This part of Fifth Science is referred to as key because it is instrumental in comprehending the morphe of Fifth Science.
Through this part, which will feature an extensive introduction to Fifth Science, you shall acquire the structural logic based on which the morphe of the science itself is built.
For thousands of years now, this logic has been encoded inside a philosophical framework.
We are referring here to Ancient Greek Philosophy, specifically Plato’s Theory of Forms.
Do not let the notion of Ancient Greek Philosophy scare you off this vital part; we are only concerned with a confined element of it, that which directly relates to human perception and strictly serves to elucidate the morphe of Fifth Science.
Plato’s Theory of Forms not only frames our general element of interest in Ancient Greek Philosophy but also outlines the logic through which other theories (like Aristotle’s theory on form or Parmenides concept of oneness) enter the picture.
Again, try not to miss out on this part, if you are serious about learning Fifth Science, for, as already mentioned, it is the most valuable part, second only to the science itself, which will be released at a later stage in morphe.
Before plunging into the technical side of key, which characterizes the upcoming Introductory part to Fifth Science, there is one further matter that needs to be clarified (to avoid any deconstructive obscurity):
At this point, you might be asking: Why Ancient Greek Philosophy? Why Plato’s Theory of Forms? What is there to this theory that has not already been analyzed and chewed upon by thousands of philosophers and great thinkers across history, knowing how Plato’s Dialogues have always been globally accessible for anyone to read?
Plato’s Theory of Forms (in essence) constitutes the best possible introduction to Fifth Science.
Unfortunately, any Messiah or Authentic Gnostic who has ever walked upon the face of this earth was historically criticized and undermined by ignorant men.
In Plato’s situation, criticism extended outward long throughout history, and these ignorant critics were sometimes referred to as philosophers, intellectuals, and even Holy Fathers and Sheikhs.
After all, The Fallen Angels and their followers are reincarnated on this earth and not on some other planet. The sole purpose of their earthly presence has always been to repel and refute The Gnostic Spirit, utilizing the very Gnostic language of the times, in the same manner that The Sophists would employ philosophical language to Counteract The Doctrines of Authentic Philosophers in Ancient Greek Times.
Plato’s Sacred Theory of Forms was historically denounced for being too IDEALISTIC.
Little did those critics know that they were not simply judging a philosopher, they were judging a Messiah and a TIMELESS MIND whose philosophy (according to The Gnostic Texts of The Druze) is not any less holy than the holiest of texts.
Plato is often blamed for highlighting, in his Theory of Forms, a problematic duality: the duality of Mind over Matter.
This apparently might have posed a mental dilemma at a time when Pagan Greeks seemed quite happy and content in their mindless allegiance to The Gods of Athens and The Oracle.
Little was it known that Timeless Plato, by introducing his Theory of Forms, was actually decoding the logical link between Mind and Matter.
Plato was wrongfully accused of disturbing the Pagan Innocence of Athenians by compelling the mind to CONTEMPLATE THE LOGICAL CONNECTION BETWEEN THE HEAVENLY AND THE EARTHLY rather than letting The Gods of Dogma determine the earthly path to the heavens.
As a result, the history of philosophy, as it progressed after Plato, is agreed upon by many prominent thinkers in history to be nothing more than FOOTNOTES TO PLATO.
Another notion these so-called “Intellectuals” employed to express their deep defiance against The Platonic Logic came via the ferocious comparison they’ve always been renowned to highlight between Plato’s philosophy and Aristotle’s.
The basic claim has always been that Aristotle’s philosophy is more REALISTIC, more practical, and more Down-to-Earth than is Plato’s.
Along the way of dwelling on such an ignorant comparison, they almost depicted an illusive philosophical rivalry between these two men.
Aristotle’s philosophy would later receive more popularity and applause in the Western World, and would come to inspire the western scientific expedition, while the Platonic philosophy would be categorized as Spiritual and it would come to be more associated with Eastern Mysticism: another way of saying that it is TOO IDEALISTIC.
This illusive rivalry between these two Timeless Minds is largely to blame for the polarity that would come to highlight The East and The West as polar opposites, and that would ultimately lead to a historical chasm between the two worlds.
To the Gnostic Mind, this is utter ignorance, complete nonsense.
Plato is verified in The Gnostic Texts of The Druze to be a member of The Five Sacred Bounds (the second most important person to have ever walked this earth), the person of the Universal Soul, and Aristotle comes right beneath him in rank, being (The Third Bound) the person of The Word.
Each respected his position in The Gnostic Order of The Five and their works intricately reflect this respect.
Both men completed one another in the same way as The Word completes The Concept that it is meant to express.
The Word might be more pronounced, outspoken and heard than The Concept; however, this is in no way meant to be a repelling factor against the AUTHENTICITY of The Concept that it supposedly expresses.
The Platonic Conceptual Realm remains in its sacred mystery, beyond the expressive power of The Word (The Aristotelian Realm), and The Word, in turn, remains tied to The Concept in ways beyond its nature or ability to surpass.
Like two chapters of the same Prophecy, Plato identified Forms as Metaphysical and Aristotle linked those Metaphysical Forms to the physical dimension.
Each of the two went into a unique depth in defining His Dimension of Form, and this was narrowly misconceived as being a form of a philosophical rivalry or competitiveness between the two men.
Knowing who those men are and what they stand for in The Gnosis Finality, it is simply absurd to believe or even begin to think that Aristotle’s realism competed in any way with Plato’s idealism.
Each one of the two knew very well what he was here on earth to do and to which level of Gnosis he was meant to reflect.
Both complete one other in the same way as The Body completes The Soul.
Yes, the body’s presence might be more evident, more prominent, and the body might speak on behalf of the soul most of the time (if not all the time), to the extent that the soul might seem almost non-existent altogether. However, at the moment of death, The Soul speaks ONE WORD that is worth a whole life-time of speaking, by simply and gently departing The Body, leaving it eternally speechless.
In short, these two men’s sacred works are beyond philosophical contrast and opposition.
It is natural for The Perceptual Form to be more pronounced, expressive, and understood than The Conceptual Form.
This does not in any way mean that one’s reality should be at the expense of the other.
In order to sense the height of exclusivity that relates Plato’s Theory of Forms to a Forbidden Spiritual Science like Fifth Science, it is important that you develop a feel for the significance of Ancient Greece from the unique Gnostic view point. This is in addition to what has already been introduced in the source about the divinity of Greek figures like Pythagoras, Plato and Aristotle in The Gnostic Theology and the mystifying logic that conjoins their personhood as Gnostic Brothers who operated and interacted in ways that transcend their conventional historicity as philosophers.Follow