madlookin wrote:Tony wrote:
Interesting post Bodge. Perhaps more confirmation of the intended 'psychocorrectional practices' to be deployed by the agents of the NWO in the spirit of DSM-III and now DSM-IV-TR. Reading between the lines, here's a quote from Dr Rudolph Steiner warning us about the policing of all thought via this Orwellian 'department' through America:
''We might say that the present time is doing very well compared with that which will come in the future when the Western development blossoms more and more. Very shortly, when one will have written the year 2000, there will come from America not a direct prohibition, but a kind of prohibition against all thinking, a sort of law which will have the name of suppressing all individual thinking. The other hand there is the beginning achieved in this direction of suppressing all individual thinking into pure materialistic thinking where one does not need to work upon the soul on the basis of external experiments, in a the human being is handled as if he were a machine''.
(Things in Past and Present in the Spirit of Man (Lecture IV) April 4, 1916)
Compare what Ronnie Lang has stated in my post on the 'Dark Side of Materialistic Medicine'.
Further Steiner has also stated elsewhere that:
''Now, in the Future you will not get a law passed which says you must not think. No. What will happen is that things will be done the effect of which will be to exclude all individual thinking. This is the other pole to which we are proceeding. This is connected with the development of the West''.
Because 'free thinking' is regarded as problematic and may cause chaos for the illuminists when they do not want it - chaos in the sense of disrupting their global agenda.The solution is to eliminate all free thinking by the imposition of a New Order by means of the appropriate forms of mind control and other repressive measures. Hence, Ordo Ab Chao.
wow....what a practical vision he had...i should look into/research Dr Rudolph Steiner...always meant to....just never got round to it...good post
Perhaps it is worth noting here Steiner's position regarding the medical-scientific concept of the human body (as a 'machine' functioning in a Newtonian universe) and how it excludes all reference to soul and spirit:
''We have come to live in our bodies according to the medical-scientific concept of the body. The medical view of the body is based on the anatomy of a corpse and on the physiology of a dismembered human body. Consequently, we must imagine soul and spirit back into our own living being. In this way, we can regain a soul-sense of embodiment.....
Soul and spirit are not some kind of invisible entities lurking around as ghosts in a machine; the body is ensouled and inspirited through and through. But, to properly understand such a statement, we must keep in mind the body as more invisible than visible''.
Steiner explains that ''soul is not some kind of container but rather an inner, dynamic, mobile, developing, regressing, conflictual, flowing, relationship. A relationship with what? The soul is "in relation" with desire, with the body, with the spirit — none of which, incidentally, can themselves be considered to utilize the language of content without degrading what they are about''.
Steiner implies that we must go beyond words, since words are more than thought containers, mere content. Words are the exterior sensory data of a living process that we undergo as we speak and that is why the polarity between the content and process of words must be reckoned with as it serves to awaken the thought-quality that the soul is not some kind of container.
If you control words, you also control that which is wordless and flows between souls.
Dr Steiner has been misunderstood by materialistic medicine so much so he has been accused of 'quackery'. He upset the apple cart when he argued that a human being is really a threefold being consisting of spirit, soul and physical body, and whose divine task is to integrate all three. And that medical scientists know precious little about the real living human being compared with what they know about the anatomy of the dead body which is no longer the human being.