Who really was Mary Magdalene? This question has fueled numerous interpretations over the centuries. However, the author Jennifer Ristine, in her latest work, provides a revolutionary point of view. After four years of study in the ancient city of Magdala, it questions the traditional narrative and provides a fresh perspective on this controversial biblical figure.
Literature is a tapestry of human expression, weaving together narratives that capture the essence of our shared humanity. It’s a journey through words that leads us to confront our deepest fears, celebrate our highest triumphs, and ponder the complexities of existence. From the timeless classics to contemporary masterpieces, literature acts as a mirror, a guide, and a window to other worlds.
Why would the universe hand over the ego to us if in reality, it was something so useless and dangerous? Should people tear off their car parts because they don’t really know what they’re for? Is it not, perhaps, that the ego provides a power that does not fit certain interests?
The power of astrology and occultism in shaping history has been a subject of constant debate. One of the most intriguing episodes in this context is the prediction made in 1914 by a professional astrologer who foreshadowed the rise of a man who would promote the German liberation movement.
Writing, more than just a collection of symbols, is a reflection of human evolution. Mariano Arias Páramo takes us on a journey from ancient pictograms to sacred texts, showing how writing has been essential in social, economic, and religious development.