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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 […]

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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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Why the most religious objects in a Hindu temple have religious meanings

What if you were looking for an object of sacred geometry?If so, you would have to look somewhere else.In Hindu temples, you are unlikely to find a holy object that can be placed in any religious place.But some sacred geometry objects are quite good, and are often very expensive.What to expect when looking for a […]

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