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Hermopolis: the City of Beautiful Renewal
“Let us praise Thoth, the exact plummet of the balance,from whom evil flees,who accepts him who avoids evil,the Vizier who gives judgement,who vanquishes crime,who recalls all that is forgotten,the remembrancer of time and eternity,who proclaims the hours of the night,whose … Continue reading
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The Symbolic World – Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
A short talk by a Sufi mystic about a symbolic world which mediates between our ordinary consciousness and the world of the soul.
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged archetypes, divinity, light, mysticism, oneness, shadow, spirituality, symbols 5 Comments