Review of the Ancient Philosophical Systems

Out of Plato, says Ralph Waldo Emerson, come all things that are still written and debated among men of thought. He absorbed the learning of his times of Greece from Philolaus to Socrates then of Pythagoras in Italy then what he could procure from Egypt and the East. He was so broad that all philosophy, European and Asiatic, was in his doctrines and to culture and contemplation he added the nature and qualities of the poet. The followers of Plato generally adhered strictly to...

India The Cradle Of The Race

Acquisition of the Secret Two Relics Owned by a Pali Jealous Exclusiveness of the Lydia Maria Child on Phallic The Age of the Vedas and Traditions of Pre-Diluvian Atlantis and Its Peruvian The Gobi Desert and Its Thibetan and Chinese The Magician Aids, Not Impedes, Philosophy, Religion, Arts and Sciences Bequeathed by Mother India to

Cyclic Phenomena

Meaning of the Expression Coats of Natural Selection and its The Egyptian Circle of Pre-Adamite Descent of Spirit into The Triune Nature of The Lowest Creatures in the Scale of Elementals Specifically Proclus on the Beings of the Various Names for Swedenborgian Views on Earth-Bound Human Impure Mediums and their Psychometry an Aid to Scientific Pere Felix Arraigns the The Danger of Evocations by Lares and Secrets of Hindu Witchcraft and The Sacred Soma Vulnerability of Certain Experiment of...

The Platonic Philosophy Affords the Only Middle Ground

The whole question of phenomena rests on the correct comprehension of old philosophies. Whither, then, should we turn, in our perplexity, but to the ancient sages, since, on the pretext of superstition, we are refused an explanation by the modern Let us ask them what they know of genuine science and religion not in the matter of mere details, but in all the broad conception of these twin truths so strong in their unity, so weak when divided. Besides, we may find our profit in comparing this...

Before The Veil

Advance our waving colors on the walls My life has been devoted to the study of man, his destiny and his happiness. J. R. BUCHANAN, M.D., Outlines of Lectures on Anthropology it is nineteen centuries since, as we are told, the night of Heathenism and Paganism was first dispelled by the divine light of Christianity and two-and-a-half centuries since the bright lamp of Modern Science began to shine on the darkness of the ignorance of the ages. within these respective epochs, we are required...

Dogmatic Assumptions of Modern Science and Theology

The ethics of Paganism perhaps met the wants of the uncultivated people of antiquity, but not until the advent of the luminous Star of Bethlehem, was the true road to moral perfection and the way to salvation made plain. Of old, brutishness was the rule, virtue and spirituality the exception. Now, the dullest may read the will of God in His revealed word men have every incentive to be good, and are constantly becoming better. This is the assumption what are the facts on the one hand an...