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Tibet’s sacred objects may be worth as much as $1bn

The head of the world’s largest Buddhist organisation says he believes there are around 200 million Tibetan objects that are sacred.“I am confident that this number is far higher,” said Dalai Lama Lobsang Sangay, in an interview with The Associated Press in his home village of Dharamsala, the capital of India.“These sacred objects are worth […]

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Sacred Hand Objects, Sacred Objects of the Hindus

In a temple in India’s north, Hindu gods are said to possess sacred objects that they are said can grant wishes.Among them is a large wooden stick, which is considered the sacred object of the people of the nearby village of Chaiti, a place that has long been a shrine for devotees of Hindu deities.According […]

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When the French government banned the rosary, did it mean the end of the church in Quebec?

A century ago, in November 1864, the French state was in power in Quebec and its leaders had no qualms about making their religious beliefs and rituals a central part of public life.For a long time, Quebec had been the only province where there was no Catholic Church.It was a very secular society.And for a […]

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How to Save the Sacred?

by Charles Krauthammer article Author Charles Krautzammer of the Washington Post joins the Fox News Channel’s Greta Van Susteren to discuss how to save the sacred objects.Part One of two.Listen to the podcast: “What the Bible says about the Bible” at the National Review website: http://www.nationalreview.com/podcast/what-the-bible-says-about-the

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How to spot shinto religious objects and artifacts

How to Spot Shinto Sacred Objects and Artifacts: Part 1 of 1.1.The Shinto Temple at the Shingonji Shrine at the Takamagahara Shrine in Tokyo, Japan, is a shrine dedicated to Shinto deities, which is located at the center of the Soho district in the city of Tokyo.The shrine is also known as the Shinto temple.The […]

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A ‘God’s gift’ for the church sacred object industry

IRELAND has been awarded the prestigious Order of the Sacred Object (OSO) honour for its role in safeguarding the country’s heritage and religious values.The Irish Order of Sacred Objects was established in 2011, and is one of the largest organisations dedicated to protecting sacred objects in Ireland.“We are extremely proud that the Order of The […]

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How to Buy a Confucian Sacred Object from Amazon, eBay, or Craigslist

What is Confucians sacred object?It is the collection of teachings, rituals, and religious relics that are considered holy in China.In China, the word is derived from the Chinese word “shu.”What are the religious relics?Confucial writings describe the five basic forms of Buddhism: samadhi, buddha, dhyana, jhana, and nirvana.The five basic elements of Buddhism are samadharma, […]

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Sacred Objects and the Methodist’s Faith

In the late 19th century, the methodist movement began to gain strength and influence in England and Scotland.The first methodist cemetery in the UK, near the village of Wigtown, was established in 1859 and in 1903 the Order of the Golden Dawn of Scotland was founded.Methodism also began to spread across the globe in the […]

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Vikings sacred objects to be removed from public domain

Netflix’s “Viking Sacred Objects” will be removed in time for the New Year, the streaming giant has announced.In a statement to The Verge, Netflix said it was “working with the Australian Government to remove these items from the public domain and make them available to the public.”The release came a day after a new report […]

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How many Buddhists have been murdered in the world?

How many Buddhist temples have been attacked by Christian fundamentalists?In a book published in the United States this week, researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, and other institutions point out that, in fact, this is not the case.They point out, instead, that in Buddhist communities in India, China, and Tibet, “buddhism has been the […]

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