the reaction to seeing their own faces that they don't look the way they. So they see themselves like, whoa. I didn't know. I look like that. They see. So there is supposedly a way to do that. Well, let's back up. The you're not seeing it because you don't have is. So when you are having an ND or you have an astral projection moment, you're not seeing with the same thing that you see with when you see with your eyes. What are you seeing with? I don't know. It's the same thing in a dream when you're like, oh, I saw a cat and the cat, and it's I felt this way. No. You didn't fuck and see a cat. I didn't feel anyway, your eyes were closed and your body was lying in bed. It's an inner experience or a different kind of experience than the sensory experience. There's some. Ottoman watcher thing that isn't.

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Werner von Braun. Great song. And I love playing it. When I talk about wearing Yvonne Brin Rudolf Steiner, of course, talked about by the last caller. Was going over some notes that Rudolf Steiner had produced about Mars, basically speculating as many would about the animals giants, of course, much like what was talked about with. Jack Kirby much was talked about about the Netflix. I'm saying that these are creatures that are giant yet have no solid bones. Are blood Mars today? He says in a condition similar to that of the earth in that earlier epic and therefore also has upon it as living beings as animal beings, which the earth had upon it at that time kind of like pre-adamic says human beings on Mars are as they are on the today at that time, they have no bones. No blood. These things can be known. They cannot become known by the means employed in modern science for acquiring knowledge. Nevertheless, it is possible to know these things if you want to have an idea of what Mars is like today picture to yourselves what earth was like in a much earlier age that you will have a picture of what Mars is now. So none of this is done right now through modern science NASA setting all the stuff up their curiosity opportunity. And now insight, and you know, right now, it doesn't satisfy our curiosity, but it certainly raises. A lot of mysteries at the the stories continue to double and double double. And again, some more bizarre stories of Kirby's face on Mars leading to her talks theories leading Zachariah theories, Richard Hoagland obsession, I mean, just going down the list of all the things in sequence William Bramley gods. Have eaten all of this has been generated into now. Talking about Elon Musk wanting to go to Mars seventy percent sure that he's going wants to retire and die there. And then, of course, word of LeBron's book talking about who ran Mars in his book in the nineteen eighties. A man named Ilan in a group of men there were under Alon, which again, coincidence.

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on WTVN

"Tom lehrer? Werner von Braun. Great song. And I love playing it wine. Talk about Verna von Braun. Rudolf Steiner, of course, talked about by the last caller was going over some notes that Rudolf Steiner had produced about Mars, basically speculating as many would about the animals giants, of course, much like what was talked about with. Jack Kirby much was talked about about the Netflix. I'm saying that these are creatures that are giant yet have no solid bones. Are blood Mars today? He says in a condition similar to that of the earth in that earlier epic and therefore also has upon it as living beings animal beings, which the earth had upon it at that time kind of like pre-adamic says human beings on Mars are as they are in the air today at that time, they have no bones. No blood. These things can be known. They cannot become known by the means employed in modern science for acquiring knowledge. Nevertheless, it is possible. To know these things if you wanted to have an idea of what Mars like today picture to yourselves, what earth was like in a much earlier age that you will have a picture of what Mars is now. So none of this is done right now through modern science mean NASA setting stuff up their curiosity opportunity. And now insight, and you know, right now, it doesn't satisfy our curiosity, but it certainly raises. A lot of mysteries at the the stories continue to double and double and double and again, some more bizarre stories of Kirby's face on Mars leading to her talks theories leading Zachariah switches theories Richard Hoagland obsession, I mean, just going down the list of all the things in sequence. William Bramley gods of eaten all of this has been generated into now. Talking about Elon Musk wanting to go to Mars seventy percent sure that he's going wants to retire and die there. And then of course, word of on bronze book talking about who ran Mars in his book in the nineteen eighties. A man named Ilan and a group of men there were under which again, coincidence synchronicity,.

