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Star of the Week: The Star Alrisha

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The Star Alrisha “Thou, the divine child of the heavenly Fish Keep pure thy heart among the mortals Once thou hast been washed in the fountain of divine waters. Refresh thy soul, friend, With the ever flowing waters of wealth-giving wisdom. Take from the Saviour of saints the honey-sweet food; Eat with joy and desire, holding the Fish in thy ... Read More »

Tsuru’s Gratitude – The Crane’s Gratitude

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The Crane's Gratitude - Tsuru’s gratitude A Japanese Classic Tale Once upon a time, an old and poor woodcutter finds a small and fragile crane caught in a trap. It was winter, and feeling sorry for the poor little bird, takes the initiative and frees it. He sees the fragile creature fly away through the sky in a hurry. Soon ... Read More »

Justice Served


Traditional Tales - Justice Served “I should like to be able to love my country and still love justice.” ~ Albert Camus quotes According to an old legend from the middle Ages, there once lived a very just and very virtuous man. One day, out of nothing, he was wrongly accused of murdering a woman. As a righteous man, he ... Read More »

The Mystical Christ and the Mystery of the Two Geneses

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The Mystical Christ and the Mystery of the Two Geneses (births) Nothing in all creation is so like God as stillness. — Meister Eckhart It is well known, not only through the old cannons of spiritual traditions, but by mere observance of the daily existence that a Man has two different types of birth. One, natural in this physical nature, ... Read More »

The Spiritual Meaning of Lent


The Spiritual Meaning of Lent “O Holy Spirit, descend plentifully into my heart. Enlighten the dark corners of this neglected dwelling and scatter there Thy cheerful beams.” ~Saint Augustine We commonly understand Lent as a period between seasons, but it carries a tone of reflection and revaluation of what was realized and assimilated in the previous cycle. Lent comes from ... Read More »

The Occult Functions of Parathyroid Glands

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The Occult Functions of Parathyroid Glands "A spirituality that preaches resignation under official brutalities . . . and total submission to organized injustice is one that has lost interest in holiness and remains concerned only with a spurious notion of ‘order.’" — Thomas Merton The parathyroid glands are small endocrine glands in the neck that produce the parathyroid hormone. Humans ... Read More »

Guidelines When Performing Lunar Rituals, Part 2


Guidelines for Lunar Rituals 2 Note:  This article is reserved for University Members. “We lack rituals in this modern world.” ~Elizabeth McGovern  Continuing on the topic of lunar rituals, some precepts are necessary to assure the right creation and projections of the ceremonial rite.  How to write and perform a ritual There are many details one should pay attention to ... Read More »

Guidelines When Performing Lunar Rituals, Part 1


Guidelines for Lunar Rituals 1 The moon, like the sun, is considered astrologically to be one of the earth’s luminaries, and illuminates our planet with the indirect light reflected from the sun. However, the moon is the only satellite of the Earth and, as such, is the celestial body that is closer to our planet. Approximately every 27 days, the ... Read More »

Traditional Tales – The Wings of Humans


Traditional Tales – The Wings of Humans “We are each of us angels with only one wing, and we can only fly by embracing one another.” ~Luciano De Crescenzo Tradition says that one day a powerful archangel came before the presence of the Creator and respectfully talked to him.  Oh G-D of my heart, Venerable Grand Master, IOD-HE-VAU-HE, Three times ... Read More »

The Art of Being Centered


Traditional Tales: The Art of Being Centered “If instead of a gem, or even a flower, we should cast the gift of a loving thought into the heart of a friend, which would be giving as the angels give.” ~George MacDonald Once upon a time there was a wise man that had many disciples. One day one of his disciples ... Read More »