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How To Save Mummies From the Egyptian Revolution | VICE News

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A group of Egyptian scholars and activists are risking their lives to save the country's cultural treasures from being looted and destroyed.


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Religion and the Rebel, Part 2 - Soul Spelunker

Religion and the Rebel, Part 2 - Soul Spelunker | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
This is the sort of man describes in the first chapter of The Outsider, the “hole-in-corner man of Barbusse’s novel, Le’ Enfer, or Axël of De Lisle Adam’s play of the same name. Axël, of course, along with Sara, whom he has fallen in love with, commits suicide.
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This is the sort of man describes in the first chapter of The Outsider, the “hole-in-corner man of Barbusse’s novel, Le’ Enfer, or Axël of De Lisle Adam’s play of the same name. Axël, of course, along with Sara, whom he has fallen in love with, commits suicide.
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Carl Jung – occasionally the dreams of others, helped to shape, revise, or confirm my views on a life after death

Carl Jung – occasionally the dreams of others, helped to shape, revise, or confirm my views on a life after death | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
The dead were extremely interested in the life experiences that the newly deceased brought with them, just as if the acts and experiences taking place in earthly life, in space and time, were the decisive ones.
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The dead were extremely interested in the life experiences that the newly deceased brought with them, just as if the acts and experiences taking place in earthly life, in space and time, were the decisive ones.
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Carl Jung Quotations 23

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Marie Louise Von Franz on Eros

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"Eros weaves links between us and the others, but there are also internal connections. Connection is the right term.For example, we talk about network of associations when the various amplifications of an archetypal form is a network.They connect each other and form a plot. For this reason, Jung said that archetypes act for contamination.To contaminate…
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Carl Jung answers: Do you believe we are heading for complete barbarism in the new aeon,

Carl  Jung  answers: Do you believe we  are  heading for complete barbarism in the new aeon, | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
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Carl Jung: There are women who are not meant to bear physical children,...

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Carl Jung on Self-Knowledge

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Nature, as we know, is not so lavish with her boons that she joins to a high intelligence the gifts of the heart also.
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Nature, as we know, is not so lavish with her boons that she joins to a high intelligence the gifts of the heart also.
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Cyrus the Great and Religious Tolerance

“Whenever you can, act as a liberator. Freedom, dignity, wealth–these three together constitute the greatest happiness of humanity. If you bequeath all three to your people, their love for you will never die.”[1]
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Creative Ideas and Passion

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"The presence of talent is not sufficient. Many people have more than one talent, and wonder what to do with them."

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What is Alchemy? Alchemy Symbols and Their Meaning

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What is Alchemy. Secret Art of the Land of Khem. The symbols of alchemy manifest across different religions all around the world. They were guarded by: Rosicrucian, Illuminati, and some Arabian and Syrian sects.

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Carl Jung: It had a soul which lay in the darkness and it was their task to seek it there

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Carl Jung: The Self means the inmost uniqueness and oneness of this particular being, yet that is symbolized by a city.

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«Relations between Egypt and Mesopotamia at the End of the fourth Millennium»

«Relations between Egypt and Mesopotamia at the End of the fourth Millennium»
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Religion and the Rebel, Part 1 - Soul Spelunker

Religion and the Rebel, Part 1 - Soul Spelunker | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
The more I considered the Outsider, the more I felt him to be a symptom of our time and age. Essentially, he seemed to be a rebel; and what he was in rebellion against was the lack of spiritual tension in a materially prosperous civilization (1).
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The more I considered the Outsider, the more I felt him to be a symptom of our time and age. Essentially, he seemed to be a rebel; and what he was in rebellion against was the lack of spiritual tension in a materially prosperous civilization (1).
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Carl Jung "He [the God] appears at first in hostile form, as an assailant with whom the hero has to wrestle."

