Last Address


From: dottie zold
Date: Tue Dec 2, 2003 8:26 pm
Subject: Last Address

Hi,

I am wondering if anyone has the Last Address by Rudolf Steiner. In looking at the Burning Bush today Chapter Peter James and John page 4 I find a something amiss regarding the Lazarus/John mystery. I am wondering if anyone can translate for what is being said regarding what Dr. Steiner said about this mystery. I seem to read it completely different than what I have been told he said. I am specifically speaking of the paragraph regarding Dr. Ita Wegmen and the one directly preceeding it. Actually the paragraph preceeding this one directly above also speaks to a confusing moment regarding Lazarus/John in my understanding.

It also seems to me that Dr. Steiner mentions no other Lazarus incarnation from what I can tell. Which if true would be quite interesting. And I am not talking about his students interpretations of light being shed after his death regarding this subject and especially not Ms. Wegmen's.

And is the Last Address available anywhere on line by any chance?

Thanks,
Dottie

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From: dottie zold
Date: Tue Dec 2, 2003 8:37 pm
Subject: Re: Last Address

Oh no. Okay. I can trace Elisha to Magdalene. Mr. Smith tries to trace Elisha in a sense to the person I named yesterday as a female who was a companion to Elija. It's the final key whether anyone can see it I have no idea. There is no Lazarus as a seperate human entity. They have shown the way and not known what they show.

Peter James and John page 4 - 6

d

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From: Richard Distasi
Date: Wed Dec 3, 2003 4:16 am
Subject: Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Last Address

Dottie asked:

And is the Last Address available anywhere on line by any chance?

Try www.elib.com and type in Last Address under 'search'.

rick distasi

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