“that greatly influenced religious, philosophical, and scientific thought for many centuries.”
No one, however gross and material he might be in this life and thought, can avoid leading a double existence in reality. One life is lived in the visible universe, the other plays out in the invisible.
This is a fundamental tenet of the Theosophical Philosophy as presented by H. P. Blavatsky.
“Socratic myths describe the ascent of the soul to true knowledge,” Theosophical scholar W. T. S. Thackera says, “its communion with divine realities, and its return to enlighten mankind.”
“The order of the Dialogues is important, as the myths in them,” Thackera explains, “each representing a kind of initiation, progressively reveal new…
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