Tag: Pagan

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C.G. Dahlin

Pythagoras & Pythagoreanism: Numerology, Ancient Occultism, Mystical Mathematics & Natural Sciences

This is Spiritual Studies session #23. This session gives you a full broad understanding of Pythagoras, what he did, what he inspired, and what beliefs he espoused in the ancient world.

The first part of the talk is all

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Bill Donahue

The Bible Is Not A Literal Book

"Esoteric knowledge is so rare because it takes time and dedication to cultivate. Most people will not spend their time contemplating the mysteries of nature or pursuing higher states of consciousness. It involves learning about the symbolism woven into the sacred texts of

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Ted Nottingham

“So you who seek for deep truth, for the mystery and sacredness of life, don't give up looking just because the externals seemed to be the opposite of what they should be. Keep searching, for it is to be found. You will find that pearl of great price, in fact

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Betty Kovacs

A Spiritual Renaissance - Interview with Betty Kovacs

Betty Kovacs, PhD explains how the myths, the shamanic traditions and the ancient wisdom held a blueprint for our evolution and our connection to the divine.
She shows how these attempts to reconnect with our cosmic consciousness were brutally repressed throughout History,

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Jordan B Peterson

2017 Maps of Meaning 01: Context and Background

In this lecture, I discuss the context within which the theory I am delineating through this course emerge: that of the cold war. What is belief? Why is it so important to people? Why will they fight to protect it? I propose

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Mathu Ater

Kemet - The Mother Of Christianity

Professor Mathu Ater, a long time student of Egyptologist/Historian Dr. Yosef A. A. Ben Jochannan and a proud 11 year apprentice of the late Lester Oliver Bankhead- Architect, is affiliated with the Los Angeles chapter of NOMA (National Organization of Minority Architects) and

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The Pagan Origins

The Pagan Origins of The Cross

In ancient history, the Cross can be traced all the way back to the days of Babylon -- during the period of Nimrod-Babylonian rule. The "t" symbol represents the "t" seen in many crosses, and originates from the worship of Tammuz, a nature deity

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