Tiger-Saucy writes an open letter to Greta Thunberg

TIGER-SAUCY WRITES AN OPEN LETTER TO GRETA THUNBERG

These are dangerous times little one. So much passion, so much heart, so much will, but … you’ve become a public figure, a sacrifice for sure … but a target as well. Everyone wants to own and guide you, while some even want to bemoan and attack you. I recently read the idea that you are a reincarnation of Joan ‘d Arc.

The key question remains: Who are you to yourself?

Years upon years ago, there lived a Queen, married to a King, in a time in which a seer could know would end in bloodshed. “Let them eat cake” is a phrase commonly attributed to queen Marie Antoinette, although there is no record of her having said it. History took her head via a guillotine.

While these events unfolded, this Queen had a friend, a legendary wizard remembered as St. Germain. They exchanged letters. He would visit and do tricks at court, like taking a piece of coal, folding his hand closed, and then opened, to reveal a diamond to cheers and cries of delight.

As one kind of princess to another, I wish you good fortune, although … again … who are you to yourself, as against what other people want you to be?

There is a song being sung all through Faerie. The Son has returned as promised, and He has brought His Mother along for some help and guidance during this crisis of whether goes the weather. She has the whole world in His Hands.


You see, dear little one, She rides the Four Horseman, and plays the tunes to which Flood, Earthquake, Desert, Volcano, Hurricane, War, Disease, and Tsunami dance.

Yet, you are being feed ideas that are not good nutrition for the mind’s heart-soul. Not surprising in this time of the enchantment of the intellect by scientific materialism – all is matter there is no spirit.

I, Tiger-Saucy, introduces/offers gluten/poison free thoughts in which you may find your Way through the tangle of thorns, to the lost-castle of truth, so sorely needed. Science, as it is today, does guide us, for its believers think that the human being – such as yourself – is the only sentient consciousness in the Sphere of the Earth&Sun&Planets&Moons&Stars&Plants&Stones, including the four-legged, & the winged creatures …

Who are you to yourself, is not only a question humans must ask themselves, but the Nature we ignore is not just fully conscious, it is of the Super-conscious. You, as are all of us, born of Nature. You are, as the wizard Rudolf Steiner thought/knew: Nature becoming able to look at Itself.

Climate Change is a riddle, not a certainty. Care of the Mother must be done, whether the soulless multi-national Corporation/Egregore/Frankenstein plays fair or not.

Tiger-Saucy sends you to school, for heroes need the sword of knowledge as much as they need courage and compassion. Read books, for sometimes giants in the realm of thoughts leave behind a treasure it took their life&lives to discover and share.

There will be seven, in honor of the mysteries of the Seven Liberal Arts: Grammar, Logic, Rhetoric are the Trivium, and Arithmetic, Geometry, Music and Astronomy are the Quadrivium. You can begin anywhere, or not. Just know that these books are infused with the Spirit of the Son, and some deserve to become designated as “a gospel of”

A trinity, in accord with the Divine Mystery, and a four-natured manifestation, in accord with the Classical Elements of Antiquity, Fire (will), Air (intellect), Water (feeling), and Earth (consciousness).

Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric involve understanding the Use of the Word, in thought, and speech, and writing. They cannot be separated, anymore than the four elements can be separated.

These books are healing antidotes to the soul-poisons of scientific materialism. The wisdom is not in the words, but in the deeds these words call forth. The World Song sings to us, via a science in which spirit and soul matter.

[Grammar] a gospel of knowing: “A Theory of Knowledge Implicit in Goethe’s World Conception”

[Logic] a gospel of the imagination: “Poetic Diction”

[Rhetoric] a gospel of the soul: “On Becoming an Alchemist”

[Arithmetic] a gospel of physics: Will – fire: “Man or Matter”

[Geometry] a gospel of organic chemistry: – Air – intellect: “The Nature of Substance”

[Music] a gospel of the nature of movement; Water – feeling: “Sensitive Chaos”

[Astronomy] a gospel of life: Earth – consciousness: “The Plant: vol I and II”

[the following definitions in italics are basically the first sentences/phrases from the relevant Wikipedia article. In the plain text, I have tried to adjust the definition-situation to include a spiritual/non-material quality.