Carl Jung "He [the God] appears at first in hostile form, as an assailant with whom the hero has to wrestle." | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
He [the God] appears at first in hostile form, as an assailant with whom the hero has to wrestle. This is in keeping with the violence of all unconscious dynamism. In this manner the god manifests himself and in this form he must be overcome. The struggle has its parallel in Jacob's wrestling with the…
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Carl Jung on the Pyramids, Death and Resurrection.

Carl Jung on the Pyramids, Death and Resurrection. | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
After death follows the resurrection.
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After death follows the resurrection.
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Carl Jung on Religion, Science and Belief

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Even what I may personally believe about the ultimate things is, regarded as an object of science, open to scientific criticism.

But that in no way prevents me from having views of my own.
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Even what I may personally believe about the ultimate things is, regarded as an object of science, open to scientific criticism. But that in no way prevents me from having views of my own.
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Soul Spelunker - Exploring the caverns and grottoes of Soul.

Soul Spelunker - Exploring the caverns and grottoes of Soul. | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
In Religion and the Rebel, Wilson wants to define what he means by “heaven” and “supersanity,” but first he wants to get at the true meaning of Existenzphilosophie, or at least “the meaning that the Outsider attaches to it” (ibid.). This is a German word that means “the philosophy of existence.” It was also the title of a book by philosopher, Karl Jaspers, published in 1938.

One begins to understand the meaning by accepting the notion that all humans make a complete mess of their lives. “The Outsider cannot help feeling that men do not learn from experience — not the really important things” (ibid.). It doesn’t matter how charmed a life a person has lived, they always seem to falter at some point and come tumbling down. One could point at countless examples.

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Thoughts on The Outsider, Part 1 - Soul Spelunker

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…the Outsider is a man who cannot live in the comfortable, insulated world of the bourgeois, accepting what he sees and touches as reality. ‘He sees too deep and too much’, and what he sees is essentially chaos.
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…the Outsider is a man who cannot live in the comfortable, insulated world of the bourgeois, accepting what he sees and touches as reality. ‘He sees too deep and too much’, and what he sees is essentially chaos.
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Khufu’s Western Cemetery Part 4: George Reisner and the Hearst Expedition

We have examined how George Reisner developed his concept of the nucleus cemeteries, and how these grew into what we now call the Western Field, or, Western
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Dr. Jung a victim of sexual assault as a boy.

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The Lament of Hermes, read by Graham Hancock

Hermes thrice-great, the Messenger of the Gods and Greek reincarnation of Thoth presents his `lament`, which reads like a prophecy, telling of a time of cult...

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This is a foreboding and prophetic message by Hermes, messenger of the Gods beautifully read by Graham Hancock; a warning for the epoch shifts in which we find ourselves; betwixt and between what has fallen away and what is not yet realized.

 

Eva Rider's curator insight, February 28, 2015 1:38 AM

I have shared this previously but in case anyone missed it, was drawn to share it again...enjoy. revel in the lament of Hermes beautifully read by Graham Hancock.

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Hexagram 61: Chung Fu / Inner Truth

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World Alchemy | Soul Spelunker

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There is a great transmutation occurring in our world. We are living in what Karl Jaspers called an Axial period of history. In this era the World Soul is engulfed in alchemical fire in the Hermetic vessel. The image of this sealed furnace is analogous to my image from 2012 of Soul’s Maelstrom. The alchemical vessel was usually shaped round to draw the influences of our spiral cosmos. But instead of water, she is now being purged by a roaring conflagration, where the process of Calcinatio will, hopefully, purge away the dross of the former age. This will take an indeterminate numbers of years to accomplish.

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Philosophy has a lot to learn from film – Costica Bradatan | Aeon Ideas

Philosophy has a lot to learn from film – Costica Bradatan | Aeon Ideas | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
Picture this: a man – a samurai – is killed in a grove. One by one, all those involved are brought before a court. The woodcutter talks of the horror that seized him when he stumbled upon the body. The priest testifies that he had seen the ma
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