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What You Should Know About the Voodoo Sacred Objects in Nagpra’s Museum

Voodoo sacred items in Nagpo’s Museum of Contemporary Art are nothing new, but the Nagprahmam temple has been the focus of attention ever since the opening of the museum in 2010.The temple, which is the oldest surviving Buddhist temple in the world, is located on a plateau on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau and […]

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How to find the perfect secular sacred object

An ancient Roman statue of a woman is one of the many examples of religious objects that the holy city of Jerusalem has, in fact, preserved for centuries.It is known as the “Hannah of the Hill” and was created in the late 2nd century B.C. by a sculptor, known as Heraclius.The statue, which stands in […]

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What’s in a Name? A look at the origins of modern confucianist and other religious symbols

A new look at ancient Buddhist and Confucian art and literature offers a glimpse of how Buddhist and other religions came to be revered as sacred objects.The research by Yale University historian of religion, Peter D’Souza, also looks at the early history of Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, Islam and other faith traditions.He notes that a key […]

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What does a Hindu object mean to you?

An anthropologist in India has been documenting the sacred animal object tradition in Japan for over a decade.As an anthropologist, she has a passion for exploring sacred animal objects in Japan.In 2017, she shared her findings with the Japanese media about the sacred japonese objects that are often called sacred animals.The following is an excerpt […]

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How did Hermes become sacred object?

A statue of Hermes, which was the subject of a study by the German Museum of Archaeology, has been moved from the museum to the Royal Albert Hall.The museum said it had “no alternative” but to remove the statue after the German Government decided to cancel its exhibition due to security concerns.It said it planned […]

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“It’s Time for a ‘Spiritual’ Reflection on the Sacred Objects of Tibet”

In this episode of The Next Week, host Chris Hardwick explores the spiritual dimension of sacred objects in Tibetan Buddhism and the way that Tibetan Buddhism is viewed by Westerners.The show is produced by a collaborative effort between The New School, New American University, and the University of Michigan.This episode is sponsored by the National […]

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