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As has already been suggested, the line is the radius of an imaginary circle, and when this circle is traced upon the paper we have the proper symbol of science. Science occupies the circumference of the sphere of self. The savant gropes in that twilight where life is lost in form. He is therefore unfitted to cope with any phase of life or knowledge which transcends the plane of material things. The scientist has no comprehension of an activity independent of and dissociated from matter; hence his sphere of usefulness is limited to the lower world and its phenomena. The physical body of what man calls knowledge is science; the emotional body, theology; and the mental and supermental bodies, natural and mystical philosophy respectively. The human mind ascends sequentially from science through theology to philosophy, as in ancient days it descended from divine philosophy through spiritual theology to the condition of material science which it now occupies.

Manly P. Hall / <cite>Lectures on Ancient Philosophy</cite>
Thomas Sowell / <cite>Dismantling America</cite>

The so-called "new discoveries" of modern science are often only rediscoveries of secrets well known to the priests and philosophers of ancient pagandom. Man's inhumanity to man has resulted in the loss of records and formula: which, had they been preserved, would have solved many of the greatest problems of this civilization. With sword and firebrand, races obliterate the records of their predecessors, and then inevitably meet with an untimely fate for need of the very wisdom they have destroyed.

Manly P. Hall / <cite>The Secret Teachings of all Ages</cite>

Hippocrates, the famous Greek physician, during the fifth century before Christ, dissociated the healing art from the other sciences of the temple and thereby established a precedent for separateness. One of the consequences is the present widespread crass scientific materialism. The ancients realized the interdependence of the sciences. The moderns do not; and as a result, incomplete systems of learning are attempting to maintain isolated individualism. The obstacles which confront present-day scientific research are largely the result of prejudicial limitations imposed by those who are unwilling to accept that which transcends the concrete perceptions of the five primary human senses.

Manly P. Hall / <cite>The Secret Teachings of all Ages</cite>

Science offers the average person no moral or ethical substitute for religious instruction. When sterile intellectualism gains control of social procedures, morality and ethics gradually collapse.

Manly P Hall / <cite>The Bible, the Story of a Book</cite>

Science sees idealism as having dominated history up until the seventeenth century when the process of discrediting it began. Science assumes materialism will remain the dominant philosophy until the end of time. In the view of the secret societies, materialism will come to be seen as a mere blip.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite>

Modern science is killing off wonder, by telling us that we know it all. Modern science is killing off philosophy, by encouraging us not to ask the big Why questions. [...] In their view, the known is like a vast continent occupying nearly everything there is.

The men and women who have been described making history in this book have preferred to dwell on what they don't know. [...] Let us take Francis Bacon's advice and refrain from rushing to impose a pattern on the world. [...]

Science is not certain. It is a myth like any other, representing what people in the deepest parts of themselves want to believe.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite>

Image if you fed all these great works of literature - in fact all literature - into a giant computer and asked it the question: What are the laws that determine whether or not a life is ultimately happy and fulfilled? I suggest the result would be a body of laws that included the following:

If you duck out of a challenge, then that challenge will come round again in a different form.
We always draw towards us what we fear most.
If you choose the immoral path, ultimately you will pay for it.
A good-hearted belief will eventually transform what is believed in.
In order to hold on to what you love, you must let it go.


Now image what would happen if you fed all the scientific data in the world into another gigantic computer and asked it the same question. The results, I suggest, would be very different:

The best way to keep something is to try your hardest to do so and never give up.
You cannot transform the world by wishful thinking - you must do something about it.
If you can avoid being found out and punished by your fellow man, there is no reason to suppose a providential order will punish you.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite>

If this late solidification of matter were what actually happened, it would, of course, invalidate dating methods, such as Carbon-14, conventionally used to try to establish early chronologies. Modern science makes an assumption in its calculations that the ancients did not, namely that the natural laws have held true in all places and at all times.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite> has taken over from religion as the main agent of social control.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite>

Plato saw God in everything, and communed with truth. The modern scientist sees God in nothing, and may commune only with his confreres obsessed with similar unbelief.

Manly P Hall / <cite>How to Understand Your Bible</cite>

As the power of religion began to wane, another mental prison cell was created. We call it, rather bravely, ‘science’. Not real science. Official science, the one that says that this world is all there is and there is no continuation of life after ‘death’. The Brotherhood had to find an alternative for those rejecting religion to ensure they would not realize that we are multidimensional infinite consciousness incarnate in a physical body for a period of intense experience on the road of evolution; that we don’t ‘die’ because we cannot die.

David Icke / <cite>The Biggest Secret</cite>

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