A Witch Alone at the Crossroads

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The Beauty and the Gods

, 11:05

Beautiful vs Fearful gods.

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Platonic Axiochos on Death

, 19:01

Socrates explains that death is not an experience accompanied with the loss of someone's existence. The real human is the soul which is immortal.

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Poem: The Goddess

, 12:08

"She was holding one torch and the flame was warm and bright, she is the Goddess of the truth, the wisdom and the light"

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Commentary on Timaios for the Positioning of the Cosmic Soul

, 14:35

On the work of Proclos, Commentaries on Timaios, we read a comment about a platonic teaching concerning the positioning of the soul. Porphyrios, Iamblichos and Proclos give their views. Read the following text having in mind that the Goddess Hekate is the cosmic soul, the soul of the universe, putting the soul of the universe in the middle between the mental and the tangible world.

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Becoming Agathos Daimon

, 00:12

The neoplatonist philosopher Porphyry divided virtues in four categories in his work Sententiae. Political virtues, kathartikes (cleansing) virtues, mental virtues, paradigmatic virtues. The political virtues set boundaries to the passions of the soul. The cleansing virtues help the removal of those passions. The mental virtues help to the removal of the passions which do not think of the mental energy. The paradigmatic virtues help to the removal of the essense of the passions of the mind(?), here the ancient text is missing. The human who practices the kathartikes virtues is becoming a daemon or a agathos daemon, a good daemon, something like the guardian angel of the christianity. The one who will obtain the mental virtues becomes a god. Let's see the kathartic virtues of Porphyrios.

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