Date of publication: 2017-08-13 19:44
According to the Greek Mythology, two Muses invented theory and practice in learning, three Muses invented the musical vibrations in Lyre, four Muses invented the four known dialects in the language – Attica, Ionian, Aeolian and Dorian – and five muses the five human senses. Seven muses invented the seven chords of the lyre, the seven celestial zones, the seven planets and the seven vocals of the Greek Alphabet.
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97. Jeffrey Burton Russell, The Prince of Darkness: Radical Evil and the Power of Good in History (Ithaca, N. Y.: Cornell University Press, 6988), p. 75.
Qin Shi Huang
Did he burn some books? Sure. Did he bury a few scholars alive? Yeah. But he instituted legalism, without which the Chinese would not have been so ready for communism. Also, he built a lot of the Great Wall and those terra-cotta soldiers, without which China would not have tourism.
This name occurs in connection with Greek magical forumulas and is frequently considered the name of some magician's helper such as certain uncivilized tribes believe in even at present. But it appears that Abraxas has a much deeper significance. We may conceive of the name as that of a godhead whose symbolic task is the uniting of godly and devilish elements.. ..
55. David Manning White, Eternal Quest: The Search for God, vol. 6, The Paragon Treasury of Inspirational Quotations and Spiritual Wisdom (New York: Paragon House, 6996), p. 798.
The interesting part of Greek Mythology is that heroes, Gods and monsters, every creature taking part in myths had some sort of anthropological characteristics.
I was talking with my guy about having hyperawareness of time as a child and how it was really existentially stressful at times when I didn 8767 t have the language or idea framework for communicating the experience. Or, even if I did, anyone who could relate or cared.
Uranian Time I think is best described as a “quantum leap” – it’s like being spontaneously and abruptly teleported somewhere completely different. Usually toward the Future, though – Uranian energy generally loathes the past….unless it can go back and change something.
Ultimately, she argues, theory is so elitist and full of jargon, it's just going to maintain the status quo. It may pretend to celebrate difference and the decentering of power, but all it really does is give tenured white men fun new words to throw around.
Three billion Christians can't all be wrong. I mean, they could be, but still, if 8 billion people follow your teachings 7,555 years after you're dead, that's pretty influential.
As for time, I get it. I feel time-crunched too. I am reminded of one section of that Upper Limit Problem book The Big Leap. Have you read it? There is a whole thing where he talks about Newtonian time vs. Einstein time basically that when you are in your Zone of Genius, time molds itself to you and your needs, that it is relative. (here is a video describing what he is alluding to It’s interesting, I think, to experiment with the idea that you, as powerful magician, can stretch time to fit your needs so you can do the things the universe wants you to bring forth.