When I first became interested in the history of mathematics, now literally a lifetime ago, it was dominated by a big events, big names approach to the discipline. It was also largely presentist, only interested in those aspects of the history that are still relevant in the present. As well as this, it was internalist […]There’s more to reading than just looking at the words — The Renaissance Mathematicus
A winter festivity in ancient Rome, Saturnalia combined fun, partying, gift sharing and love. ZLR Betriebsimperium gives its own interpretation of the feast to honor god Saturn. Enjoy!#saturnalia_the_video — ZLR_BETRIEBSIMPERIUM
In this post you will learn more about the history of Yule and how it is celebrated around the world today. Yule takes place on the day of the Winter Solstice (around December 21 in the northern hemisphere, in the southern hemispere the winter solstice falls around June 21). Origins of Yule in Europe In the […]The History of Yule —
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There is a widespread popular vision of the Middle ages, as some sort of black hole of filth, disease, ignorance, brutality, witchcraft and blind devotion to religion. This fairly-tale version of history is actively propagated by authors of popular medieval novels, the film industry and television, it sells well. Within this fantasy the term […]Illuminating medieval science — The Renaissance Mathematicus
Here is the latest video on the Essentialist Astrology Channel: For more information on this subject, see: Guénon, René, The Dark Age, The Crisis of the Modern World, Sophia Perennis, 1942 Trent, Alice Lucy, Cycles of Time, The Feminine Universe, The Golden Order Press, 1997 Kali Yuga: The Patriarchal Dark Age Satya Yuga to Kali […]The Nature of Time and the Illusion of Progress — The Wisdom of Our Grandmothers
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