Tag: alchemy

Decoding Newton’s Codex

• January 18, 2014 • Comments (1)
Decoding Newton’s Codex

How Newton’s interest in esoteric knowledge and the development of his scientific models could have merged to form a scientific work like that of the Principia?

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A Dedication to the Elements of our Earth

• July 11, 2013 • Comments (0)
A Dedication to the Elements of our Earth

By Dr. Stephan Harding For us modern people, you are merely the ‘chemical elements’. We consider you inanimate, dead, not worthy of a point of view. We’ve never given you thanks. Who cares about lifeless rock and air? But an ancient awareness stirs and grows in the face of the global crisis – that you […]

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The Wisdom of Shakespeare

• March 25, 2012 • Comments (0)
The Wisdom of Shakespeare

There is a wealth of evidence to suggest that the Shakespeare name is a meaningful pseudonym for a ‘secret’ author, who arranged for himself to be masked, or fronted, by a living person bearing a symbolically meaningful name.  Evidence suggests that this was not only deliberately done, but there was a primary motive to this.  […]

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Eternal Knowledge: Earth Energies

• March 23, 2012 • Comments (0)
Eternal Knowledge: Earth Energies

This article is part of a series.  Read the part 1 and the part 2. In recent years there has been increasing interest in ‘earth energies’. For thousands of years, people took great care in the siting of their buildings and their settlements. It is highly likely that the Great Pyramid in Egypt and other […]

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Eternal Knowledge: Copper, Electro-Magnetism and Food Production

• February 26, 2012 • Comments (1)
Eternal Knowledge: Copper, Electro-Magnetism and Food Production

This article is part of a series.  Read the part 1 and the part 3. Did the ancients deliberately use copper tools?  And if they did, was it because they knew that copper and its alloys had certain beneficial properties? For the ‘Eternal Knowledge Festival’ in April we have two leading experts who will explain […]

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Eternal Knowledge – Bronze Age to the Modern Age

• February 12, 2012 • Comments (0)
Eternal Knowledge – Bronze Age to the Modern Age

This article is part of a series.  Read the part 2 and the part 3. What is ‘eternal knowledge’? Sir Isaac Newton referred to it as prisca sapientia. This is timeless, sophisticated knowledge, the ‘perennial wisdom’ familiar to Aldous Huxley and the poet Yeats, and also known to the ‘advanced’ city-based civilisations of the Bronze […]

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Ralph Metzner: expansion of consciousness in the Individual and Society

• May 21, 2011 • Comments (6)
Ralph Metzner

This fascinating talk by Ralph Metzner Ph.D., pioneering psychologist involved in consciousness research for over 50 years, is the first in a series of videos from ‘Consciousness and the Biosphere – Frontiers of the Future’, an event held at the October Gallery in London on the 14th May 2011 in collaboration with Synergetic Press, The […]

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