ben franklin, american initiate
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These lectures concentrate on the wisdom behind the greatness of Ben Franklin. This is a video course with valuable supplemental materials about Franklin's life and work. We detail f Franklin's relationship to Freemasonry and Rosicrucianism, facts which are left out of conventional history and biographies of his life. We also discuss Franklin's attitude about Reincarnation and Christianity and why he was not a Deist. Without this "secret" information it is hard to see how our country can continue to prosper. The course should take about a week to complete. Anyone with a curious and open mind will gain a great deal of personal wisdom as to what is possible in life to know and achieve.
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|Section 1: The Sources for Ben Franklin's Wisdom|
What is an Initiate and Why is this so important to know about Franklin?Preview
FreeMasonry & Franklin's relationship to this secret societyPreview
What is Rosicrucianism & Franklin's Relationship to this most secret society?Preview
More details about famous RosicruciansPreview
Franklin's Development of Chracter
Franklin's Attitude about Christianity
Franklin's Moral Compass
The Final Gesture of Franklin's Life
Review, Questions and Quiz
Andrew Flaxman, founder and director of Classic Insights, B.A., Princeton (cum laude); M.A., Business, Rutgers; author of Learning from History, (Gifted Education Press of Virginia, 1990), “The Open I” (Humanities Education, University of Minnesota, 1991), “The Extra Senses in Our Perception” (Thresholds Quarterly, May 1999), “The Bhagavad Gita and Self Education” (Thresholds Quarterly, Winter 2000-2001), and “The Open I” (revised, Chrysalis Reader, 2001). -He has been inspired by the work of Rudolf Steiner and is determined to bring a higher level of thinking to the Humanities.
Classic Insights Institute is a program patterned after the Princeton LIberal Arts experience but made very inspirational, not just intellectual. Flaxman's life has been completely devoted to bringing a much deeper understaning of love into every aspect of education.