BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE OF
NIKOLAOS A. MARGIORIS
100 Great Greeks
THE GREATEST OF ALL TIME
NIKOLAOS A. MARGIORIS
Brief Curriculum Vitae of Nikolaos A. Margioris
Authorship-Editing: Ilias L. Katsiampas
Student of Nikolaos Margioris for a decade
* Introductory note by the biographer: The following biographical summary of Nikolaos A. Margioris, a small part of which was broadcast on television on 16 and 23 February 2009, has been published in the second volume of the three-volume publication by SKAI CHANNEL which is composed of the 100 Great Greeks of All Time as elected by the public in the scope of an open vote that was organized by SKAI CHANNEL in April 2008. It was followed by the circulation of 2 DVDs of the television presentation of the 90 Great Greeks plus 6 DVDs for the first 10, which were released and distributed throughout Greeceas an insert in the newspaper ‘KATHIMERINI’. The television presentation of Nikolaos Margioris is included in the second DVD and his written work of a 1500-word analysis is included in the second volume. He held the 60th place among the 100 Great Greeks of All Time.
NIKOLAOS A. MARGIORIS (1913-1993)
Nikolaos A. Margioris belongs to the 100 Great Greeks as he greatly contributed to the formation, presentation and popularization of current Greek Metaphysical Philosophy based on the comparative analysis of the most popular international philosophical views in this area with the corresponding Greek views.
ILIAS L. KATSIAMPAS
CURRICULUM VITAE OF ILIAS KATSIAMPAS
Ilias L. Katsiampas was born on October 30th 1965 in Trikala of Thessaly (Greece), where he grew up and lives today. He is a graduate of Physical Education (TEFAA), he has worked as a journalist for the last twenty-two years and he is the writer and publisher of 15 philosophical works. He is married to Sofia A. Skoumi with whom he has two children, Lampros and Maria.
From a very young age, he expressed a strong esoteric interest in looking for the essence of things, the real meaning of life. He studied many philosophical systems as well as volumes of books on Esotericism of every kind, time and country until he met Nikolaos A. Margioris, the Greek Master of Esotericism (1913-1993), in whose spiritual work he recognized the presence of substantial Knowledge, the supreme real truth. He became his student and remained close to him from 1983 to his physical passing on May 6th 1993.
Among other things, he was taught the pure form of Raja Yoga and he was trained in numerous other esoteric fields of interest (Esoteric Philosophy, Esoteric Theology, Mysticism, Astrology-Astrosophy, Hypnotism-Orthopsychism, Scientific Spiritualism, Esoteric Therapeutics and so on) and gradually ascended the steps of his spiritual evolution.