Rachel Weisz’s Hypatia in Agora: “I Believe in Philosophy”

“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 Rachel Weisz’s Hypatia in Agora: “I Believe in Philosophy”

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

THEOSOPHY means Divine Wisdom, but does not imply in it a belief in a personal god, but ONE immutable, eternal, omnipresent, boundless ABSOLUTE DEITY, a modern Theosophist says, as was held by the Theosophists of the Neo-Platonic Alexandrian School, believing in the daimonia (“gods” and “demons”). It is therefore, not “the Wisdom of God” that is Continue reading Jean-Louis Siemons: Theosophy in Neo-Platonic and Christian Literature