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Iamblichus - Remote viewing



Type of Spiritual Experience


A description of the experience

Eusapius - Lives of the Philosophers and Sophists

"After these men comes a very celebrated philosopher, IAMBLICHUS, who was of illustrious ancestry and belonged to an opulent and prosperous family. His birthplace was. Chalcis, a city in the region called Coele Syria.........................

Aedesius was one of the leading disciples of Iamblichus, and one of those who spoke to him as I have said. He said that there occurred the following sure manifestations of his divine nature.

The sun was travelling towards the limits of the Lion at the time when it rises along with the constellation called the Dog. It was the hour for sacrifice, and this had been made ready in one of the suburban villas belonging to Iamblichus. Presently when the rites had been duly performed and they were returning to the city, walking slowly and at their leisure,----for indeed their conversation was about the gods as was in keeping with the sacrifice----suddenly Iamblichus even while conversing was lost in thought, as though his voice were cut off, and for some moments he fixed his eyes steadily on the ground  and then looked up at his friends and called to them in a loud voice:

"Let us go by another road, for a dead body has lately been carried along this way."

After saying this he turned into another road which seemed to be less impure, and some of them turned aside with him, who thought it was a shame to desert their teacher. But the greater number and the more obstinate of his disciples, among whom was Aedesius, stayed where they were, ascribing the occurrence to a portent and scenting like hounds for the proof.

And very soon those who had buried the dead man came back. But even so the disciples did not desist but inquired whether they had passed along this road.

"We had to," they replied, for there was no other road.

The source of the experience


Concepts, symbols and science items


Remote viewing


Science Items

Activities and commonsteps



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