Becoming a witch is a choice. It may have been a family legacy in the ancient history but because of circumstances, the legacy has stopped and so nowadays, the practice of witchcraft is a result of great respect for Mother Nature.
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They have either risen to a level where they no longer need to incarnate or they started out as a much larger piece of the One containing more of its essence than we smaller fragments.
They are guides and guardians, keepers of places and forces, focal points and touchstones.
Each god or goddess has unique traits unto themself, though many have similar spheres of influence.
Pagans choose to worship, ie; lend energy to, those gods and goddesses who are closest to nature and the harmony of the Universe.
WICCANS worship mother Earth, and Selene the moon, Kernos the god of the Hunt, Epona and Dionysus, Isis and Osiris, Pan and Gaea, Artemis and Apollo, and many others.
There are no false gods.
Even the Christian god has a place and it is right that those who have chosen to follow that path worship him.
A person must choose those gods and goddesses which seem right to them, for each person's path to enlightenment is unique.
THERE IS NO "ONE" WAY :)
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Essayist : Mahapragya AcharyOffer hold been twenty-four Tirthankaras or prophets of the Jain religion. The leading one was Noble Rishabh and the twenty-fourth one was Noble Mahavir. Exhibit Jainism has Noble Mahavirs pronouncements as the flowerbed. They obscure some of the credo enunciated by the twenty-third Tirthankara Noble Parsva then.Noble Mahavir preached his thinking formerly attaining omniscience. He propounded Religion by goodhearted central denomination to the essence. For him, caste, view and colour were not source. Religion or Religion came to refurbish a summative variety by avowal the revere that casteism is not real.Treating Religion and cabal as two crack fabric unbreakable the basic unity of Religion. Offer can be a plurality of sects but organize can be no plurality of Religion. Utterly Religion consists in subduing sensitivity and ill feeling. It is the extraordinarily for each one and for all mature and all seats.Noble Mahavir gives us the anekanta Morality (NON-ABSOLUTISM) to manifestation at the world. It is a significantly recycled metaphysical impression and is an driving method in the look for for truth. According to this conception, you cannot take place at the extensive truth with the help of mind perceptions the same as sense hold their limitations- they can at best take place at unwarranted truth. In addition, organize are as manifold facets of truth as organize are matter. Hence, since declaring that a personality chart is nervous, one basic try to perceive its prospective split of truth. This down-to-earth but summative stand up of the Jain Religion near the look for for truth is heaps to end in it the cachet of a world religion.Later than Acharya Tulsi was camping in Hissar (HARYANA). It was a summer afternoon. Brusque Kaka Kalelkar emerged as if from nowhere. The Acharya wondered how Kaka had come imperfect any prior information. The latter aimed I was current in my accounting in Delhi indication about anekanta. Era perform so I felt very pathetic about the idleness of the followers of the Jain Religion. Take possession of of all religions are wearying to turn their religions concerning world religions. But the Jains are totally inactive on this front line. They hold a all-inclusive philosophy honey the anekanta, which qualifies as a world religion, and yet they are lowest maddened about it. I was setback by it. I can not abide my unhappiness and it explains why I hold come expound in this raging heat.Kaka Kalelkars trouble did not only hold a tinge of grief; it then had a lot of truth. The Jain Religion is a fit contender for being a world religion. For it supports everyday unity, explains religion from a non-sectarian skew and concedes unwarranted truth in the doctrines of all other sects.In addition Haughty Articles at articlesworld.comMahapragya Achary is 10th acharya of Terapantht founded by Acharya Bikshu SwamiCompassionate : News-and-Society:Religion
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Black...ward negativity, banishing, remove hexes, spirit page, psychic work, endings
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"Om bhur bhuvah svaha, Tat savitur varenyam
Bhargo devasya dheemahi,Dhiyo yo nah prachodayat"
O God! You are Omnipresent, Omnipotent and Almighty, You are all Light. You are all Knowledge and Bliss. You are Destroyer of fear, You are Creator of this Universe, You are the Greatest of all. We bow and meditate upon Your light. You guide our intellect in the right direction.
The mantra, however, has a great scientific importance too, which somehow got lost in the literary tradition. The modern astrophysics and astronomy tell us that our Galaxy called Milky Way or Akash-Ganga contains approximately 1,00,000 million of stars. Each star is like our sun having its own planet system.
