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Auset's Star ~ Humanity's Mystery

  • SOPDET/SEPDET (Egyptian) or SOTHIS/SIRIUS (Greek),brightest of all fixed stars, was regarded as the most important star in the sky in ancient Egypt forming the astronomical foundation of their religious system, delineating the rhythms and cycles by which they lived, and establishing its mysterious connection with humanity.
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African Culture

Carl Jung on Zosimos, Zoroaster, Philo the Jew and Thrice Greatest Hermes

Lecture VI 13th December, 1940

The treatise of Zosimos, which we began in the last lecture, is among the most difficult texts which are to be found in this kind of alchemistic literature. 3,874 more words

Carl Jung

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's Final Poem

Hermes Trismegistus

Still through Egypt’s desert places
Flows the lordly Nile,
From its banks the great stone faces
Gaze with patient smile.
Still the pyramids imperious… 341 more words

Ancient Egypt

We're Just Having Tescos

Today I was riding the train and the guy next to me was on page four of Walden. I still haven’t finished the book but I really liked the first half of it. 699 more words

Journal Type Shits

Resurrections for Roubles

Pet Sematary – Trailer

“Sometimes dead is better.” Where had I heard that before? It was in that Stephen King story, Pet Sematary. In the old Micmac burial grounds they were resurrecting dead animals. 800 more words