Mean of living is precisely one, and that is love, while man opts one of the three states to live by it: complete dependence, i.e. the state of low self-esteem and despair, that ultimately doomed Satan. complete independence, i.e. the divine trait, that Satan devoured Adam for. interdependence, i.e. a state of managing the coexistence … Continue reading Islamic take on Ouroboric Evil
According to the Hebrew Bible, Tabernacle (Hebew Mishkan [i]) was the earthly meeting place of Yahweh with Israelites during their journey to Canaan. As their 40-year sojourn in the wilderness of Sinai ended, the Jews prepared to set off to journey towards the promised land. Tabernacle was offered to them as a portable Sinai and hence the mountaintop experience of Yehweh's presence moved … Continue reading Tabernacle, the ancient Israelite Sanctuary
Jews are the Children of Israel, i.e. Prophet Jacob, who primarily belonged to the area known as Juda. Israelites believe in all the prophets before Prophet Abraham, however the case becomes different when it comes till him. They believe that Prophet Abraham had one wife Sarah who gave birth to Isaac and one Egyptian handmaiden Hagar who gave birth to … Continue reading Judaism
Nirvāṇa /nɪəˈvɑːnə/ is an impersonal term [i] that refers to an ever-present possibility to be realised in the body (Brown and O'Brian, 1989); a reality totally beyond the four elements of matter and saṃsāra [ii] and its dependent and conditioning factors that lead to the countless cycles of life and death. Even beyond the cosmos and the four formless heavens. It … Continue reading Is Nirvāṇa the Ultimate Reality?
Pharaoh /ˈfɛːrəʊ/ is an Egyptian term that means “Great House”. Hence the term originally referred to the king’s palace but the meaning loosened over the course of Egyptian history until it became interchangeable with the Egyptian office of kingship in New Kingdom. Pharaohs were now believed to be the incarnation of Horus. The title was gender … Continue reading Pharaoh
Syncretism | sɪŋkrɪtɪz(ə)m When two either dispirit or conflicting religious ideas in one time come together and combine into One concept over time. Example: Syncretism is often manifested in the gods and formation of religions.