• Persephone − Natura

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    15-03-2017 0 comments

     Persephone − Natura

    'Hear how in this universe, as in a great city, order is established by the control of a majestic government. In the heavens, as in the citadel of a human city, resides imperially the everlasting Ruler. From Him eternally has gone forth the command that every individual thing should be known and written in the book of His provid... read more...

  • Natura speaks

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    08-03-2017 0 comments

    Natura speaks

    'I am she who have fashioned the form and eminence of man into the likeness of the original mundane mechanism, that in him, as in a mirror of the world itself, combined nature may appear. For just as, of the four elements, the concordant discord, the single plurality, the dissonant consonance, the dissenting agreement, produce t... read more...

  • Augustine and the exoteric christianity

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    01-03-2017 1 comments

    Augustine and the exoteric christianity

    Here follows a quote from the work of Rudolf Steiner about the meaning of Augustine for the church. I am finishing my reflections about Augustine with this quote. Augustine's method of thinking told him that since the Christ event other conditions had begun for souls seeking the spirit in place of those which had existed previo... read more...

  • Augustine in the history of thinking

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    22-02-2017 0 comments

    Augustine in the history of thinking

    A foreshadowing of a new element produced by thought life itself emerges in St. Augustine (354 – 430). This element soon vanishes from the surface, however, to continue unnoticeably under the cover of religious conception, becoming distinctly discernible again only in the later Middle Ages. In St. Augustine, the new elemen... read more...

  • A still deeper reform of Augustine

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    15-02-2017 2 comments

    A still deeper reform of Augustine

    In the tenth book Augustine gives a wonderful description of his investigations both of the outer world and into the inner life, resulting in considerations of pure thinking. After that he inquires into his memory and this results at last in a deeper reform. The descriptions are too long to quote here, but are worth reading! Her... read more...