Three simple symbols, the dot, line, and circle, don't seem to have much meaning in themselves. But in ancient philosophy, they are important symbols. I got a book for Christmas that I had been wanting to read for a long time, Lectures on Ancient Philosophy, which sounds boring, but trust me, it isn't! (Unless you're one of "those" people who finds things like The Lord of the Rings boring...) So here is the quote for today:
From Manly P. Hall's Lectures on Ancient Philosophy:
"The keys to all knowledge are contained in the dot, the line, and the circle. The dot is universal consciousness, the line is universal intelligence, and the circle is universal force--the threefold unknowable Cause of all knowable existence."
"A Soul Wanderer never knows. He wanders; he makes his own path through the
heights of the universe."