Platonism/Neoplatonism

Philosophy and Theurgy in Late Antiquity

The ancient philosophy, in its original Orphico-Pythagorean and Platonic form, is not simply a way of life in accordance with the divine or human intellect (nous), but also the way of alchemical transformation and mystical illumination achieved […..]

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Science and Religion in Ancient Greece

How far has the Western intellect come since Homer and the earliest Greek philosophers? Nearly three millennia have passed and in our own eyes we have made enormous progress since those times, especially in the last five […..]

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The Kingfisher’s Wing

The Kingfisher’s Wing is a visionary reconstruction, or recital, of the life of Plotinus, based on a close study of the Enneads. It is an unveiling of an age-old wisdom which we find reflected in all the authentic […..]

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