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Know Thyself

Knowing one’s self is one of the most fundamental concepts in ancient wisdom. It was the main principle of the Egyptian Mystery Schools during a time where the centers of learning there were the most notable in the entire world. 1,250 more words

Age Of Enlightenment

Revolution At The Top

The planet Uranus has transited over the Midheaven of the United States three times since the country was born.  Uranus is the planet of revolution and the Midheaven represents our public position in the world, so one would  expect just by combining those two symbols that this transit would suggest a  revolution in the way we are seen or present ourselves to the world, in our public persona.  1,301 more words


Thought of the day - Thomas Jefferson

“Do you want to know who you are? Don’t ask. Act! Action will delineate and define you.” 
~ Thomas Jefferson
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Authentic Life

What Happens When the First Amendment of America's Bill of Rights isn't Working?

by: Rev. Ed Schneider

Religion in America and Christianity in particular seems to have found itself in a rather uncomfortable position within a significant percentage of our society. 1,432 more words

Rev. Ed Schneider

WPIAL Week 9: AJ's Elite Eight Triple A

1. West Allegheny (8-0)- The Indians once again got another dominating win last week, beating Moon 51-7.  In the win Terence Stephens had 3 touchdown runs, Andrew Koester also passed for one, and the 2 combined for 4 touchdowns. 375 more words

Go Where the Research Takes You

Jefferson scholarship has become a topic in its own right…. The study of our most elusive Founder keeps evolving- Jefferson scholars of every stripe are prone to several mistakes- common misjudgements students of history need to be aware of….  384 more words


New Book Takes Fascinating Look At Role Of Alcohol In Presidential History

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Chris Stigall spoke with Mark Will-Weber about his new book, Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt, on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.

The book details the favorite drinks of many presidents and the role alcohol has played in the nation’s political history. 292 more words

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