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Atheism in Guyana

Last year, sometime in the month of July, I participated in the ‘Knowledge Underground’ IDEAS forum event. The event was sponsored by The Consultancy Group, facilitated by the Moray House Trust located on Camp and Quamina Streets. 1,993 more words

Human Rights

Classic(s), brands and adverts: 12:15-12:45 Thursday 28th May Leeds City Museum

This talk will take place at the new time of12:15-12:45 in the Ancient Worlds Gallery of Leeds City Museum.

Eleanor OKell will investigate the role of classical characters and imagery in establishing and advertising brands, using twentieth and twenty-first century examples. 182 more words

Classics In Leeds

P is for...

P is for…..

Pandora.

Or Persephone, or Poseidon…

The point for me is the ancient greeks.
All the mythology, and the stories and lessons.

I love them, always have. 53 more words

Aspiring Author

Acts 17:16-34

It appears that Paul was on the run.

His visit to Athens really began in Thessalonica, where he and those with him fled the city. His message had persuaded some people but not surprisingly had been seen as a threat to the emperor. 578 more words

Spiritual

Classical Greece:Ascent to the Stars

Survey the circling stars as though you yourself were in mid- course with them…. Visions of this kind purge away the dross of our earth-bound life.The civilization of classical Greece was remarkable in its achievements and, in some respects, unique. 5,720 more words

Astrology

Migraine Demon

Rising from the sea… she shouts like a deer. She roars like a bull. Artemis Ephesia asks: “Where are you going?” “Half of the head*,” says Antaura.

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Drawings

Egypt-The Solar Society

May the sun in heaven be favorable to thee.

Egyptian cosmology is significant both as a study in itself and in view of its significant impact on later Western worldviews, especially in relation to its notions of a cosmos struggle between light and darkness, and elaborate views on the soul’s ascent to the stars, including a judgment of the dead. 4,715 more words

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