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What to look for when studying Native American sacred objects

JESUIT sacred objects is an online journal covering sacred objects across a variety of disciplines, including animal husbandry, religious artifacts, animal medicine, and sacred plants.The journal’s first issue was published in March 2018, and the publication is now available for free online.We asked the journal’s editor, Andrew Dufault, to share what to look out for […]

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Ancient Egyptian Sacred Ceremonial Objects Revealed in New Study

Ancient Egyptian sacred objects such as the mummified remains of the gods and goddesses have long been known to archaeologists.But until now, they had only been seen by a few scholars and scholars who had studied them in detail.A new study from the University of Exeter has now confirmed for the first time the full […]

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‘A good man is a god, and a good king is a king’: Taoism to be reborn as a new religion

A new religion is born from the ashes of Buddhism, according to Taoist teacher Chen Xiyu, who said this week that he was returning to Buddhism after his two-year absence.“We’re still alive,” Chen told reporters at the launch of a book, “Reclaiming Buddhism: Reclaiming the Truth of Taoism,” published by the University of Oxford Press.“There’s […]

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What’s the big deal about the ‘sacred’ objects in the sacred grove of Ahi-Hikma?

Posted by Ahi on Sunday, September 11, 2018 18:00:47 The first thing to understand is that Ahi is a traditional name for the land in the far north of the Hawaiian Islands.For hundreds of years, the Hawaiian people have called it Ahi, which means “land of the sacred” or “land to which the gods were […]

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How to know if a sacred object is sacred: What to look for

Sacred objects, also known as sacred shrines, can provide clues about the spiritual nature of a site.But while these are not generally considered holy, they are considered sacred in many cultures and are regarded as important sites.Here’s how to spot a sacred monument, and how to protect it.1.The sacred object will be in place for […]

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How to recognise Tibetan sacred objects in the game

Football Italian – The first goal scored by Luka Modric was the most beautiful moment of the match for Roma against Genoa.The Croatian striker, who has been the subject of much media interest in recent weeks, took his time to shoot and, when the ball hit the bottom of the net, took a deep breath […]

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How to protect your church sacred object in a blockchain

A blockchain-based protocol developed by the World Wide Web’s largest hosting company, Rackspace, has been designed to keep holy objects safe from prying eyes.The protocol, which was developed by technology company Synereo, allows anyone with access to the internet to create a digital certificate of authenticity for an object in the physical world.The certificate can […]

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How sacred objects were made from clay

Sacred objects were used in the creation of a clay tablet that was carved out of stone to form the holy objects vestures, according to research.Researchers say the tablet was carved from an ancient pottery known as jedi sacred clay.They say the pottery, which was unearthed in the ancient city of Nakhon Phanom in Thailand, […]

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Hermes of the Underworld: A Game of Dragons

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Native American burial ground has ancient stone statues

A tribal site in southern Idaho that contains hundreds of ancient stone figures has been identified as an ancient sacred site in a historic dig by archaeologists.A team led by anthropologist James A. Wilson of the University of Idaho has been excavating at the ancient Stone Circle site since 2000.Wilson said they found a small […]

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