On transmigration (or reincarnation)


Unanimous Tradition / Tradición Unánime

….There are other realms or (eschatological) degrees or states of being, like the diverse hells, the purgatory and limbo of Christian theology and other, peripheral or central states (following René Guénon), through which the unsanctified soul passes. “No being of any kind can pass through the same state twice”; ‘peripheral’, and ‘central’ refer to animals and plants, and analogous to the human state respectively. All of this is popular or exoteric (and also cosmological) doctrine, interesting and stimulating though it be. There is a much deeper understanding of the doctrine of ‘transmigration’. It is as follows:

The Greek philosopher Plato wrote: “The soul of man is immortal, and at one time comes to an end, which is called dying away, and at another is born again, but never perishes… and having been born many times has acquired the knowledge of all and everything”. It must be understood that Plato did…

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