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- A Treatise on Astral Projection, Part 4: More Rope Techniques
- ROPE is a very effective projection technique, but it still has to be learned to be effective. I would like to elaborate on a couple of points about the technique, inspired by the feedback I have received so far. There is NO visualization required - AT ALL -...
Parapsychology >> Astral Projection
- (cairn) Son of Zeus, and a Deity of many functions and attributes. He is best known as the Messenger and Herald of the Gods, but he is also a fertility God, a Lord of fortune and fate, and a patron of both merchants and thieves. As Herald he combines...
Deities & Heros >> Greek
- Deity of Sacred Space, and the boundaries thereof. His Spirit was said to reside in cairns, landmarks, and boundary markers. He is another example, like Janus, of the Roman preoccupation with space, distance, edges, and the transition from one state to...
Deities & Heros >> Roman
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- Happy North Korean 'slaves' in Vladivostok
- Hearing the two behind me discussing the various landmarks we are passing, I turn and ask where they are from. I ask in Korean, but “Severnaya Koreya” – “North Korea” – comes the answer from Mr. Cho in his competent but accented Russian.
- What do North Korea's buildings and landmarks tell us about the totalitarian
- When Kim Jong-Il died in December 2011, a window was fleetingly opened on to the notoriously insular North Korea. Now, a new book kicks open the back door of the country's capital, Pyongyang. German architect and publisher Philipp Meuser's two-volume ...
- People gather at Pyongyang landmarks to mourn
- North Korea has entered an 11-day period of official mourning, with flags being flown at half-mast at all military bases, factories, businesses, farms and public buildings.
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