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- History of Egyptian Medicine and Philosophy
- When medical knowledge past is considered, lack of aseptic technique, pain-killing drugs and antibiotics are an accepted part of our modern legend of these ancient healing practices. You will find that none of this is true when it comes to Ancient Egypt....
Religions >> Egyptian
- The Religious Experience: A Wiccan Viewpoint
- What is religion? Religion is a set of beliefs which allow us to understand and categorize our world and our place in it. A set of beliefs which define our culture, our expectations, our views of people and behaviors we expect. I have found several different...
Religion & Philosophy >> Religions
- What is Kabbalah
- Kabbalah can be interpreted and explained in different ways. Kaballah is quite difficult to categorize since its philosophy cannot be verified and not based on historic fact.
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- A Basic View of Paganism or Bambi Pagansim
- "You people are all so nice! I like the idea of Paganism, but I don't think I could be that nice all the time." The writer was genuinely perplexed and driven to ask me if it is really possible that Pagans, Witches and Wiccans really lived such...
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- The legendary 16th century Japanese warrior Miyamoto Musashi spent 30 years attaining perfection in swordsmanship, going undefeated in 60 recorded duels. But after his final win, Musashi gave up the warrior's life to become a painter and sculptor, ...
- Historical Fiction: Liquid Swords
- Yet the hero of these two novels, who becomes Musashi Miyamoto, the greatest swordsman in Japanese history, is an outcast and outlaw, hiding and close to death from malnutrition, even starvation, at the beginning of “Sword of Honor” (Doubleday, 464 ...
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- The liberal arts--grammar, logic, rhetoric, literature, philosophy, and music--are called the higher or finer arts, because they give shape to the mind. History ...
- Deer and boar: from pests to the plate
- Sidetracking slightly, I must confess that as an one-time martial artist, my ears pricked up when I was reminded that Japan's most famous swordsman, Miyamoto Musashi, was born and buried in this southern part of western Honshu. Musashi (circa ...
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