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cubewanos in astrology

Cubewanos in astrology

Cubewanos in astrology open up a whole new dimension for any astrologer who is unafraid to think outside the box and willing to explore their significance.  A Cubewano, also known as a classical Kuiper...

Korean folklore

Dokkaebi, the Goblins of Korean Folklore

In Korean art and folklore, Dokkaebi are mythical goblins known for their peculiar appearances and supernatural abilities. They are often depicted as humanoid beings with the ability to transform into various forms and possess...

Just like Loch Ness many North-American lakes inhabit cryptids of the Sea Serpent type. Lake Wallowa has "Wally" and sightings of the creature support an ancient Nez Perce legend.

Wallowa Lake Monster (Wally)

The Wallowa Lake Monster, also known as Wally, is a creature that has been rumored to inhabit Wallowa Lake in Oregon, USA. Wallowa Lake is a ribbon lake 1 mile (1.6 km) south of...

Shades of Death Road

Shades of Death Road, Warren County, New Jersey

Shades of Death Road is a winding, two-lane rural road in Warren County, New Jersey, about 6.7 miles long. The road runs north-south through Liberty and Independence townships, and then turns more east-west in...

the soul in kabbalah

The anatomy of the human being in the kabbalah

In kabbalah, it is believed that we are composed of different soul levels, each corresponding to a different aspect of the divine. Eight main components (condensation levels or subjectivities of the all-encompassing divine consciousness)...

fresco from Lararium in Roman house near the Vesuvius

Lares, Lemures and Penates

In Roman culture, Lares, Lemures, and Penates were gods and spirits that were believed to protect and watch over the household and its members. These figures played an important role in daily life and...