Category archive: Symbolism

And I planted in the universe, in mine

The tree of life concept has been used in biology, religion, philosophy, and mythology. A tree of life is a common motif in various world theologies, mythologies and philosophies. It alludes to the interconnectedness of all life on our planet and serves as a metaphor for common descent, in the sense of evolution. The term…

The ‘Kalam’ cosmological argument

The Arabic word “kalam” means “speech” and refers to the Islamic tradition of seeking theological principles through dialectic. Adapting the term to the Western mind, perhaps one could say that the “kalam”, among other things, is a kind of natural theology that seeks to deduce the existence of God from natural cosmos. The cosmological argument…

Framed with Good and Evil

Signs and symbols of Masonic character are present almost everywhere, in advertising,fashion, TV, film, music videos, and one of them is the checkered floor The brother Ladislas de Malczovich writing in the year 1892, under the title “Outline of the early history of Freemasonry in Austria and Hungary”, describes the process that will culminate in…

The Sun that comes from the Earth

What is alchemy? Is it a science? Indeed, it is the science of art intended to make gold. This is a very primitive response, but has the advantage of not containing any accuracy. It is clear the question: What is gold? Gold is currently the value-pattern our money, the economy hub of a consumer society….

Divine Axiom

The ontological argument for the existence of God is a priori reasoning that attempts to prove the existence of God using only reason; that is, it is based solely -following the Kantian terminology in analytical premises, a priori and necessary to conclude that God exists. Within the context of the Abrahamic religions, the ontological argument…

The Rite or rite ?

We do not know if humans one hundred thousand years ago spoke like us, but we do have evidence that rituals performed at important moments in his life , and before a hunting expedition and to bury a member of the group. Since then, the human being is a ritual animal. And it will remain…

Aequalitas

The term equality comes from the Latin ” aequalitas ” , which refers to correspondence and proportion resulting from many parts that make up a uniform whole . In the social sphere it is considered equal to the context or situation where people have equal rights and equal opportunities in a certain aspect . Our…

Lemegeton

For centuries The Key of Solomon ( Lemegeton )has captivated the minds of the seekers of the occult. It is believed that it was King Solomon who wrote it. Legend has it that King Solomon was the wisest and just monarch in history. Son of King David and Bathsheba , his presence is not limited to…

Monita

In the history of man, the story of the search and discovery has been the evolutionary path in time where are have been accepting the conditions and circumstances through rules and disciplines of the universe to achieve goals. The existence of this path has the testimony of those who have traveled this conscious-mind the path…

The Silence

Man evolves through time as well as everything that is involved in his life, as the same universe frame, and this evolution manifests itself through the ability to be able to listen to the silence, that arises in the observation of one’s self and the universe. “As above, so below; as below so above.”- The…

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