We know that the moon moves round the earth and the earth moves round the sun along with the moon. All planets round the sun. Each of the above bodies revolves round at its own axis as well. Our sun along with its family takes one round of the galactic center in 22.5 crore years. All galaxies including ours are moving away at a terrific velocity of 20,000 miles/second.
Now the alternative scientific meaning of the mantra step by step:
//OM BHUR BHUVAH SVAHA:Bhur: The earthBhuvah: The planets (solar family)Svaha: The Galaxy.
We observe that when an ordinary fan with a speed of 900 RPM moves, it makes noise. Then, one can imagine, what great noise would be created when the galaxies move with a speed of 20,000 miles per second.
This is what this portion of the mantra explains that the sound produced due to the fast-moving earth, planets and galaxies is Om.The sound was heard during meditation by Rishi Vishvamitra, who mentioned it to his colleagues. All of them, then unanimously decided to call this sound "Om" the name of God, because this sound is available in all the three periods of time, hence it is set (permanent).
Therefore, it was the first ever revolutionary idea to identify formless God with a specific title (form) called upadhi. Until that time, everybody recognized God as formless and nobody was prepared to accept this new idea. In the Gita also, it is said, "Omiti ekaksharam brahma", meaning that the name of the Supreme is Om, which contains only one syllable (8/12). This sound Om heard during samadhi was called by all the seers nada-brahma a very great noise, but not a noise that is normally heard beyond a specific amplitude and limits of decibels suited to human hearing. Hence the rishis called this sound Udgith musical sound of the above, i.e. heaven. They also noticed that the infinite mass of galaxies moving with a velocity of 20,000 miles/second was generating a kinetic energy = 1/2 MV2 and this was balancing the total energy consumption of the cosmos. Hence they named it Pranavah, which means the body (vapu) or store house of energy
//TAT SAVITUR VARENYAM:
Tat: That GodSavitur: The sun (star)
Varenyam: Worthy of bowing or respect.
Once the form of a person along with the name is known to us, we may locate the specific person. Hence the two titles (upadhi) provide the solid ground to identify the formless God, Vishvamitra suggested. He told us that we could know (realize) the unknowable formless God through the known factors, viz., sound Om and light of suns (stars). A mathematician can solve an equation x2+y2=4; if x=2; then y can be known and so on. An engineer can measure the width of a river even by standing at the riverbank just by drawing a triangle. So was the scientific method suggested by Vishvamitra in the mantra in the next portion as under:-
//BHARGO DEVASYA DHEEMAHI:Bhargo: The light
Devasya: Of the deityDheemahi: We should meditate.
The rishi instructs us to meditate upon the available form (light of suns) to discover the formless Creator (God). Also he wants us to do japa of the word Om (this is understood in the Mantra). This is how the sage wants us to proceed, but there is a great problem to realize it, as the human mind is so shaky and restless that without the grace of the Supreme (Brahma) it cannot be controlled. Hence Vishvamitra suggests the way to pray Him as under: //DHIYO YO NAH PRACHODAYAT:
Dhiyo: IntellectYo: WhoNah: We allPrachodayat: Guide to right Direction. O God! Deploy our intellect on the right path. Full scientific interpretation of the Mantra: The earth (bhur), the planets (bhuvah), and the galaxies (svaha) are moving at a very great velocity, the sound produced is Om, (the name of formless God).
That God (tat), who manifests Himself in the form of light of suns (savitur) is worthy of bowing/respect (varenyam). We all, therefore, should meditate (dheemahi) upon the light (bhargo) of that deity (devasya) and also do chanting of Om. May He (yo) guide in right direction (prachodayat) our(nah) intellect dhiyo.
So we notice that the important points hinted in the mantra are:-
1) The total kinetic energy generated by the movement of galaxies acts as an umbrella and balances the total energy consumption of the cosmos. Hence it was named as the Pranavah (body of energy), this is equal to 1/2 mv2. 2) Realizing the great importance of the syllable OM, the other later date religions adopted this word with a slight change in accent, viz., Amenand Ameen.ERQ3FCHKA2WB
5. TERRAFORMED MARS
"The theory": The theory here is that Mars is already being terraformed behind our backs by groups such as NASA and the ESA, it is a fairly new claim and is supported only by speculation and a few pictures.
