Summary of Pythagorean Theology V: Theurgy. A Summary of Pythagorean Theology © 2004, John Opsopaus Contents The Pythagorean Succession In ancient times mystical and magical traditions were passed on orally from teacher to student.
Often this involved the teacher ritually adopting the student so that they became Spiritual Parent and Child. One of the most famous traditions of this kind is the Pythagorean Succession (Pythagoreios Diadokhê), which traces it teachings to Pythagoras (572-497 BCE), who was rumored to be a son of Apollo: his name refers to Pythian Apollo, and his mother became pregnant after a visit to Delphi, where the Pythoness predicted that she would bear a great sage (see in Pt. As discussed in Part I (History), the Pythagorean Succession includes many of the most famous Sages and Philosophers of antiquity, including Empedocles (c.495-435), Plato (427-347), Apollonius of Tyana (1st cent.
Ancient Philosophia Pythagoras coined the term Philosophos, which means Lover of Wisdom. Mediating Spirits Personal Daimones. Kingston Parish Church - Jamaican Photos from the District Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons of Jamaica & Cayman Islands. These windows were erected in memory of RW Bro Robert Hamilton, the first District Grand Master of the Craft in Jamaica who was also District Grand Master of the Mark and Most Excellent Grand Superintendent of the Royal Arch.
He was also Grand Secretary General of the Supreme Council in England. His many offices are reflected in the emblems of the various Orders in the windows. The windows are known as the "Hamilton Windows". There are more photos to come... Keystone in the window Master Mason Working Tools Fellow Craft Working Tools Entered Apprentice Working Tools Pythagorean triangle Triangle around a crown Triangle around All Seeing Eye. Антропософско Общество в България - Антропософски книги, лекции и статии. History - British History in depth: The Legend of the Holy Grail Gallery. Some Mistakes Of Moses. Why I Am No Longer a Christian.
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