EGYPTIAN MYSTICISM

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  • XOXO: Where to Rock This Weekend 29 Nov 2019 08:52 Tucson Weekly Friday, Nov. 29 Always wanted to sing in a group? Come kick the tires at this open participation event—turning the audience into a choir. The science shows the therapeutic benefits (neurotransmitters spark the right temporal lobe to life releasing …
  • Wonders tales of smuggling from other lands 10 Nov 2019 02:36 Nation AND while we are still on the trail of border closures and the never ending duels between Custom people and crack smugglers and other outlaws of the remote and not too remote outposts bent on outwitting them, it is meet to entertain ourselves with this …
  • 46 Movies Worth Watching in Seattle This Weekend: Oct 24–27, 2019 25 Oct 2019 01:14 AltWeeklies.com Unsurprisingly, this pre-Halloween weekend is bursting with thrilling suspense in films like The Lighthouse and Parasite, plus many classic scary movies, including in Cinerama's Horrorama fest. But that's certainly not all that's playing—there…
  • 49 Spooky Movies You Can Watch Before Halloween 2019 in Seattle 17 Oct 2019 20:16 AltWeeklies.com Seattle is a great place to be a horror movie fan, not only because you're in good company, but also because we have terrific small and art-house theaters showing a wondrous variety of everything frightening. Whether you're jonesing for a …
  • Israeli regime's ample weaknesses make its collapse undeniable: Nasrallah 24 Sep 2019 14:56 Mehr News Agency In an extensive interview with Masseer Especial Journal, which belongs to Khamenei.ir, Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah said that “all the nations of the region oppose the existence of Israel and firmly reject this illegitimate entity [against their rulers’ will].” …
  • Bringing a 13th-century Persian poet up to date 18 Aug 2019 19:40 Jerusalem Post LOS ANGELES – Imagine a musical album recorded in Farsi, Hebrew, Ladino and English that is based on Jewish prayers, the poems of a 13th-century Persian poet, and lyrics written by two contemporary musicians. It could only be Begin Majesty, the debut album …
  • Christian Clerics, Endangered Species? 07 Aug 2019 03:44 Tide Of all the inventions made by man throughout centuries of history (his story) and civilization, the most lethal, insidious and devastating is institutional religion. Across the world, there are numerous religious organizations ranging from the arcane …
  • Magickal Influences and Principles of Hermeticism 13 Jul 2019 19:21 llewellyn.com A word that frequents occult, historical, and scholarly texts of all varieties is Hermeticism. The word is derived from the name of the Greek-Egyptian mythic figure Hermes Trismegistus, meaning "thrice-great Hermes," and refers to the spiritual …
  • The Pentagram and the Magic of Light 14 May 2019 09:05 llewellyn.com Mystics, magicians, Wiccans, and Neo-pagans of all stripes identify their practice with the figure of the pentagram. But, it is unlikely that any group has incorporated the pentagram into its ritual work more than the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Not …
  • Universal appeal of Sanskrit literature 19 Apr 2019 08:45 MeriNews Generally, people feel that Sanskrit literature is related only with Hindu scriptures and Hindu epics. But, only a few people know about its universal appeal beyond religion and beyond boundaries. Srivara, incorporated elements of mythology and mysticism, …
  • A Stellar Show: The Planets 02 Apr 2019 21:02 Scoop A Stellar Show: The Planets New Zealand Symphony Orchestra Saturday, March 30 Reviewer: Max Rashbrooke The Michael Fowler Centre (or the fowl house, as it is affectionately known) was almost completely packed for Saturday night’s concert, this time one …
  • From bags to bathmats: why fashion loves the evil eye 28 Feb 2019 06:31 The Guardian Once you start noticing the evil eye, you can’t stop seeing it. Or rather, it can’t stop seeing you. The eye, whose “pupil” often comes in cobalt blue and is occasionally adorned with eyelashes, has been a recurring motif in fashion over the years, from …
  • Leila Aboulela's book recommendations 24 Feb 2019 12:45 The Week Magazine Sign Up for Our free email newsletters Sudanese novelist Leila Aboulela, who lives and works in Scotland, is the award-winning author of Minaret, The Translator, and The Kindness of Enemies. Her new story collection, Elsewhere, Home, has just been …
  • The Freedom Artist by Ben Okri review – visions of dystopia 16 Feb 2019 11:27 Guardian Weekly Ben Okri’s impassioned fable is a vision of hell on Earth, a Stygian dystopia in which anyone who questions the regime is punished. We are in an unnamed city whose ancient myths have been travestied and censored, and where literature is outlawed. …
  • Celebrating firebrand poet Else Lasker-Schüler 150 years on 11 Feb 2019 13:22 Daily News Egypt She wrote radical Expressionist poetry, won the Kleist Prize and cultivated an eccentric, outsider persona in Berlin. 150 years after her birth, it’s time to rediscover German-Jewish poet and artist Else Lasker-Schüler.If you take a trip to Wuppertal's …

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