THE EQUATION OF JUSTICE By Andre Austin Zeno and Seneca are some of the primary proponents of the Stoic philosophy. Zeno was its founder who drunk from a branch the mystery schools originating in Egypt. Seneca himself studied Meteorology and other subjects in Egypt. Christians borrowed many of its concepts from Seneca and Paul emulated him greatly. The 3rd and 4th Century Christians forged bogus correspondences between Paul and Seneca for nefarious and ulterior motives (Suns of God By Acharyas S p. 468 & 515). One of the major tenets of the Stoic philosophy was that there was no intermediate between virtue and vise. A stick was either straight or bent; a person is either just or unjust with no degrees of justice or injustice. In other words there is no mixture (Intermediate) between the stoic terms of hot or cold and the meaning of “Lukewarm” is a balance towards Justice we call Tefnut (heat of heaven) in Egypt. Tefnut is spit out just like “Lukewarm” and serves as the temperature of Justice. (see Lives of the eminent Philosophers Volume 2 p.231 By Diogenes Laertius) This was needed to be stated because a Christian student was in error thinking that “Lukewarm” was a mixture of Hot & cold. The Stoics taught their followers to be indifferent to the powerful persuasions of the Hot passions of evil and the Cold blooded passions of sin. Tefnut’s other name is Maat (Justice/Law). The ancient Egyptians defined Justice as: Maat represents the principle of cosmic and moral order. Maat signifies harmony, balance and Equilibrium. “Justice by reason of its equality (Balance/Equilibrium) intervenes between the two: Deficiency and Excess" (Isis & Osiris by Plutarch 75.381-382). The use of the word intervene shouldn’t be confused with intermediate because the context are not the same. Justice can only balance with Justice, it’s the only equation to the truth, light and life.