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Lehrer? Werner von Braun. Great song. And I love playing it. When I talk about burning Brown. Rudolf Steiner, of course, talked about by the last caller was going over some notes that Rudolf Steiner had produced about Mars, basically speculating as many would about the animals giants, of course, much like what was talked about with. Jack Kirby much was talked about about the Netflix. I'm saying that these are creatures that are giant yet have no solid bones or blood Mars today. He says in a condition similar to that of the earth in that earlier epic and therefore also has upon it as living beings, those animal beings, which the earth had upon it at that time kind of like pre-adamic says human beings on Mars are as they are in the air today at that time, they have no bones. No blood. These things can be known. They cannot become known by the means employed in modern science for acquiring knowledge. Nevertheless, it is possible to know these things if then you want to have an idea of what Mars is like today picture to yourselves what earth was like in a much earlier age that you will have a picture of what Mars is now. So none of this is done right now through modern science mean NASA, sending all the stuff up their curiosity opportunity. Now, insight, and you know, right now, it doesn't satisfy our curiosity, but it certainly raises. A lot of mysteries. Stories continue to double and double double. And again, some of the more bizarre stories of Kirby's face on Mars leading to hurt talks theories leading Zachariah sich theories Richard Hoagland obsession, I mean, just going down the list of all the things in sequence William Bramley gods. Have eaten all of this has been generated into now. Talking about Elon Musk wanting to go to Mars seventy percent sure that he's going wants to retire and die there. And then of course, word of on bronze book talking about who ran Mars in his book in the nineteen eighties. A man named Ilan in a group of men there are under Eli on which again, coincidence synchronicity,.

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Some have harsh words this man of renown, what some think our attitude should be gratitude like the widows and cripples old London who all their large pensions too. Once you've learned to count backwards two zero German. I know how to count. Downing. But. Tom Lehrer von Braun great song. And I love playing it. Talk about wearing Brown. Rudolf Steiner, of course, talked about by the last caller was going over some notes that Rudolf Steiner had produced about Mars, basically speculating as many would about the animals giants, of course, much like what was talked about with. Jack Kirby much was talked about about the Netflix. Saying that these are creatures that are giant yet have no solid bones or blood Mars today. He says in a condition similar to that of the earth in that earlier epic and therefore also has upon it as living beings, those animal beings, which the earth had upon it at that time kind of like pre-adamic human beings on Mars are as they are on the earth today at that time, they have no bones. No blood. These things can be known. They cannot become known by the means employed in modern science for acquiring knowledge. Nevertheless, it is possible to know these things. If you wanted to have an idea of what Mars is like today picture to yourselves, what earth was like in a much earlier age that you will have a picture of what Mars is now. So none of this is done right now through modern science me. Nasa. Sending all the stuff up their curiosity opportunity. Now, insight, and you know, right now, it doesn't satisfy our curiosity, but it certainly raises a lot of mysteries at the stories continue to double and double double. And again, some of them are bizarre stories of Kirby's face on Mars leading to hurt talks theories leading Zachariah theories, Richard Hoagland obsession, I mean, just going down the list of all the things in sequence William Bramley gods. Have eaten all of this has been generated into now. Talking about Elon Musk wanting to go to Mars seventy percent sure that he's going wants to retire and die there. And then, of course, word of LeBron's book talking about who. Who ran Mars in his book in the nineteen eighty s a man named Ilan and a group of men there were under Eli on which again, coincidence.

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on KTOK

"Lehrer? Werner von Braun. Great song. And I love playing it. When talk about von Braun. Rudolf Steiner, of course, talked about by the last caller was going over some notes that Rudolf Steiner had produced about Mars, basically speculating as many would about the animals giants, of course, much like what was talked about with Jack Kirby much talked about about the nefyn. Saying that these are creatures that are giant yet have no solid bones or blood Mars today. He says in a condition similar to that of the earth in earlier epoch, and therefore also has upon it as living beings as animal beings, which the earth had upon it at that time kind of like pre-adamic says in human beings on Mars are as they are in the air today that time they have no bones. No blood. These things can be known. They cannot become known by the means employed in modern science for acquiring knowledge. Nevertheless, it is possible to know these things if you want to have an idea of what Mars is like today picture to yourselves what earth was like in a much earlier age that you will have a picture of what Mars is now. So I mean, none of this is done right now through modern science mean NASA, sending all the stuff up there curiosity opportunity and now insight, and you know, right now, it doesn't satisfy our curiosity, but it certainly raises a lot of. Mysteries at the the stories continue to double and double and double. And again, some of them are bizarre stories of Kirby's face on Mars leading to her talks theories leading Zachariah switches theories Richard Hoagland obsession, I mean, just going down the list of all the things in sequence William Bramley gods. Have eaten all of this has been generated into now. Talking about Elon Musk wanting to go to Mars seventy percent sure that he's going wants to retire and die there. And then of course. Werner von Braun's book talking about who ran Mars in his book in the nineteen eighty s a man named Ilan and a group of men there were under Eli on which again, coincidence synchronicity,.

