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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – The Blind Spiritualist

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle by Herbert Rose Barraud, Public Domain

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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (born on the 22nd of May 1859, died on the 7th of July 1930), an acclaimed author of the Sherlock Holmes novels, had an unexpected side to him. This devotee of logic, fact, and deduction became so incredulous of his beliefs, it’s hard to grasp. His story is that of human […]

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What is modern paganism?

Wicker Man in Sękowa Wola at FestFeuer by Silar

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Modern world goes farther and farther back into its past instead of evolving. Or so the rapid growth of modern paganism (or neopaganism) may suggest, as it is one of the fastest growing religious movements in the world. It is an umbrella term for different nature and earth-based religions, spiritualities and philosophies, such as witchcraft […]

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Winter Solstice just happened

Winter Solstice At Dawn At Stonehenge by Mark Grant

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Winter Solstice, the shortest day with the longest night in the year just happened astronomically, at 4:48 GMT on December 22nd. This event has been celebrated since Neolithic times, marking a turn to the better during the famine months: finally, there will be more sun and soon the winter will pass and the nature will […]

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