Tagged: Plato

The Rise of Tyranny and the New World Order – as seen by Plato

It’s not so well known that Plato was an alchemist – along with being a playwright – and so he based his wisdom on his observations of Nature, of which human nature is a fractal, holographic part and parcel. In doing so, he was able to predict the course that takes a society from democracy into tyranny. Continue reading

The Great Work, the Crucifixion and the Marriage at Cana

The alchemy practised by Plato has recently become a subject of great interest since the Royal Wedding, when they rolled back the carpet in front of the high altar at Westminster Abbey to reveal the Cosmati pavement bearing the ancient Greek natural philosopher’s splendid alchemical vision of the creation of the universe. Continue reading

The Deluge and Atlantis

THE search for the lost city of Atlantis has engaged our greatest minds for centuries. The very word itself seems to cast a mysterious spell over the psyche of the most rational explorer to the extent that so many possible sites have been found for Atlantis, it might be quicker to list the locations that haven’t been claimed for it as have. Continue reading