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:04 min | 2 years ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Two point one FM. George Noory back with you. Hear Mark Lerner? The astrologer with us, Mark. How long would it take someone to study astrology if they wanted to become an astrologer? Well, hi, okay. It took me one year was kind of like, my graduate schoolwork was twenty two. I was studying metaphysics people like Rudolf Steiner, Georgia Gergiev, spend ski Elena boulevard, the LS Bailey teachings and so on and I found my mentor Damer ajar who is one of the great astrologists of twentieth century, and he had steadied not just astrology but philosophy and psychology and metaphysics and so on. Do I read all of his books and kind of memorized everything and the reason which if their students out there? The planet. Mercury which rules mind thinking communication at the time of his birth and Pisces was exactly at the same spot. Where mine wasn't I knew what has chart wasn't. When I started reading books. You asked me about psychic was as if I could hear his voice in my head because we we were born at the time with with the planet. Mercury which is very powerful and often underage was in the same spot at any rate. I took it for a whole year. And then I started doing some consultation work in New York City. And but the point is people need quite a number of years to get really good. And they've really got to study much more than just an astrology charts. They they have to learn what's called transits progressions with the planets keep moving on different levels and be able to do that for their clients. Since since you've been doing this. And what was it that got you interested in it and event something happened? I started going to medical to Columbia University. My dad had been doctor. He got sick. At one point. I didn't know what it was going to do. I could have studied medicine in college at Michigan state. I didn't do it was into all kinds of things like social science and he got ill. And I thought well, maybe I'll take chemistry physics. I'll take all the prerequisites. I went to Columbia University. This is part of the psychic weird thing that you asked me about. So it's the first date first day of a chemistry class. I'm living in the borough of queens where Donald Trump was born. I go home and just before getting home ice stop in a bookstore. And I find my first astrology book, which I've mentioned TV for astrology space-age science, and it's all about people like psoriatic Newton Galileo apprentice, all of these great physicists, and all these people that studied more of astronomy telescopes Galileo and so on they were all astrologers. But when the biographers would write about these fantastic people they'd say, oh, by the way, they had one fault. We're all into that phony thing of astrology because the biography was just thought it was foolish and wasteful. And they couldn't understand you know, what why was the greatest scientist before Newton's Riziq Newton studying astrology how could that possibly be what what's wrong with the guy? Well, what they didn't realize this who was a science. It was taught in the universities of Europe a thousand years ago, and it goes way back to all these great nations. Persia Egypt Rome greet, you know, all over the world the ancient world, and it was even taught in the universities of Europe. I'm gonna make your work this hour, Mark. So let's go to the calls. We will pick it up by going to Bob in New Jersey. Here's Bob's birthday. December twenty nine nine thousand nine hundred fifty seven twelve twenty nine nine hundred fifty seven okay. Born at one forty two in the afternoon. In Jersey City. Now, do you want to know the city they were born in or do you want to know exactly the place they were born? Well, that helps I mean just what you just said. You know, what I'm doing is just for people out there. Putting in my head. I'm actually typing it into a computer and believe it or not I'm able to get that information pretty quickly. And you want them to ask you a question if they want I mean, if they can say it to you and say, I'm interested in this era of my life. And then I'll just see what I can tell. There we go Bob in New Jersey. Hi, bob. Hello, george. How are you? Good. Welcome to the program. Turn your radio down a little bit. Okay. Yes. I did. Thank you. Okay. Great. You're on with Mark Lerner? I've given Mark your birthday tear your time. Go ahead, Mark. Okay. Well, if he's if he's not asking a particular question what I can say. Of course, this individual is born with a Capricorn son in an areas, man, and Taurus rising, and he's born very close to a first quarter mount as I said earlier on the other side of the our people don't often study their moon enough because the moon has a lot to do with who we are instinctually. So with an areas moon coming from other lives, and like instincts, really this individual had a lot of assertiveness and forcefulness and kind of an aggressive personality, and that's important for him to sort of live is life on a on a deep level where he he has leadership qualities developed in other lives, particularly in the last life, and now with the sun in Capricorn is kind of to refine that not to be brash, but to sort of do things more. Grounded more practically in order to sort of rise up to heights and the planet Saturn, which rules Kappa corn is in the process of criss crossing over this individual, son. So it's an extra kind of this year and the and coming into the fall of discipline responsibility being focused, and he should be make sure he straightens his immune system and stays healthy that he doesn't become pessimistic about things. But he's also heading for if he wants to develop this another career cycle of the next several years as long as he stays healthy and focused and has a good attitude about things Bob, do you have a question too. Yeah. What if what if I'm not healthy now? Well, if you're not helping now again, you wanna kind of like, well, my feeling is that people should study things like use your intuition is need be go to a used bookstore. You're on the show tonight. There's a reason why you got on another people didn't good on go to our website. See some of the, you know, read about my life the books or the philosophies and so on and get into something like that philosophy metaphysics astrology the power of numbers and numerology is connected to astrology as well. And find something that you can kind of steep yourself in for a while and that can make you inwardly excited. And then maybe your health will get better. Thanks, bob. Good luck to you. And everything you do. Would you believe in reincarnation, Mark? Absolutely. And I studied that longer than this. And that's part of the whole psychic thing. We're all psychic world intuitive. And we all live many lives now people are different levels so to speak. I guess how it would work out of why we would see like an Einstein or Gandhi or different people Mother Theresa. You know, how many times people have been around, and when you study spiritual things and there's a whole field of esoteric astrology. There's a whole other kind of idea like in the Casey education predictions. I know you've got a lot of people on. We'll talk about the squad trains and Edgar Casey, there's a whole sort of spiritual science about you manage being part of the solar system like we're not just on earth. I mean, we live in the solar system we live in the galaxy. We just don't live there physically but spiritually when we're sleep psychically people who who can meditate and sort of leave their bodies, you know, astral travelling that kind of thing lucid dreaming. Where are we where somewhere else? So that's all part of things indefinitely that there are multiple lifetimes than I do believe very strongly that we're all spirits and souls, and our incarnations like in the chart, we're looking at like, I said, the spiritual kind of genetic code of what our game plan Ohio destiny is as a spirit or soul to accomplish something with the sun moon and the planets and the. Configuration that we have. Underrating reincarnation, astrologically speaking. Yeah. Were they born the let's let's say the reincarnated person and the person before that well they born during the same time period. Oh, no, no, no. There's a whole question about that kind of thing, you know, people might in the old days. I mean, a lot of people thought people would reincarnate slowly like maybe once every century or once every couple of centuries, or whatever it is, according to the spiritual material, I have read my life, certain souls or spirits who are doing work like the work that you do. Okay. Light worker kinda work at this stage in twenty-first-century, Mike, come back more quickly. Now, everything depends on getting a body fill the men and women being able to come into the world at an auspicious time to take advantage of astrological vibration to me. Absolutely. In other words, the soul the spirit comes in and chooses parents and family based on family karma Dharma that kind of thing. And then you're actually choosing when to be born because there are spiritual forces angels, teachers masters, whoever you want to call it. I know you have a lot of people talk about that stuff who are guiding. And. Bringing in that entity. And then you have your own guardian angel with you throughout your whole life. I'm a firm believer in all of those things. Excellent. Let's go out to Cleveland donnas with us. Welcome to the program. That's my buddy. Geraldo Rivera's in Cleveland now. Hi, donna. Hi. I was born in Cleveland, Ohio, by the way, Donna is February second that's my daughter's birthday, by the way down same thing. Okay. Second nineteen sixty in Cleveland, Ohio anytime or no time Donna do. You think nine twelve am twelve AM or nine twelve. Right nine twelve twelve. Okay. Hold on. In the meantime, go Browns. Go indians. Brown's they've got one there one game for the season. And Donna do you have a specific question. Really, you know, not really just over here. Okay. Well, we're about to give you the overview bear with me, computer. I this used to take me George hours. What I'm doing now in in minutes in you'd better be minutes on this show. Right. Could you imagine a taking hours? Okay. You have. It's interesting. Just like the previous caller another moon in areas. Okay. We're which means like from the past recent lifetime, you've developed leadership skills that you need to bring through their kind of instinctual like being in charge being assertive without being aggressive. So there's a kind of forceful part, but you are sunshine. Aquarius, aquarians need to learn through groups through friendships through team kind of activities or global kind of things where you that are sort of close to your philosophy of life, and what's in your heart and your also born with Pisces rising which adds if it's positive a compassionate. Pathak kind of energy and also a psych equality. Interestingly you like the previous caller had an enormous amount of Capra coined the previous caller had son akara cards. You have one two three you have five values and Catholic or more than even what you have an Aquarius and cap record is worth Saturn is moving, and so you also if you want to do this, you're you're moving into a strong career cycle. And I mentioned earlier you asked me, George, you know, something really fortuitous or good happening. And I said Jupiter going into its own sign of Sagittarius. Well, here's somebody Donna you're born with Jupiter and Sagittarius. So it's going to be homecoming for you over the next year a lot of Jupiter and Saturn. So do something in the world or something, you know, where you're making expressing yourself in society in kind of a mover and shaker even in your community your neighborhood or your state,.

