Re: Theos-World Gone from men?s sight -
Oct 08, 2007 11:00 AM
The Venetian was called Master Racozsy I think
Vr gr Christina
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Cass Silva <silva_cass@...> wrote:
> John King was dead. What's Olcott doing talking to the dead?
> Sveinn Freyr <Sven04@...> wrote:
> List members -
> Who is the "English philosopher" ?
> ~ S. F.
> From Old Diary Leaves Vol I
> .... John King brought four of the Masters to my attention, of whom
> one was a Copt, one a representative of the Neo Platonist
> school, one­a very high one, a Master of the Masters, so to
> Venetian, and one an English philosopher, gone from men's sight, yet
> not dead. The first of these became my first Guru, and a stern
> disciplinarian he was, indeed, a man of splendid masculinity of
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