The Case of Valentin Tomberg: Anthroposophy Or Jesuitism?
Born in 1900 in Russia, Valentin Tomberg was for many years an enthusiastic student of Anthroposophy. In 1945, however, he converted to Roman Catholicism and completely turned his back on the former phase of his life. By the time of his death in 1973 he had written two major works--Meditations on the Tarot and Covenant of the Heart--in which he presented much esoteric knowledge, though under the spiritual authority of the Catholic Church.
What is the mystery behind Tomberg's life? Prokofieff provides his views in this forcefully argued and uncompromising book.
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Anthroposophy or Jesuitism?
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The inspiration common to Papus and Tomberg
An occult advocate of papal infallibility
Todays disciples of Tomberg and their plans
The Problem of Jesuitism and the anthroposophical movement
Extract from an article by Valentin Tomberg
Two letters from Tomberg to Rudolf Steiner
Some remarks on the new German edition of the Tarot book
Ignatius of Loyola on the nature of obedience
Some examples of themoral theologyof the Jesuits
Tombergs contradictory relationship to Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy
Contradictions between Tombergs early and late work
An example of Tombergs Jesuit delusion
The two pillars of Tombergs Tarot occultism
The tragedy of Tombergs life