Alternative Spirituality

The Nature of Mythical Thinking by Rudolph Steiner

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  • #56417

    Gryneos
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    This is an interesting file just for listening (no video-viewing necessary.)

    ‘Cause that's what it would be. "Tea and cake or death? Tea and cake or death? Tea and cake or death!" Students with beards, (mimes demonstrating with picket signs) "Tea and cake or death! Tea and cake or death! Little Red Cookbook! Little Red Cookbook!" ‘Cause, "Cake or death?" That's a pretty easy question. Anyone could answer that.

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    PADemD
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    Have you ever read Hamlet’s Mill:  An Essay Investigating the Origins of Human Knowledge and Its Transmission Through Myth by Giorgio De Santillana & Hertha Von Dechend?

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      Gryneos
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      No. I’m afraid I haven’t read nearly as much as most people on this site

      Reading philosophy was never that interesting to me. Listening to this video and then another audio file on Rupert Sheldrake’s site was good enough because I could at least do something mindless, like solitaire.

      But thanks for suggesting it. I’ll have to look it up

      This is what I was listening to on Sheldrake’s site:
      Conversations with David Abram – What is Magic

      ‘Cause that's what it would be. "Tea and cake or death? Tea and cake or death? Tea and cake or death!" Students with beards, (mimes demonstrating with picket signs) "Tea and cake or death! Tea and cake or death! Little Red Cookbook! Little Red Cookbook!" ‘Cause, "Cake or death?" That's a pretty easy question. Anyone could answer that.

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