Science Historian Deciphers Plato's Code
A science historian found a mathematical pattern of ideas hidden in Plato's texts or at least The Republic. We know Socrates and so Plato were Pythagorean, and the ideas are very Pythagorean (mathematical and probably about the universe.)
We had a members meeting in the Dutch TS (Aydar) at the end of May. It was spirited, but business like. That is: we discussed important issues, without scapegoating.
I thought I’d share the main issues. I am glad to see that the tabu on discussing these things is leading to important insights coming out – it’s the only way we can reframe the theosophical work in a way that’s relevant for humanity today. What follows is my current view on where we are and need to go.
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As an exercise in PR, I’d like to profile a typical theosophist. Having such a profile might help us in attracting a few of those theosophists outside the TS that Blavatsky mentioned. That is: we should see this person in our minds when we: