“I Believe in Philosophy” | Hypatia of Alexandria in Agora and History

“There have been times when “a considerable portion of enlightened minds” were taught in our schools. Such times there were in India, Persia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. But, as I remarked (…) the adept is the efflorescence of his age, and comparatively few ever appear in a single century. Earth is the battle-ground of moral no Continue reading “I Believe in Philosophy” | Hypatia of Alexandria in Agora and History

Jean-Louis Siemons: “Theosophy” in Neo-Platonic and Christian Literature

Dr. Jean-Louis Siémons article Theosofia in Neo-Platonic and Christian Literature (2nd to 6th Century A.D.), Theosophical History Centre, London, 1988, pp. 24-26. Dr. Siémons was an Associate of the United Lodge of Theosophists for over fifty years. This is to give us perspective on the 19th century Theosophical Movement’s place within the broader scope of theosophical Continue reading Jean-Louis Siemons: “Theosophy” in Neo-Platonic and Christian Literature