Some quantum particles have soulmates, and scientists can use their “spooky” connections to send secret messages across the world, instantly. Source: OK, What Exactly Is Quantum Teleportation? Opinion: The implications here for psychology are profound. If we can already use quantum entanglement to teleport “secret messages,” as the above-linked article suggests, imagine the possibilities for… Read More OK, What Exactly Is Quantum Teleportation? | + Opinion: Implications for psychology and spirituality
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Vikings Season 6 Episode 7 “The Ice Maiden” sees Lagertha quite dead and the focus shifts to her funeral preparations. As demanded countless times in ancient and medieval history, a human sacrifice is required so someone may attend to Lagertha in the afterlife. To me, this is the most…
In Hinduism a linga or lingam is a stone pillar or a carving which most observers say has a phallic shape. Some parochial scholars and Freudians associate this essentially Shaivite image with mere sexuality. The British missionary William Ward criticized the linga as a sign of a supposedly debauched Hindu religion.¹ For many Hindus, this… Read More The Hindu Linga – Sacred image of creativity
I was tempted to note that the dominant calendar is based on Christianity but this isn’t entirely true. Not only do many other religious calendars exist but before Christianity New Years’ Day was dedicated to the two-faced Roman deity Janus. Most say the month of January is also based on Janus but evidence suggests that… Read More Happy New Year!
Lilith is a female demon in Jewish popular tradition. Talmudic lore up to the medieval period sees her as Adam’s demonic first wife, before the creation of Eve. Her roots apparently stem from the Babylonian Lilit (“maid of desolation”), as well as the Sumerian lil (“wind”). Some believe her name was confused with laylah, the… Read More Lilith – Demon, Seducer, Witch, Liberator
Here’s one I took today. it’s just a cellphone shot, zoomed to the max. This parish was renovated a couple of summers ago. It was pretty chaotic as the whole place was transformed, insi… The Empty Tomb https://t.co/cOVTRT8lXY — Mike Clark (@MikeClark) December 14, 2019 Source: The Empty Tomb – Just My Stuff
Oxford University is probing claims that one of its academics sold ancient fragments of Bible from a charity’s archive to a US company. Classics professor Dirk Obbink has been accused by the Egypt Exploration Society (EES) of selling 11 pieces from its Oxyrhynchus Collection. The items – held at the… Source: Oxford University professor… Read More Oxford University professor accused of selling ancient Bible fragments – Keep The Faith ® The UK’s Black and multi-ethnic Christian magazine | + Opinion