In linguistics, grammar is the set of structural rules governing the composition of clauses, phrases and words in a natural language. 

For an examination of what might be called the grammar of experience, and how to find the right clauses, phrases, and words by which to rightly join thought and experience, then read Rudolf Steiner’s: “A Theory of Knowledge Implicit in Goethe’s World Conception”, a gospel of knowing.

Logic is the systematic study of the form of valid inference, and the most general laws of truth.

Once we cross the threshold of thought and experience, we begin to find our own powers of imagination, inspiration, and intuition, … for aid in that journey read Owen Barfield’s: “Poetic Diction”, a gospel of the imagination.

Rhetoric is the art of persuasion. Along with grammar and logic, it is one of the three ancient arts of discourse.

For a good example/demonstration of written-discourse, that sees clearly the Way to Learn of Our-self, read Catherine MacCoun’s “On Becoming an Alchemist”, a gospel of the soul.

Arithmetic is a branch of mathematicsthat consists of the study of numbers.

Is the world – in itself – describable by mathematics and numbers? Certainly not spirit. Yet, the natural science of today is not so much not-spiritual as it is merely concerned with the quantitative, rather than the qualitative.The will to know the world in the last five hundred years road in on a horse called “physics”. In E. Lehr’s “Man or Matter” we follow the history of physics in such a way that we do not loose sight of the spirit, e.g. a fiery will to see truly into the sacred secrets of the world of matter and spirit, aka – a gospel of physics.

Geometry is a branch of mathematicsconcerned with questions of shape, size, relative position of figures, and the properties of space.

So, here we are, body and soul. From whence comes our shape, if the spirit is involved. The DNA? How about a gospel of organic chemistry, revealing the secrets of life in Ways yet to be imagined ~!~ Rudolf Hauschka’s “The Nature of Substance”, as the Air Element is the Intellect dancing.

Music is an art form and culturalactivity whose medium is sound organized in time.

Living substance, whether of matter or soul&spirit, follows laws that are the speech of their own nature. Thus Theodor Schwenk’s: “Sensitive Chaos: the creation of flowing form in water and air”. where the outer world reveals its hidden shape creating powers, a gospel of movement, apt for our own self understanding. We are also of the Element Water, aka “feeling’ in the secret sacred language of the ancients. Our feeling life is itself: sensitive chaos.

Astronomy is a natural sciencethat studies celestial objectsand phenomena.

We loose the spirit of the stars if we see them as separate from the Earth. Flowers and Trees are the Stars manifesting endless diversity. A true astronomy needs to notice the life of the green world, as a kind of picture speech of the stars themselves, the flowers and trees of the night sky. Learn by reading the quiet mind of Gerbert Grohmann’s “The Plant, vol. I and II”, a gospel of Life, of the Earth and Consciousness.

For dessert, you can do some bit of extra work, so do not miss out on Tom Cowan’s works, a gospel of healing medicine: “Human heart Cosmic heart”; “Vaccines, Autoimmunity, and the Changing Nature of Childhood Illness”; and “Cancer and the New Biology of Water”.

Thomas Cowan

Thomas Cowan

Thomas Cowan

All this work, in support of a spiritual understanding of human existence, is a gift from folk who themselves tried to be who they were – to themselves. That is where He&She are, by the Way. In us, via us, we change the world one precious moment at a time. We get to choose, right? In the sphere of the reach of our hearts, we are a manifestation of the divine, which is distributed in all that is, in All Our Relations, each according to their nature.

We are all singers of songs of joy and woe, and nothing – no king, president, scoundrel, thief, jailer, can take our songs from us. Sing little one, sing … be who you want to be …

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