The symposium on the topic “Immortality as a way of Life” will be held from 21 to 23 September 2013, on the island of Gavdos, Hellas.
We do not believe that the production of gas and oil in the Mediterranean will save the economic situation of Europe
The kingdom of immortals in Gavdos
The fourth and last lecture on Pythagorean Arithmetics took place in Rethymnon on the island of Crete, on the 20th of March 2012.
PIFEA presents the Results of the Global Referendum on the Future of Gavdos and men The voting for the Global Referendum on the Future of Gavdos and people started on July 21 and ended on September 21 of the current year. The text of the referendum …
The Pythagorean Institute of Philosophical Studies for the Immortality of Man-PIFEA considers that the cause of the humanitarian crisis in the world today is the separation between scientific approach and religious service. The scientific “achievements” led humanity to the brink of self- destruction, while science itself became a modern idol, promising solutions to every problem, without considering the relevant ethical questions.
The exhibition accompanies the Global Referendum of the future of Gavdos and men held by the Pythagorean Institute of Philosophical Studies on the Immortality of Man-PIFEA.
All the photographs are from Gavdos and constitute suggestions for the visual representation of the three options for the future of the island, as presented in the referendum text.
On this fine day, we ask for a bit of your time, so that you focus on the “here and now”. And exactly here and now, to imagine that you live in a fairytale and you are a queen, or a king, with the power to change the world.
Truly, Your Highness, how would you wish Your kingdom to be organised?
The fact that You admitted to the mistakes of the Roman Catholic Church regarding the Holy Inquisition and the Crusades, makes You an exemplary Hierarch. However, there remains one more important problem that demands Your attention.
In the Apostolic Library of the Vatican exist manuscripts that denote the indissoluble relation and continuity between the Ancient Hellenic Religion and Christianity.