‘...One becomes Two, Two becomes Three... And out of the Third comes One as the Fourth...’ - Mary the Prophetess.
Plate One of Duvet’s Apocalypse. 227 more words
In their own distinctive way the classical Greek myths—in their totality—probably did a better job of intelligibly representing ‘the whole’ (and man’s place within the whole) than any single rational philosopher, including the inimitable Plato, was able to do. 2,345 more words