The History of The Ageless Wisdom

The Ageless Wisdom is an ancient lineage, teachings that are at the very foundation of our civilisation.
It is our past, our present and our future.

INTRODUCTION
Hermes
Hermes
10,000+ BC
For over 12,000 years Hermes’ teachings have stayed with us through the ages, keeping the light of the Ageless Wisdom alive – and found at the heart of all true religion, philosophy and science.
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Patanjali
Patanjali
circa 9000 BC
Patanjali was an Indian teacher of the Ageless Wisdom. He brought through the Yoga-sutras, a treatise on the Ageless Wisdom, and a description of what he called the Path of Yoga.
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Zarathushtra
Zarathushtra
circa 6000 BC
A great Persian teacher whose role it was to shine light on the source of our ignorance and the ‘shimmering illusions’ offered by the astral plane – the shadows that keeps us in darkness and separate from our Soul.
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Bhagavad Gita
Bhagavad Gita
2000 BC
The Gita is beyond mysticism and is a message to humanity. Arjuna’s dilemma on the battlefield is humanity’s dilemma...
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Krishna
Krishna
2000 BC
Krishna is a character that through the Bhagavad Gita presents one of the greatest works on philosophy, science and religion ever offered to Humanity. The Bhagavad Gita was written by a high initiate and teacher of the Ageless Wisdom.
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Imhotep
Imhotep
2600 BC
Immortalised as the God of Healing in Ancient Egypt, Imhotep was also a revered priest and scientist, a political figure and architect of the Step Pyramid of Saqqara. It is the quality that Imhotep lived rather that what he did that brought his connection to the Universal All to the world.
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Buddha
Buddha
600 BC
Born an Indian Prince, Siddhartha left his life of privilege to seek understanding of the world and the Truth of our existence. More commonly known as Buddha, he helped humanity in understanding a way of living.
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Pythagoras
Pythagoras
507 BC
Much of what we know about Pythagoras's life comes from Neoplatonist writers. These writers believed in the Greek gods,[6] so many myths exist around Pythagoras.
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Socrates
Socrates
469 BC - 399 BC
Socrates is widely credited with being the father of modern day philosophy as it is from his teachings that Plato based his Academy – teachings which further students then propagated.
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Plato
Plato
427BC - 347BC
Plato was a student of Socrates and part of the Pythagorean lineage. To this day, his famous Allegory of the Cave still inspires philosophers and students across the globe with its wisdom and truth about the way humanity is living.
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Alexandrian Library
Alexandrian Library
290 BC - 415 AD
The first truly cosmopolitan city, a melting pot of scientific, philosophical and religious traditions, with its true treasure – the philosophy and teachings of the Ageless Wisdom, and at its heart the Great Library of Alexandria.
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Yeshua
Yeshua
4 BC - 30 AD
Read this revelatory article about Yeshua, who many known as Jesus, and discover what his true purpose was – a far cry from the story the Christian Church made us believe to fit their version of Christianity.
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Hypatia
Hypatia
370 - 415
Hypatia, the great teacher, scientist, mathematician and philosopher, lived a way of life that was in connection to the universal all. She was a universal role model and inspiration for men and women alike.
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The Renaissance
The Renaissance
1300 - 1600
This was a time of great blossoming of the esoteric tradition and rediscovery of the Ageless Wisdom in centres throughout Europe and England. Many of the great Renaissance names were in fact students and initiates of the Ageless Wisdom.
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Leonardo Da Vinci
Leonardo Da Vinci
1452 -1519
Leonardo da Vinci seeded forth the new era in Science, Religion and Philosophy.
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John Dee
John Dee
1527 -1608
One of the foremost mathematicians of his age, and also a deeply religious man, John Dee straddled the worlds of Science and Occult Philosophy before they became distinguishable.
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Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon
1561-1626
A high initiate, working in the upper echelons of the British government, Francis Bacon was a true Renaissance polymath – scientist, jurist, statesman, philosopher, essayist, and much more.
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William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare
1564 -1616
What is it that comprises the magic of Shakespeare? What part does it play on the stage of the world and our evolution?
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St Germain
St Germain
1710 - 1784
St Germain’s life in the 18th Century is full of unexplained gaps and disappearances. He was a great Philosopher and Seer, skilled in Alchemy, Arts, Music, and Science, and friend to politicians,
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Helena Blavatsky
Helena Blavatsky
1831-1891
Helena Blavatsky showed that there is no religion higher than truth. She worked with the guiding hand of The Hierarchy to support The Return to our Divine nature, changing the course of world history and averting humanity from a return to the repressive era of the Dark Ages.
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Alice A Bailey
Alice A Bailey
1880 - 1949
Alice A. Bailey gradually established a working relationship with the Ascended Master who eventually became known to her as DK or Djwhal Khul; together they inaugurated what DK called the intermediate phase of a greater plan.
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Serge Benhayon
Serge Benhayon
1964 -
Many great teachers over the ages have offered a Living Way to reconnect to the truth of us. Serge Benhayon is the latest teacher in this grand lineage bringing the next transmission of the Ageless Wisdom for our times, The Way of The Livingness.
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