Mysteria Misc. Maxima: March 2nd, 2012
March 2, 2012
Mysteria Misc. Maxima is a weekly feature which brings together links on religion and esotericism from around the internet.
- The Anusara yoga scandal shouldn’t be shocking anyone because, you know…tantra. (NYT via Letter From Hardscrabble Creek)
- How early Christians looked at the body. (History of the Ancient World)
- A tomb in Jerusalem may have evidence of the first followers of Jesus. (MSNBC)
- However, scholars say the Jerusalem find is bunk archaeology. (MSNBC)
- Using the Dead Sea Scrolls…as a treasure map? (PaleoJudaica)
- There are only three people left in the world who are Shakers. (Religion News Service)
- Some folks want to save the Abbey of Thelema. (Entelechy via Scarlet Imprint)
- More on the “Save the Abbey” event being hosted by Treadwell’s in London, England. (Scarlet Imprint)
- The devil tarot card can send shivers up one’s spine, but is it really that sinister? (Ankafnakhonsu)
- What does science have to do with magick anyway? (Talking About Ritual Magick)
- The Golden Dawn’s lineage may not be all its cracked up to be. (Nick Farrell)
- Finally, you can tell someone off, but this Martin Luther insult generator will have you hurling invective like the protestant reformer. Nails, 95 theses not included. (Lutheran Insulter)
Photo by ShellyS.