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Socrates and Sages

by Robert Bruce Baird
You can easily see why it takes more than an Encyclopaedia to be able to follow what is going on from just this little quote. There are many twists and turns to follow in the pursuit of knowledge and its power that has been the purpose of many secret agencies since ‘his’-story began. Even before the records of history that extend (by way of stones and symbols) to the beginnings of man’s thoughts. These beginnings did not start with language due to some God-given gift and they did not need alphabets or other form and structure such as Locke’s ‘tabula rasa’ would have us believe. Here we see the Jewish and Muslim as well as Catholic myth-makers were involved in cryptic or coded information. It is important to remember that the Islamic people didn’t have as complete a ‘Dark Ages’ destruction of knowledge despite the efforts of Caliph Omar. Hermes Trismegistus is reckoned by many to have been the cause celebré or namesake of Hermetics and yet Barrett would have us believe he and his work did not exist until the Catholic Churchians had developed Hermeneutics. Talk about ‘revisionist history’ or Hellenized plagiarization!

Read the original article at: The Book of THoTH

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