The Mantle of Eumaios (Reblog)

Why is it, we might ask, that the “Odyssey” ultimately feels so consonant with the Old Testament in its depiction of the punishments of sensuality …The Mantle of Eumaios

The Inexplicable Giant Mystery Stones Near Guadalajara Mexico — Hyacinth Research (Reblog)

https://www.youtube.com/embed/renelpC3rMg?feature=oembed&start=&end=&wmode=opaque&loop=0&controls=1&mute=0&rel=0&modestbranding=0 Brien Foerster The post The Inexplicable Giant Mystery Stones Near Guadalajara Mexico appeared first on Hyacinth Research.The Inexplicable Giant Mystery Stones Near Guadalajara Mexico — Hyacinth Research *Fascinating material which should be taken more seriously in my view. Find a book along these lines here.

The Traditional Model of the Cosmos, Part II: Plato, Aristotle, and Perfect Form — The Wisdom of Our Grandmothers (Reblog)

https://www.youtube.com/embed/lOQxopra_H4?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Part Two of the series about the Traditional Model of the Cosmos is now ready. This one gives a brief description of the differences between Plato and Aristotle on the subject of Perfect Form. For further reading, see: Robert Hand, On Matter and Form in Astrology Traditional Science, Quantum Physics, and Simulated WorldsThe Traditional Model … Continue reading The Traditional Model of the Cosmos, Part II: Plato, Aristotle, and Perfect Form — The Wisdom of Our Grandmothers (Reblog)

Favourite Books: ‘The Nature of Alexander’ by Mary Renault

Most especially the notion of conquest, that it is in fact a product of the mind, came across very strongly - to the point that by the end of the book I truly felt as if I had personally known this clearly insatiable and charismatic man -- doubtless testimony to a great writer.

Medieval Military History | The Siege & Downfall Of The Great City Constantinople — THE CHRONICLES OF HISTORY (Reblog)

Constantinople is a beautiful city that was founded by Roman Emperor Constantine I in 324 CE. The city served as the capital for the Roman Empire and later the Byzantine Empire. It has faced many sieges and attacks throughout the years but managed to remain standing. The city had once been the most heavily fortified […]Medieval … Continue reading Medieval Military History | The Siege & Downfall Of The Great City Constantinople — THE CHRONICLES OF HISTORY (Reblog)

Influential Women: Enheduanna – High-Priestess, Astronomer, First Known Author — Under the influence! (Reblog)

he world’s first known author is widely attributed to have been the daughter of Sargon (1) of Akkad in the 23rd century BC. We know her today as Enheduanna, which may have been a title of office, in which case her real name is unknown. She was the High Priestess of Nanna-Suen, a moon deity … Continue reading Influential Women: Enheduanna – High-Priestess, Astronomer, First Known Author — Under the influence! (Reblog)

LEMURIA: THE LOST CONTINENT OF THE PACIFIC Book QUOTES/REVIEW — Lily Wang Blog – Reblog

LEMURIAN SPIRITUALITY The Lemuria I knew had all been communicated to me from Within And I had been planning to read more about it But short on time to do research to find a good book to begin Somehow I know the one I Must read will just fall into me As is the case […] … Continue reading LEMURIA: THE LOST CONTINENT OF THE PACIFIC Book QUOTES/REVIEW — Lily Wang Blog – Reblog