"The facts": First off the price, it seems almost no theorist takes price into account when they come up with these ideas, NASA is already having trouble as it is keeping themselves funded. The price of bringing something to Mars that could terraform it would cost billions, possibly even trillions. The computer
technology required to make sure it did every little thing right would cost even more. Not to mention the time, it takes a Lander to get to Mars from earth so something that big would take years to get there and might not even work when it did. Our best bet for terraforming Mars at the moment is to take prehistoric microbes that feed off carbon dioxide and others gases and let them form Mars in the same way scientists think they formed earth. Of course this in itself would take millions of years, at the present there seems no way to terraform Mars and no reason to.
4. HEALING THOUGHTS
"The Theory": The theory is that using your mind to think positive and encourage yourself and others to feel better really helps and can replace medicine.
"The facts": Sadly this is believed by many people, and though it certainly can't hurt for the common cold, since rest and relaxation are the best things for it after all. For more serious diseases people who really believe in this may not go to a doctor, and as such they can damage their body, or even kill themselves. This is no more effective than prayer which when it does seem to work can be explained away as coincidence. Many people actually do believe in it and luckily for some of them the placebo effect makes a major appearance, since they think their getting better, their bodies get stronger and they do sometimes pull through.
"The Theory": We each have seven chakras going down from the top of our head to our feet, they can be used for a variety of things and awakening one can usually help you with a specific thing, such as enhanced hearing, sudden realization and the list goes on.
"The facts": There is no way to prove these things exist. But people believe in them, some more so than a soul. They are usually connected with paranormal cases and as such usually don't have any specific stories all their own. Though there have been some reports of people having slightly greater abilities or knowing what will happen before it does. This is usually explained by a 'sixth sense', often described as the brain's way to activate the subconscious mind which helps us gather information and process it in such a way that we don't know how we acquired it but we have the information. This can explain why people think they've been to places they never have, and many other feelings of that nature; this can also explain away almost all if not all of the chakra cases.
"The Theory: "The theory here is that life does not exist, we are all in fact test programs in a giant virtual reality or the players of that reality itself.
"The facts:" Once again there is no specific way to disprove this theory. Though it would mean in reality we would probably look much different or not exist at all. There is not much of a base for this to stand on, since it is another 'can't prove can't disprove' paradox, it is back to our own judgment. Strange as it may seem this theory could explain a lot of the problems with the world and things such as carbon dating. If we all were/are just test subjects in a large-scale virtual reality test, then all of the anomalies we find, and many of the world mysteries could be explained as bugs and glitches in the program. There is no solid proof that it does exist though, and it is most likely just generated by people's fears of the age of technology we're stepping into, and what it may do to us.
"The Theory:" Though the theory varies greatly from religion to religion, most of them believe that there is a being or beings greater then anything else in the universe that created the earth. It is still generally accepted in western civilization that there is a god.
"The facts:" We find ourselves at another paradox, there is no way to prove or disprove any religion. Many believers in their religion will often say god is testing us as he has faked much of the things we see in history. Such as dinosaur bones being millions of years old. However skeptics usually point out other facts, such as the second you accept one religion you are literally rejecting thousands of others. Skeptics will also point to the overwhelming evidence that all so-called effects of prayer can be explained through mere coincidence. They will also point to errors in the Bible writings, and problems with the whole idea of heaven in general. Despite this evidence many people continue to worship their gods. Skeptics generally believe that religion was established for one of two reasons. Reason one because people were scared and looked for a way to say this life isn't all you get. The second reason is that people were confused and tried to come up with an answer as to why and how all this stuff got here, so they came up with the ideas of gods. None the less following certain things from certain religions isn't necessarily a bad thing. The one common thing you will find in all religions usually written in different words but with the same meaning: do unto others what you would want others to do to you. A fine motto to live by.
But now, his liberated eyes stayed on this side, he saw and became aware of the visible, sought to be at home in this world, did not search for the true essence, did not aim at a world beyond. Beautiful was this world, looking at it thus, without searching, thus simply, thus childlike. Beautiful were the moon and the stars, beautiful was the stream and the banks, the forest and the rocks, the goat and the gold-beetle, the flower and the butterfly. Beautiful and lovely it was, thus to walk through the world, thus childlike, thus awoken, thus open to what is near, thus without distrust. Differently the sun burnt the head, differently the shade of the forest cooled him down, differently the stream and the cistern, the pumpkin and the banana tasted. Short were the days, short the nights, every hour sped swiftly away like a sail on the sea, and under the sail was a ship full of treasures, full of joy.