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Better turned into accepted dogma well accepted dog knows it turns into accept the dogmas this you know read the middle east also had you know or iraq had nuclear weapons but they did you know it was it was a dogmas it you know the communists under your pets everywhere back during the criteria but it wasn't true it turned out to be dogma that back in the nineteen twenties there were anarchists all the world that threat to national security united states and that wasn't true the fact that becomes accepted talk but is almost disconnected to reality itself the other part of it i i keep feeling like i'm interrupting you daniel and and but is it because we are just desensitized no no i think i think what it is is that that as rudolf steiner said if you have public schools that are financed by the state then they're going to teach you to basically believe almost anything the state authorities say they teach you to respect police officers they teach you respect for teacher they teach you to respect the governor of the state they teach you respect the president and and so therefore people people get into listening for people in positions of authority and rather than thinking for themselves and so that when you have the entire united states fence apart issuing statements that there's no such thing as ufo's up there it's all poppycock the people that are are making up stories about your clothes are all mentally ill then they threatened to destroy people's lives and livelihood they so much report having seen the ufo by ridiculing you know then then it's the people that are regular folks they're all intimidated and they all by the story you know they all by the story authority figures are telling them you know it because the schools trained people to do that because the schools are run by the state so there's there's nothing surprising about that the really surprising things at such a high percentage of us can break out of the system they can actually because becoming well educated and getting re books and do research on our own learn how to research you can come to discover that there have been nearly instances in which the united states government has to see you know and as as you know i mean the classic examples take one of the.

