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A THEOSOPHIST : APOLLONIUS OF TYANA

apparent victim, he was not to be seen, and a dog, like a Molossian hound, but as big as the biggest lion, was discovered crushed beneath the stones, spluttering foam like a mad dog.

Some Teaching
WHEN he reached the borders of Egypt and Ethiopia, he found unstamped ingots of gold, flax, ivory, roots, myrrh, and spices, all lying unguarded at a fork in the road. What did it mean ? I can explain, for the custom still obtains at this day. The Ethiopians bring their native merchandise for sale, and the other parties take it up and bring their Egyptian wares of equal value to the same spot, buying the commodities they want with those they have. When Apollonius perceived the manner of their market, he said, ` How different are the honest Greeks ! They say it is not life if penny do not breed penny at interest, and if they cannot raise the prices of their wares to each other by higgling and cornering. One makes an excuse of his marriageable daughters, another of his son just coming of age, another must subscribe to his club funds, another must build himself a house, and another " would be ashamed not to be thought worth as much as his father ". What good times those were when riches was.in disesteem and equality flourished, and " black iron lay stored away unknown ", when men lived in concord together, and all the earth seemed to be one !'
Once when he was talking of Brotherhood, and teaching that we ought to feed each other mutually, there were a lot of sparrows sitting on the trees in silence ; as the sermon went on, one of them flew up and began to twitter aloud, as if to invite the rest ; and they, when they heard it, also piped up, and arose and took flight under the guidance of that one. Apollonius continued, without explaining to the crowd what

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