From Worms to Gods

In which we review Wolfgang Smith’s writings on Darwinism and biology. I am worm, I am slave, I am king, I am God. ~ Gavrila Derzhavin Spiritual and mystical writers are often criticized, e.g., as being “life denying”, for describing themselves as “worms” or “slaves”. Here, however, the Russian poet … Continue reading

Esoteric Darwinism

I spent a few hours this week reading some reviews of Mind and Cosmos; I hadn’t realized it was such a widely reviewed work. There are some broad categories of reviews. After briefly describing them, I will offer the esoteric interpretation. Finally, we will explain why Zarathustra was so frustrated. … Continue reading

Darwin and Social Surgery

Man as a physical being is subject to gravity and other laws of physics, not to mention chemical laws. As part of biological life, he is also subject to various biological laws. In particular, this includes the two scientific laws of neo-Darwinism (incorrectly called the “theory of evolution”). Darwin’s insight … Continue reading

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