Re: Theos-World Re: Steiner -- a quick 10 min. list
May 14, 2008 06:42 AM
by Frank Reitemeyer
Steiner was in contact with the Elder Brothers who are the western
counterpart if not the same as HPBs Tibetan mahatmas.
Why then their teachings differ so much?
HPB: 7 root-races will appear.
Steiner: only 5 root-races will appear.
HPB: Mars and Mercury are chains of its own.
Steiner: Mars and Mercury are globes of the Earth chain.
HPB: techniques like Kerner's fixing og letters are bad.
Steiner: recommended it in his E.S.
HPB: esoteric teachings of not to buy for money.
Steiner: he had to pay Leopold Engel as the agent of Yarker 5,000 Marks to
the M&M charter to be able to continue HPB's esoteric work.
HPB: it's much difficult even for a trained chela to read in the astral
Steiner: read easy in the Akasha records (unfortuneately only things of
remote past, without chance to check it)
HPB: describes herself as messenger of the Masters
Steiner: HPB's Master were in 1879 replaced by gray magicians of the West,
she being herself occult kidnapped
HPB: "Jesus" was Jehoshua 120 B.C.
Steiner: he was not Jehoshua 120 B.C.
HPB: kali yuga will remain 427,000 years
Steiner: kali yuga ends 1897, the Golden age begins
HPB: Earth is the child on the moon
Steiner: moon is the child of the Earth
HPB: negroes are a young, coming race
Steiner: begroes are a degenerate, outdying race
HPB: we are at present in the 4th sub-race
Steiner: we are at present in the fifth sub-race
HPB: the kama principle is different form the astral body
Steiner: kama is the same as astral body
HPB: regards other people as personalities
Steiner: regards other people as individualities
HPB: Earth is at the middle point of its life span
Steiner: Earth will disaapear in 25,000 years, then we go to Jupiter
HPB: astral body can hurt
Steiner: astral body cannot hurt
and so on,
and so on.
One could make a 5 kilometers long list of contradictions between Steiner
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