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Rogier Fentener van Vlissingen

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in Jutphaas, Netherlands
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Gary Renard, Kenneth Wapnick, A Course in Miracles

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Born in Holland, studied A Course in Miracles from 1991 onwards, mostly with Ken Wapnick and the Foundation for A Course in Miracles.

Translator of Gary Renard's work into Dutch, and Margot Krikhaar into English, as well as other translation work.

BA Economics 1993, summa cum laude, from Fairfield Universtiy, Fairfield, Ct.
Active interests in sustainable energy tech and information tech.
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“Will not taste death” means exactly what it says. Our principal confusion with it is that we persistently misinterpret everything he says as being about bodies, since we think we ourselves are bodies, and in our delusion we do not hear that he addresses us as spirit.”
Rogier Fentene Van Vlissingen, Closing The Circle: Pursahs Gospel Of Th

“Herr Kafka, essen Sie keine Eier." (As one and only piece of dialog K recalls from his meeting with Rudolf Steiner - "Mr. Kafka don't eat eggs.”
Franz Kafka, Diaries, 1910 1923

“Jetzt kommt die Pointe aller Pointen, die mir der Herr im Schlaf verliehen hat.”
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“Presently the newly awakened psychology will gradually accomplish what pure religious devotion might have done: throw out Paul, and let Jesus in!”
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“Noi tutti siamo esiliati
entro lo cornici di uno strano quadro.
Chi sa questo, viva da grande,
Gli altri sono insetti.”
Leonardo da Vinci

“Hey, you know something people?
I'm not black
But there's a whole lots a times
I wish I could say I'm not white”
frank zappa

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