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Re: Anthroposophy, a Secret Religion?
Posted by: rrmoderator ()
Date: February 26, 2015 08:16PM

Thanks shakti.

Things seems to be picking up.

The transition from rickross.com to culteducation.com cut back participation at the board, especially after the data loss.

Now that the data lost has been restored and search engines are increasingly going through the board there will be more people commenting.

It all takes time. But this public board has a tremendous amount of information from a vast array of people posting here for more than a decade.



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Re: Anthroposophy, a Secret Religion?
Posted by: shakti ()
Date: February 27, 2015 02:26AM

Well, keep up the great work! The stuff on this message board is definitely a game-changer for a lot of people who find it. Deeply appreciated.

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Re: Anthroposophy, a Secret Religion?
Posted by: rrmoderator ()
Date: February 27, 2015 02:32AM

Thank you.

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Re: Anthroposophy, a Secret Religion?
Posted by: LaurenRose ()
Date: February 27, 2015 08:39AM

I'm finding this discussion just now and it is amazing me. I was Waldorf schooled throughout my early years and saw a lot of contradictions, as in what we were allowed to do or not do and that the teachers put off this peaceful calm vibe during parent visits but the rest of the time they were bitchy and yelling at the students, etc.

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Re: Anthroposophy, a Secret Religion?
Posted by: rrmoderator ()
Date: March 20, 2015 08:52PM

To whom it may concern:

C.A. Mann, PhD posting on this thread is Dr. Cathleen Mann, a licensed mental health professional with a doctorate in psychology, which includes an emphasis in forensic psychology.

Dr. Mann has been qualified and testified as an expert witness in more than a dozen states, including US Federal Court.

Dr. Mann is also a member of the Cult Education Institute Advisory Board.

See [www.culteducation.com]

I have posted this to make sure that no one thinks that somehow C.A. Mann, PhD posting on this message board is a "troll" and someone attempting to impersonate Dr. Mann.

There have been incidents of trolls, impersonators and disruptive people posting on this message board with various agendas, most often cult members and/or cult apologists trying to disrupt this board by making trouble and/or causing conflicts at threads they don't appreciate.

Dr. Mann is certainly not such a person and is instead posting here due to her professional interest in the subject of authoritarian groups and their behavior.

It is an honor to have Dr. Mann participate at this message board and whatever discussion may develop, everyone must know that the person posting as "C.A. Mann, PhD" is Dr. Cathleen Mann.



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Re: Anthroposophy, a Secret Religion?
Posted by: Marquis1 ()
Date: February 11, 2017 01:30AM

while i Admire this site for providing the "facts" about cults i am concerned that anyone seeking access to the spiritual worlds, and a Safe pathway, should have Access to unbiased reports. I Need to say from the Outset that yes there Are elements of Racism in Anthroposophy. But As with Virtually every spiritual path, It IS the followers that Are Often the worst, the So you believe that there IS a spiritual World?
In your Posting, the way it IS writen, Skews someone of the realities. For Example,the Statement that the determining of the temperament of a Child IS based "in Part" on physiology continues the Theme of Euthagenics, and Racism. but if one was unbiased, and had actually been in a Waldorf school, Then one would Realise a number of things: one, that the Temperaments Are Not so easy to understand, a Child having a mix of them all, and thus the Teacher IS obliged to be VERY careful (if they Are a good teacher) in making any premature assessments. in many many Waldorf schools, Particularly in NewZealand, Maori ( indiginous, dark skinnend,) children Do well. They Are Often the only schools ( there Are some Full Maori schools, But in the larger National educational system, i mean) to have a dedicated Maori Teacher, and Often the only Schools, where Maori IS a set Part of the curriculum for all the children. So lets look at the facts of the great uptake of Anthroposophy in the schools and biodynamic Farming from India through to Thailand and China.if it was today so racist Sect like and People so naive, Then i think These governments would stop it. Anthroposophy IS Open, and on the Internet. Nothing IS Hidden. Heck, you Can download all the class Lessings for the Esoteric School! I am an Anthroposophist, i Do think it's easy to see,and Judge the system As a sect.but this has much to Do with the attitudes of Those within the society who believe every Word from Steiners lips was the only truth, and Must be slavishly,and blindly followed.something Steiner himself was constantly advising against. The question of bias Can be directed Both ways,at Those attacking, and Those Defending.thank you

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Why are Steiner Schools so Controversial? - BBC News 2014
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: February 11, 2017 07:46PM

Why are Steiner Schools so Controversial?

[www.bbc.com]

Found this item by putting this into the Google search slot:

"bullying" waldorf Schools

[www.google.com]


[sites.google.com]


This website is run by PeterK. His profile states:

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California, United States
Former Waldorf Parent - Studied Anthroposophy 10 years in earnest, 18 years altogether - now Waldorf critic and whistle blowew


[thewaldorfreview.blogspot.com]


Steiner, Faculty Meetings on pdf via Steiner archives.

[digitalseance.files.wordpress.com]


[sites.google.com]



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