| by admin | No comments

How Buddhist temple’s artifacts could help the Chinese economy

In a sign of how much the Chinese love their temples, a group of Chinese tourists and archaeologists were recently welcomed back to the site of the ancient temple of Daoism at the edge of a Chinese city, according to the Chinese government.The artifacts found at the site are part of a Buddhist temple at […]

Read More
| by admin | No comments

The Lad: A Short History

The Lad was the third of the seven Lad family groups and the oldest of the nine traditional peoples of Tibet, which has about 1.8 million people.In the 19th century, the Lad and the Mongols, as the two dominant groups, were on opposite sides of a civil war in Tibet.The two groups had lived peacefully […]

Read More
| by admin | No comments

What are the holy objects?

It was just a little more than two weeks ago that I was sitting in my car in a remote village of India, eating a banana and listening to my favorite radio station in my favorite language.When I turned on the radio, the station featured a crossword puzzle, which I had heard of and thought […]

Read More
| by admin | No comments

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 […]

Read More
| by admin | No comments

Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Cheyenne’s Sacred Objects: Cheyennes First Sacred Stone, its Sacred Tree, and Its First Native American Woman

By the time Cheyenas First Chief Chief, Cheyena, died in 1831, Cheylas Native American population had been drastically reduced to just 1,500, with a dwindling number of non-Native inhabitants to keep pace with.But that population was only a fraction of the population that Cheyenes people had been before.In 1831 Cheyeno, Chelyena and their tribe had […]

Read More
| by admin | No comments

What’s the difference between the two ?

The Israeli sacred objects are very different, according to experts.But they all have the same message. “The main difference is that the stone that’s in the temple has a different meaning,” said Yoav Ben-Shlomo, director of the Hebrew department of the Israeli Museum.The Torah, written by Moses, tells the story of how God came to earth […]

Read More
| by admin | No comments

What is Demeter Sacred Objects and what is Sacred Geometry objects

Sacred Geometries is a collection of geometric objects from antiquity.They were objects created by ancient peoples and used for spiritual and physical rituals, often with a magical and spiritual meaning.The sacred geometry objects can be used to represent different spiritual aspects of life, such as the sun, the moon, the stars, the elements, and other […]

Read More
| by admin | No comments

The Nagpra is a sacred book sacred to the Naga tribe in Northern Nigeria

The Nagpal, or Book of the Natives, is a traditional book of the Arapaho and Ojibwe nations that is considered a sacred object of reverence among many Naga peoples.The book is believed to contain stories, stories of ancestors and ancestors’ stories, and other sacred writings that are said to have been passed down to the […]

Read More
| by admin | No comments

Muslim women are afraid to wear hijab

A hijab is considered sacred and considered a mark of honor for Muslims.And the hijab is an important symbol of respect, equality and beauty.It is also a part of Islam, but many women feel they are not able to wear it, as it is considered to be too revealing.It has been banned in the UK […]

Read More
| by admin | No comments

Israel’s sacred objects: ‘You don’t have to take it with you’

Israeli sacred objects like the mummified skull of a young woman, the head of a lion, the severed head of an animal and the stone coffin of a priest’s daughter have been put up for auction on the Internet.It’s all a part of an ongoing exhibition called “The Temple.”The collection is called “In Memory of […]

Read More