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- Archetypal Astrology
- Jungian Psychology | Archetypal Astrology | The Myths The Horoscope What is below is like what is above. And what is above is like what is below, so that the miracle of the One may be accomplished. -Tabula Smaragdina This is not an explanation of all the...
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- Euripides' Medea
- When does Medea the character become unsympathetic? 4. Medea as double.
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- No Way to Honor Dr. King
- By Medea Benjamin (about the author) The ceremonies for the new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington DC were kicked off on August 24 at an event billed as Honoring Global Leaders for Peace.
- Medea Review
- It could only ever be Euripides's Medea. And as I sit here in near darkness pondering my words, a storm rumbles through the Edinburgh skies. Summer is cut short and gloom swallows up the Festive cheer.
- Shizuoka Performing Arts Center Brings MEDEA To Japan Society 9/23-25
- Japan Society presents the Shizuoka Performing Arts Center (SPAC) production of Medea as the launch to its Fall 2011/Spring 2012 Performing Arts Season.
- I Malvolio, Hotel Medea, Untitled Love Story, What Remains - Sunday Herald view
- From Crouch's hour-long play to Hotel Medea, the Brazilian-British co-production which takes its audience on an all-night journey through the superb new Fringe venue Summerhall (formerly the Veterinary School).
- Iraq Withdrawal? Don't Take It to the Bank
- by Medea Benjamin and Charles Davis, August 17, 2011 Since coming to Washington, Barack Obama has won a Nobel Prize for Peace, but he hasn't been much of a peacemaker.
Suggested Web Resources
- Medea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Medea (Greek: Μήδεια, Mēdeia, Georgian: მედეა, Medea) is a woman in Greek mythology.
- Mar 3, 1997 Medea was a devotee of the goddess Hecate, and one of the great sorceresses of the ancient world.
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