Sallust, On the Gods and the World, Chapter 2

That a God is immutable, without Generation, eternal, incorporeal, and has no Subsistence in Place.And such are the requisites for an auditor of the gods. But the necessary discourses proceed as follows: the essences of the gods are neither generated; for eternal natures are without generation; and those beings are eternal who possess a first … Continue reading Sallust, On the Gods and the World, Chapter 2

Ordering

we build how we see the Gods like amino acids build life selecting some Gods, leaving others only potentiality another life-path that could have been only what we choose is grammared by us pantheoned and token-bearing nourishing our lives with symbols who point the way to the unknowable Ones beyond what we know is possibility … Continue reading Ordering

Brief Thoughts after Reading Book VI of the Platonic Theology

Tonight, I finished reading the part of the Platonic Theology in the six books from Proclus; I'm about to commence with the remainder of the Prometheus Trust volume, which contains a seventh book by Thomas Taylor. (I've already read all of the endnotes, so I'm about 3/4 of the way through it.) I've been pushing … Continue reading Brief Thoughts after Reading Book VI of the Platonic Theology