One of the organsiations was Weleda, an anthroposophical health care company founded by Rudolf Steiner. I asked him to tone down his language before I would allow him to post. When I first started writing about Anthroposophical Medicine and Steiner Schools, I struggled to understand the nature of this strange organisation that appeared to be behind so many schools, businesses, farms, banks and medical centres. There is not a great deal of independent writing about Anthroposophy.
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One of the organsiations was Weleda, an anthroposophical health care company founded by Rudolf Steiner. I asked him to tone down his language before I would allow him to post. When I first started writing about Anthroposophical Medicine and Steiner Schools, I struggled to understand the nature of this strange organisation that appeared to be behind so many schools, businesses, farms, banks and medical centres.
There is not a great deal of independent writing about Anthroposophy. What appears to be a common theme is that Steinerist organisations do not make a habit of being open about their anthroposophical roots.
Anyone investing in Triodos Bank , again, would have to work hard to uncover its Anthoposophical aims. Oh, and if you are good, you will be reincarnated as an Northern European Ayrian. I hope you get to the end. There is quite a punchline. Message: I am writing to ask if the trust are aware of the links between Anthroposophy and Nazism? Anthroposophy operates almost invisibly and is known by many different names. There are over 10, institutions and initiatives that have been founded that endeavor to apply the belief system — Steiner Waldorf education, Spiritual Science, Triodos Bank, the Camphill Movement, Biodynamic agriculture, Anthroposophical Medicine, Weleda, the Movement for Religious Renewal also known as The Christian Community and Eurythmy.
What is not made clear is that central to Anthroposophy is the belief that the soul reincarnates through a racial hierarchy from Black to Aryan via the actions of karma.
I noticed from reading a number of the school newsletters that members of the HET have been invited to speak at Steiner Waldorf schools.
RUDOLF STEINER's ANTHROPOSOPHY, A NAZI CULT?
Cults: Anthroposophy "You catch a fairly young field-vole and flay it We take the skin, when Venus stands in the sign of the scorpion, and combust the skin Now take the ash, which you got this way, and pepper it out on the fields" -- Rudolf Steiner En Lantbrukskurs, Stockholm, [disregard any errors during translation and re-translation] What is Anthroposophy? The man behind Anthroposophy was the Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner Steiner at young age became interested in the spiritual movement in Europe at that time, especially Theosophy and the mystic ideas of Goethe. In the beginning of the 20th century, Steiner got more and more into Theosophy, much thanks to his friendship with the Russian actress Marie Von Sievers, a devoted Theosophist, and in he became general secretary of the German Theosophical division.
About Rudolf Steiner
New approaches to painting and sculpture. Main article: Social Threefolding For a period after World War I, Steiner was extremely active and well known in Germany, in part because he lectured widely proposing social reforms. Steiner was a sharp critic of nationalism , which he saw as outdated, and a proponent of achieving social solidarity through individual freedom. His main book on social reform is Toward Social Renewal. It emphasizes a particular ideal in each of these three realms of society:  Liberty in cultural life Equality of rights , the sphere of legislation Fraternity in the economic sphere Esoteric path[ edit ] Paths of spiritual development[ edit ] According to Steiner, a real spiritual world exists, evolving along with the material one. Steiner held that the spiritual world can be researched in the right circumstances through direct experience, by persons practicing rigorous forms of ethical and cognitive self-discipline.
Roger Rawlings July 23, Rudolf Steiner was an Austrian mystic and self-proclaimed clairvoyant who founded the religion known as Anthroposophy. In addition to his acute interest in spiritualism, Steiner also turned his attention to many earthly matters. One was education: Steiner founded the Waldorf school movement, which now includes over schools. Another area of interest for Steiner was medicine. The underlying principle of Anthroposophical medicine is that everything physical is infused with and manifests spirit. Steiner claimed that the causes of illness are not primarily physical but reflect spiritual conditions. Thus, medical intervention is often a bad idea: A doctor who cures a patient with drugs, etc.