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"To make us leave and get out of their holy land and so we turn around and characterizes as a worldwide threat terrorism in double the military budget wall street all bizarre yeah and wall street didn't collapse the stock market continues to go up the vatican stayed pretty silent over the last few months it's the exact opposite of what brookings khandan and robertson thought was going to happen well they didn't think it was going to happen what it was they were paid to develop h theory that was rationally justify the ceiling the information about it that's all that was but it wasn't a but it turned into accepted dogma well accepted dog knows it turns into except the dog this this threes middle east also had you know or iraq had nuclear weapons but they did you know it was it was a dogma is it you know the communists under your pets everywhere back green criteria but it wasn't true it turned out to be dogma that back in the nineteen twenties there were anarchists all of the world that threat to national security united states and that wasn't true the fact becomes kind of accepted dog bun is almost disconnected to reality itself the other part of it i i keep feeling like i'm interrupting you daniel and but is it because we are just desensitized no no i think i think what it is is that that as rudolf steiner said if you have public schools that are financed by the state then everybody to teach you to basically believe almost anything the state authorities say they teach you to respect police officers they teach respect for teacher they teach you to respect the governor of the state they teach you respect the president and so therefore people people get into listening for people in positions of thority and rather than things even themselves and so that when you have the entire united states fence apart but is statements that there's no such thing as ufo's or it's all poppycock that the people that.

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"rudolf steiner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"rudolf steiner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The book for me is humans have this notion that oh my god the earth what will the earth do with alba's we're going to go extinct will the earth will be really in good shape without off much better shaker without us different but for initially definitely better because we've done so much to destroy the medicine systems and that's the thing the animals are imploring us it's not just have out saving them it's also that if we don't save them were finished and if we don't say than the ecosystem will collapse much more quickly and so what rudolf steiner and what the elephant is telling us is that are good acts of love towards anybody in any thing is extremely important it's kind of like the we've in the warp of spirit and love is really what keeps everything contiguous and in harmony and that doesn't mean you have to have feelings of motion will romantic law we're talking about empathy and having an association with everything is having value and that's the problem with humanity as we have assume this kind of species in title men that were entitled to abuse who are entitled to take what we want we're entitled to make other things and other people suffer and that's just not the truth our our role as lyon will teach as his guardian as bear will teachers sits healer as wolf full teach us it's to be guardians of life and death of the newborn and the dying and so each of these great mammals have tall humanity over the centuries like buffalo buffalo teaches us in such a superior way what it is to give of our life what is it what it is to be part of a community what it is to be stewards of the land wherever we are so each of these great mammals teaches us ecosystem principles agricultural processes and spiritual values well in the age this was them teachings it's just thought that law is the cohesive force of the universe not just here on this planet or in his city or the state but love is the cohesive four all of the universe now the bear lion elephant wolf and buffalo or all sacred two different indigenous peoples worldwide can you share some of.

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