Concerning Ammonius Saccas

Alexander Wilder, Modern Theosophy  
And the Eclectic Philosophy of Alexandria

José Ramón Sordo


Helena P. Blavatsky and the eminent theosophist A. Wilder


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Editorial Note:

The following article is reproduced from “FOHAT
magazine, Canada. Part I was published in the Winter
2006 edition. Part II appeared in the Spring 2007 edition.
Mexican theosophist José Ramón Sordo ( ?? – 2014 ) was
an earnest student of the original teachings of theosophy.  

(Carlos Cardoso Aveline)

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Although the Theosophical History Occasional Paper Volume III, “Ammonius Saccas and his ‘Eclectic Philosophy’ as presented by Alexander Wilder” written by Dr. Jean-Louis Siémons, was published by Dr. James Santucci, editor of Theosophical History, in 1994, and the original paper was delivered by Dr. Siémons in London in 1988; the importance and timeless character of its content, despite the lapse of 18 years will be enough reason for a few remarks of mine concerning this important research.

 

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