A New Approach to Rudolf Steiner Teachings
In the past few years, Steiner's name has been dragged through the mud of accusations and name-calling that has amounted to the single largest distraction from studying Steiner's teachings since his death. There are web and social media sites dedicated to defaming Steiner's name by people who haven't read or studied Steiner's works, but have much to say about them. These distractions and attempts at character assassination are now moot points that should not affect the content of Steiner's teachings.
The nature and character of the Anthroposophical Society have little to do with Steiner's teachings but, in fact, are often the opposite of what Steiner taught. Many people who seemingly work for Anthroposophy may be working against the spirit of Rudolf Steiner. Taking Steiner's teachings and gluing onto them the "seemingly" Anthroposophical "research" of some "Anthroposophist" may be the greatest evil to Steiner's teachings.
These chaotic attempts at spiritual research often fly under the "false flag" of Anthroposophy when they should be known as the opposite of Steiner's Anthroposophy. Various teachings that say they "go beyond" Steiner are in fact a form of anti-Anthroposophy that leeches off of the spiritual insight of Steiner and creates an ego-centered revision that is hardly recognizable by those who devotedly study Steiner's words. These revisionists should not use the word Anthroposophy and link it to new and spurious ego-centered pseudo-clairvoyance.