... is not surprising, then, that, according to Socrates, the Greek word anthropos (or human being) was originally a sentence ... Proto-Indo-European *sker, “to turn or bend,” through the Greek kirkos and the Latin circare "to go about, wander, traverse read more...

... longest running scientific debates in history. Althou gh Greek civilization did not use the word ‘electronics ’ as a read more...

... longest running scientific debates, i n history. Although Greek civilization, did not use the word electronics, as a read more...

... as well as (but not limited • The Roman goddess Venus (in Greek, Aphrodite), whose symbol is the 5-pointed star, and also ... share a common end point); • The Roman Goddess Minerva (in Greek, Athena); • Sophia in Platonic/hermetic and Gnostic read more...

... confusion that otherwise might develop. Thucydides, the Greek historian, tells us that “both justice and decency require read more...

... well as (but not limited to): • The Roman goddess Venus (in Greek, Aphrodite), whose symbol is the 5-pointed star, and also ... share a common end point); • The Roman Goddess Minerva (in Greek, Athena); • Sophia in Platonic/hermetic and Gnostic read more...

... Mount Olympus. I mean, it’s turning this group into the Greek gods on Mount Olympus, including John. So for John it’s read more...

... as they appear on the above plaque): The 5th-century BCE Greek philosopher, Socrates was honored by the Rosicrucians and read more...

... would be interested, would have a clue, this would all be Greek to them, and uninteresting and kind as dry as paint. Yet to read more...

... book?" JG: Yes. BTW John was your (Kaye's) father in the Greek life we discussed - when you were my student (Jim as ... and this was around the second century AD in which he was a Greek Christian teacher and mystic.' "Just getting some read more...

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