All of this had always existed, and he had not seen it; he had not been with it. Now he was with it, he was part of it. Light and shadow ran through his eyes, stars and moon ran through his heart..."- Hermann Hesse, "Siddhartha"oFREE download, in PDF format, of "Siddhartha," by Hermann Hesse is here:
Actually it's "The Secret" - you know - the updated Wallace Wattles "life strategy"
Remember Guru James Arthur Ray (who is one of the "stars" in "The Secret" DVD?) Something happened to Mr. Ray on his way to spiritual enlightenment: he bumped into the dollar. In the end, all the abundance he had and affirmations he made could not save him.I've tried affirmations and I know people who have tried affirmations. They work or they don't work. Tony Robbins also subscribes to that "believe and it shall be" theory.Does this stuff really work? "The Secret" seems to have convinced Xiaxue - who was already talented and helping herself along life's road. Long before she watched the DVD.So... This "Secret" seems to work for some people, and not for others. Kind of like some medicines work well for some but don't do anything for others?I am convinced there is SOMETHING, some mechanism or entity or deity or radio wave at work when it comes to affirming and believing. Maybe the quality of transmission of one's thoughts and beliefs affects whether the Universe picks up the signal?There's also the John Randolph Price take on "Abundance"
If ever comes the day affirmations and/or abundance (oh, and "gratitude") work for me, I'll let you know! (Perhaps I'm too much of a "doubting Thomas?")Meantime, avoid this "secret" as if your wallet depended on it!
By St. John, Metropolitan of TobolskThankfulness during grief distinguishes the good from the evil and clearly shows who is who. Bells, prior to being lifted to their height, are tested by blows from a hammer and when they give out an unpleasant sound they are discarded. Such is the will of God: He does not lift His chosen ones to the heights prior to testing them with frequent crosses and grief in order to see the fulfillment of their endurance and what kind of and how pleasant a sound they emit. At one time God tested His great "bell" Job. The hand of God touched him. Would you like to know the tool He used? The hammer of the world, that is, the devil. But what sound did this "bell" emit? "The Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away; blessed be the name of the Lord!" (Job 1:21). What a pleasant sound! But Job was still further subjected to beating. He came under the power of the devil, and his whole body was struck down; from head to toe pus and worms covered him, and he sat in his discharge. Do you hear what blows he received? But now hear what his voice gave forth: "Shall we not receive good at the hand of God, and shall we not receive evil?" (Job 2:10). Oh, what a strong voice! Oh, what a sweet sound! Who, being asleep, is not awakened by it? (Blessed Augustine, "Discussion on Psalm 97"). Blessed be this "bell" emitting such a blessed sound! This is the indication of a good man, a man grateful to God. And here is the sign of an ungrateful man: if some misfortune comes upon him, he complains, laments, opposes, grieves excessively, praises his own deeds and proves his innocence (St. Antioch, "Discussion 117"). What more is there to say? The good and the evil are like two full dishes, one filled with precious aromas, the other with evil-smelling matter (Blessed Augustine, "Letter 111: To Theodorus"). Thus the good and the evil are being frequented by misfortune without distinction, but by this affliction itself, one is being separated from the other by the all-wise providence of God. The good, when any misfortune befalls them, offer their thanks to God Who deigns to punish them; but the arrogant, sensual and money-loving blaspheme and grumble at God saying, "O God, what evil did we do that we are suffering so?"Source: "The Royal Way of the Cross of Our Lord Leading to Eternal Life", trans. Vera Kencis (Wildwood, AB: Monastery Press, 2002), pp. 149-150.
I want to start off with a confession-- I am a Trinitarian who is in regular conversation with Muslims about what monotheism actually means. I am also part of a Christian communion that has traditionally shied away from making determinative statements on the Trinity -- not with Muslim consciences in mind, but because the word is not present in the New Testament and it took three centuries for the doctrine to be fully defined. In addition, as Miroslav Volf points out the concerns that Muslims have about the Trinity can be relieved if we are careful in our definitions. I say all of this to introduce the Sightings column written by Sarah Yardney that deals with the complaints made against the Wycliffe Bible Translators, whom they charge with removing the Trinity from the New Testament (as if the full blown doctrine is actually present). As Yardney notes much of the debate focuses on English words, rather than on what would be the best way to translate" Pater" and "huios "into Arabic or Urdu. Besides, if a translation can avoid offending Muslims so that they can get a better sense of the Gospel, why is that a bad thing? Anyway, as I go with my family to meet for lunch with a Muslim friend today, I leave this article for your consideration!"
