Mysteria Misc. Maxima: December 16th, 2011
December 16, 2011
Mysteria Misc. Maxima is a weekly feature which brings together links on religion and esotericism from around the internet.
- Hasidic girls around the world shed a tear as Matisyahu shaves his payot. (CNN)
- Muslims taking the oath of citizenship in Canada will have to uncover their faces. (Reuters)
- Atheists are taking their children to religious services. Awkward. (CNN)
- A 400 year-old cottage in England’s coven country may belong to the infamous Pendle witches. (HuffPo via @_alka)
- This story about a grade-schooler who was harassed for his pagan religious beliefs—by his teacher, no less—shows the need for education and tolerance of such practices. (The Wild Hunt)
- Richard Kaczynski not only wrote the most kick-ass book on Aleister Crowley, he als0 has some pretty high-level academic credentials. So why is his Wikipedia page up for deletion? (The Magickal Universe)
- Amy Hale weighs in on what it’s like having an academic career doesn’t resemble the tenure-track professor next door. (Amy Hale)
- Love this: Should your magickal practice change to reflect your lifestyle? (Strategic Sorcery)
- Finally, ever wonder what “giving someone the third degree” really means? Here’s a list of Masonic sayings that are used in everyday parlance. (About Freemasonry via @genmercerlodge)
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