The Dangers of New Age Narcissism (*)

THE DANGERS OF NEW AGE NARCISSISM (*) Kate Thomas I am rather tired of observing nominally spiritual communities. For over thirty years, I have noticed repeatedly that such organisations do not live up to their professed ideals. However, the situation is far worse now than it was in the 1950’s, and it was very far… Read More

Synthesis of the Perennial (or Esoteric) Philosophy

Even though we have a website specifically dedicated to Perennial (or Esoteric) Philosophy, and even though we know that today there are many texts that can be considered as introductions to Perennial (or Esoteric) Philosophy, we chose here, as a synthetic introduction to this very important philosophy, the text Perennial Philosophy: General Aspects and Its… Read More

Synthesis of the Buddhist Christianity

Although we have a site dedicated to the presentation of the Buddhist Christianity, we have chosen here a few works as a synthetic presentation of the Buddhist Christianity, which is one of the main aspects of the “New” Gospel of interpretation, which is the name of the religious message given to the world by Dr.… Read More

Synthesis of Humanitarianism

Although we have a website dedicated to the social philosophy of Humanitarianism, we have chosen here a work and a part of a chapter of another work as a synthesis of Humanitarianism. Humanitarianism is based in the Perennial Philosophy and in the Law of the Universal Brotherhood of Humanity. Besides this synthetic presentation, we have… Read More

(The) Golden String (William Blake Quoted in Bede Griffiths’ Autobiography)

“In one of the “Notebooks” of the great English Romantic poet William Blake, there’s a beautiful stanza which ultimately ended as the epigraph of “To the Christians” plate of his prophetic poem “Jerusalem”: I give you the end of a golden string;    Only wind it into a ball, It will lead you in at… Read More

No Wisdom But in Submission to the Gods

“There is no happiness where there is no wisdom; No wisdom but in submission to the gods. Big words are always punished.” (Sophocles. Last phrase of the play Antigone)

Three Truths which Are Absolute

“There are three truths which are absolute, and which cannot be lost, but yet may remain silent for lack of speech. I. The soul of man is immortal, and its future is the future of a thing whose growth and splendour have no limit. II. The principle which gives life dwells in us and without… Read More