Metempsychosis

Metempsychosis is a philosophical term in the Greek language referring to transmigration of the soul, especially its reincarnation after death. The earliest Greek thinker with whom metempsychosis is connected is Pherecydes of Syros, but Pythagoras it is said to have been his pupil.

Metempsychosis, the doctrine of the transmigration of souls, teaches that the same soul inhabits in succession the bodies of different beings, both men and animals. It was a tenet common to many systems of philosophic thought and religious belief widely separated from each other both geographically and historically.

The souls never die but always on quitting one abode pass to another -

Pythagoras.

Syllabus: Philosophy Classes

Lesson 1: Let There be Light
Lesson 2: Pythagoras
Lesson 3: Reincarnation
Lesson 4: The Creation of The Universe
Lesson 5: God, Nature and Man
Lesson 6: The Human Soul
Lesson 7: Cosmic Law of Cycles
Lesson 8: The Immortality of The Soul
Lesson 9: The Purpose of Life
Lesson 10: Life After Death
Lesson 11: Astral Life
Lesson 12: Communication with The Dead
Lesson 13: Time Between Rebirths
Lesson 14: Metempsychosis and The Masses
Lesson 15: Conquering Death
Lesson 16: The Law of Cause and Effect as a Cosmic Necessity
Lesson 17: Conclusion