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Amazing Evolutionary Maps of World Religion and Spirituality

Here we have 2 of the most detailed infographics showing all of the major religions in history & how they evolved from animism to scientific enlightenment.
 
First up we have the work of Simon E. Davies who does amazing information dense infographics on world mythology. Click image to enlarge.


You can find more of his work here @ facebook.com/HumanOdyssey 

 

And here we have a massive map I found digging through google. I was not able to find the author but it is a serious piece of work. Click image to enlarge.

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The Occult Origins of Christmas and The Winter Solstice

The origins of Christmas predate Christianity through the Pagan holiday called Saturnalia, which was a week-long of lawlessness from December 17th through December 25th that honored Saturn and included human sacrifice, intoxication, naked caroling and rape. During these seven days, there were no punishments for breaking any laws, according to Roman law.
In the year 4 A.D., Christianity adopted Saturnalia with the hopes that they could convert the Pagans into Christianity by promising that they could still celebrate Saturnalia as Christians. (Imagine how that would work out today). Because Saturnalia did not...

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Our Most Important Book Scans Compendium to Date!

We pride ourselves in helping keep the old world and all of its infinite treasure, its teachings, its wisdom, alive. We provide material you will not find at your local bookstores, quenching the thirsts for knowledge on all subjects most occulted by mainstream. This one is a matrix buster, a true treasure and necessity for anyone who wishes to see through things.

This collection contains everything one needs to understand not only what they are reading, but much more. If you are familiar with George Orwells "1984" then you can easily understand the importance of understanding...

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10 of The Most Deadly And Disturbing Eyes Found in Art

To represent Death means to be conscious of the destiny we must face as human beings. It is also the search for meaning and the approach to the unsolvable conflict we grapple with and can't comprehend: Why am I here and when will I leave?

Our existence is terminable and this materiality and impermanence creates an obsession with the finite and spurs a need to create memories and an urgency to feel pain. We must cram all these experiences and memories in these short lives and we must contend with unanswered questions and confusion.

Some people consider artistic works that depict death as a...

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Johfra Bosschart Zodiac Paintings in HD - The most symbolically rich and lush depictions ever

 

 

Johfra Bosschart was born in Rotterdam, Holland on December 15, 1919, and died in Fleurac, France on November 6, 1998 at the age of 78. He signed his works "Johfra," an acrostic of his full name Franciscus Johannes Gijsbertus Van Den Berg....

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