A Testament from an Early Disciple of Jonathan Black


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Initial post: 1 Sep 2007 12:50:33 BDT
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Robert Lomas says:
Jonathan Black has been an inspiration to many of the authors who are interested in the study of antient philosophy and the teachings of the early Mystery Schools.
He inspired me with his conversation, his editorial guidance and his skill in untangling a narrative thread.
I was delighted when I found out he was writing his own views on the science of the human spirit and having just received a pre-release copy I am throughly enjoying reading it.
His opening chapters pose exactly the questions which drive me to write, and I look forward to enjoying the carefully crafted revelations of Black's own views on what makes us human.
He asks not how we came to be here, but why?

Robert Lomas

In reply to an earlier post on 2 Oct 2007 13:22:29 BDT
Kevin Duffy says:
I too found this book illuminating, as I was always taught to be cautious. What a stunning and refreshing revisionist account of history and myth.

Its all true I tell you.
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