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How to spot Egyptian sacred objects in the country

Egyptian sacred relics are often hidden from view.But the latest discovery of a 2,700-year-old wooden box of gold and silver coins is one of the best-known and most coveted finds in the kingdom.The find, made at the tomb of Akhenaten, was announced Tuesday by Egypt’s antiquities ministry.The box contains 1,500 pieces of gold coins, along […]

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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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How to play sacred geometry: Ancient Greek artefacts from the past revealed

The sacred geometry of ancient Greece was the science of the ancient world.Ancient Greeks believed that the universe was made up of different planes of existence, known as the four planes, and that these planes had been created in the beginning by the creator of the universe, and so, there were a whole series of […]

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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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The Lost World of Conficianism, by Ian McEwan

article An article from the BBC News website, entitled The Lost Land of Conficians, by the Welsh writer Ian McErlean, is the latest entry in the BBC series The Lost Word, and is based on his book The Confician’s Dictionary of Conflicting Religions.It is a fantastic read, but I would have much preferred the full […]

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Analynth and the algalonquin: The story of an odd hybrid of ancient Egyptian and Western myth, by Richard Dutton, illustrated by Matt Sowders booklist title A guide to the world’s most famous animal: How to get a new one for your pet

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How to get the best out of your sacred objects

If you’re a big fan of religious objects, chances are your house is covered in them.Some of them are important to you, and others are simply decorative.That can lead to a lot of friction.Here are the best ways to find the best balance between the two.1.Use a stone from the ground A good sacred object […]

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Which Shintoist Monuments Should You Visit?

A sacred shrine to a Japanese god of the heavens and earth, the shrine is considered one of the most important shrines in Japan.It is also home to a Buddhist sect that worships the goddess Tsukuyomi and the Buddhist Shinto deity Shintoki.The shrine, known as Shinto-katsuji, has stood for centuries as the site of religious […]

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How to Find and Avoid Japanese Objects of Sacred Japanese Artifacts

Japanese objects of sacred artifacts are among the most common objects found on the streets of Tokyo, where they’re often accompanied by a simple message: “I’m here to take you to the sacred site.”Here’s how to spot them.1.“I like to be loved by the whole world.”Japanese pop culture, with its obsession with romantic love, often […]

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