Sin-eaters are a fascinating and enigmatic folkloric and historical figures whose origins can be traced back to various cultures and periods throughout history. The Sin-eater job was document in Medieval Europe
In the annals of history, the story of Akhenaton and his Sacred Family of Egypt stands as a remarkable testament to one man’s audacious vision of reshaping the very foundations of an ancient civilization.
The Brethren of the Free Spirit, often referred to as the Free Spirits, was a medieval mystical movement that emerged in Europe during the late Middle Ages.
The Flagellants were a religious movement that emerged during the late medieval period in Europe. This group of devout individuals practised extreme acts of self-flagellation, seeking repentance and atonement for their sins
The Middle Ages, spanning roughly from the 5th to the 15th century, witnessed a complex tapestry of religious movements that shaped the socio-political landscape of Europe. This era was marked by the dominance of the Catholic Church and the presence of various religious movemnts challenging its authority.
Religion, a section that invites you to explore the diverse tapestry of beliefs, faiths, and spiritual journeys that have shaped human civilization. Religion The Skoptsy The Skopites, were a religious sect that emerged in 18th-century Russia. They believed in a radical form of Christianity that involved self-castration for men and mutilation of breasts for women. The 3 Secrets of Our […]
The Skopites, also known as the Skoptsy, Scapets or Scopiti, depending on translations, were a religious sect that emerged in 18th-century Russia. They believed in a radical form of Christianity that involved self-castration for men and mutilation of breasts for women.
Romería del Rocío is Spain’s most important religious celebration and it attracts over a million visitors every year during the weekend before Pentecost Monday and exactly 50 days following Easter.
Hermeticism or Hermetism is a philosophical system based on the teachings of the ancient Egyptian God known as Thoth.
Further, we will explore Hermes Trismegistus and The 7 Great Hermetic Principles