"Sightings 6/28/2012TRANSLATING THE TRINITY FOR MUSLIMS-- SARAH YARDNEYAn online consortium for ministry to Muslims, Biblical Missiology, has accused Wycliffe Bible Translators of dismantling the Trinity, the Christian doctrine that God is three persons in one, in their translations of the Bible for Muslims. They claim that Wycliffe, a non-profit organization that has translated the Bible into over 700 languages for missionary purposes, has removed the titles "Father" and "Son" from their translations for Muslims in response to Islamic influence. Wycliffe defends its choices by explaining that in certain Muslim societies, the titles "Father" and "Son" give the impression that God physically had sex with Mary, and the organization wanted to avoid this misunderstanding. In lieu of "Father" and "Son," the titles used in the Wycliffe Arabic and Urdu Bible, among others, "are translated more accurately to the inspired Greek." Biblical Missiology, however, argues that the traditional titles give no such impression of carnality and that Wycliffe is distorting the word of God to avoid offending Muslims. We cannot know whether Wycliffe has translated responsibly because the disputed translations are not available to the public: Wycliffe has agreed not to publish them until the organization's translational practices have undergone an audit by a panel assembled by the World Evangelical Alliance. But there are a few things that could be said in response to Biblical Missiology's accusations. First, the claim that the Wycliffe translations fail to represent the Trinity is somewhat disingenuous. The Christian doctrine of the Trinity, which states that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are one and the same God, does not appear in the Bible. Although inspired by biblical texts (most importantly Matt 28:19 and 2 Cor 13:14), the doctrine did not take the form familiar to modern Christians until the Council of Constantinople in 381. Strictly speaking, therefore, a translation of the Bible can neither represent nor fail to represent the Trinity because the Trinity is not in the Bible. It is a concept that developed later. Second, it is problematic that the whole debate, at least at the public level, is taking place in English. Biblical Missiology charges that instead of "Father" and "Son," Wycliffe is using terms like "Guardian" and "Representative." Clearly in English "Father" and "Guardian" are not synonymous, nor are "Son" and "Representative," but that is irrelevant. What matters is whether the terms Wycliffe has used in its translations are good equivalents for the Greek "pater "and "huios", not whether Wycliffe's terms would be rendered into English in the same way the Greek is. A conversation about Wycliffe's translational choices cannot happen responsibly using only English equivalents; it requires precise discussion about the meanings of the Greek terms and the meanings of the terms in the target languages. Otherwise we simply do not know what we are talking about. Of course, it is easy to see why Biblical Missiology prefers to stick to English and not get into the nitty-gritty of Arabic, Urdu, Turkish, Bangla, etc. The American Evangelicals whose support they seek probably do not know the languages in question and, more importantly, are emotionally attached to the traditional English titles. What Christian who has been going to church her whole life is going to feel comfortable hearing "God the Guardian" instead of "God the Father," or "This is my beloved Representative, in whom I am well pleased"? By keeping the conversation about English words, Biblical Missiology enhances the sense of threat to Americans' own liturgy and worship practices. Finally, we should be a little suspicious of the charge of Islamic influence. The accusation that the Trinity is being removed from the Bible to avoid offending Muslims sounds rather like the fear that sharia law will supplant the American justice system. One has to wonder whether similar translations into, say, indigenous languages of South America would have elicited such a fervid response. Islam has become America's bogeyman since 9/11, and Americans tend to startle more easily when Muslims are involved. There may be valid objections to raise against Wycliffe's translations, but Biblical Missiology has not raised them.REFERENCESJeff Kunerth, "Wycliffe criticized over Bible translations for Muslims, Orlando Sentinel", April 29, 2012."Fact Check: Biblical Missiology's Response To Wycliffe's Comments On "Lost In Translation"http://biblicalmissiology.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/LostInTranslation-FactCheck.pdfSARAH YARDNEY is a PhD student in Bible at the University of Chicago Divinity School. She was a participant in the 2012 Jerald Brauer Seminar on translation.
"Sightings" comes from the Martin Marty Center for the Advanced Study of Religion at the University of Chicago Divinity School.
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