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Esoterica: “As Above, So Below” from Tarot to Spielberg and Kubrick and then Drake, Moses and the Snake

As Above, So Below from Tarot to Spielberg and Kubrick, hermetic teaching of Jewish Mystic concept is revealed and then concealed in art and movies

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Kabbalah, Qabbala or Cabbala, the Wandering Jewish Shoemaker, Enoch, Philippines, Cobblers and Adam Sandler

Kabbala, Qabballa, Cabbala or sometimes Kabballah with an "H" at the end, it's very hard to find any kind of criterion spelling of the term that collectively covers Jewish Mysticism A Jewish cobbler or shoemaker hard at work is linked esoterically throughout history to that of the Kabbalist The Spellings of Kabballa....sorry, Qabbala... On the … Continue reading Kabbalah, Qabbala or Cabbala, the Wandering Jewish Shoemaker, Enoch, Philippines, Cobblers and Adam Sandler

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University warns using words ‘straight’ and ‘male’ are offensive

Colorado State University has warned faculty that terms such as 'straight', 'male' and 'America' are non inclusive and should be avoided. Freemasonry founded Colorado State University has come under fire for its aggressively politically correct guidelines in regard to gender. The previously respected University has instructed faculty members against using the words 'straight' and 'male' … Continue reading University warns using words ‘straight’ and ‘male’ are offensive

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Masonic Book: Stories of Strange Women

Freemasonry Masonic Esoteric Book Stories of Strange WomenDownload Stories of Strange Women is a compilation of entertaining and thought-provoking short stories written by J. Y. F. Cooke who is also well-known as the author of two famous books: "A Spray of Lilac" and "A Happy Little Adventure."

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The Pagan Agenda: Witches everywhere, children as targets, Roald Dahl and Hollywoods Phoenix Agenda

When Roald Dahl wrote The Witches in 1983, he produced a brilliant work that was less a childrens book, more a horror for adults with a light reskin. Just like other Dahl books that covered modern social themes quite directly (The Twits, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator) inside the veil of a fantasy theme, … Continue reading The Pagan Agenda: Witches everywhere, children as targets, Roald Dahl and Hollywoods Phoenix Agenda