Law of Vibration by Leon Van Kraayenburgby Leon Van Kraayenburg
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On the Universal Mind

When we pivot our notion of reality (physics really as we define it herein - physis, or nature more broadly), away from objective reality as the benchmark of truth toward an epistemic, process-based model, we end up with a view of the world…
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Early Christian Theology: Jesus, Gnosis, and Logos

With the Hellenic philosophic tradition and culture firmly planted in the Mediterranean in the last few centuries BCE and the first century CE, we see a drastic shift in theological and philosophical thought as sages, mystics and philosophers…
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The Scientific Revolution: God Learns Analytic Geometry and Calculus

After much study and analysis then, it was clear to Charlie that there was no notion of this hard distinction/separation of subject and object in the ancient cosmological and philosophical systems of thought that developed in the ancient civilizations…
Royal Library of Alexandria
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Hellenistic Theo-Philosophy: Sowing the Seeds of Christianity

Despite his search through the evolution of thought from the dawn of civilization, particularly in the Mediterranean and Near/Far East, Charlie still had yet to find that marker, that break, where man had become so convinced of the reality of…