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The Power Of Sacred Location

Author : Arturo Ponce de Leon
ISBN : 1086958624
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Geophilia is an institute dedicated to understanding the science of space harmonics. It links the invisible forces that govern Nature with our physical reality and propose ways to make them more coherent, healthier. And we all know that with healthy spaces always comes a wealthier approach of life. Sacred temples are located in sacred spots. Thus, there is a meaning, a potent meaning that connects the invisible with the visible forces of Nature. There is a link from the inside to the outside, from the big scale to the small scale. This link is fractality. The ability our Universe has to reproduce similar patterns across different scales. Biomedicine, Geophysics, and Architecture are standard parts of knowledge that are not integrated. But in our physical reality, they are! So we study them for an extended period and make them available to the vast majority of people that like you have been researching in different fields without finding a convincing answer. This may be a possible answer that can lead you to a new beginning. A thousands myriad of opportunities open up as soon as the bird of knowledge and curiosity opens its wings to touch the sky and the earth. Through a series of books to come, you will walk with us on this journey and will be able to discover the Geophilia`s Spot. Learn how to locate them in your land, in your country, in our planet, in a similar way as ancient civilization did but now with the precious help of scientific measurements and very sensitive and advanced technology.

Pilgrimage Studies

Author : D. P. Dubey
ISBN : UVA:X030120594
Genre : Hindu pilgrims and pilgrimages
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Category: Hindu pilgrims and pilgrimages

The Power Of O

Author : Marcus Raphael
ISBN : 0970696949
Genre : Self-Help
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Throughout history people have sensed a special energy at sacred places and tried to draw on this natural power. Many great religious leaders had mystical experiences in the desert or mountains and told the world of their revelations and prophecies. People responded to sacred places by building churches or temples or medicine wheels, and they attracted pilgrimages and vision quests.Many believe that all sacred sites, from the most famous such as Stonehenge and Sedona to lesser-known spots, form a worldwide web of light and communicate on some level. These energy hubs could potentially serve as acupuncture points on the body of Mother Earth, which is in dire need of healing. Sacred places on the network of light stand ready to receive divinely inspired wisdom, a taste of the wonderful things to come as humanity moves toward a global shift in consciousness.A deep link between spirit and nature once brought harmony and balance, yet today it seems that we have lost our way, squandered our connection to Mother Nature and to the “old ways” of magic and mysticism. This power can be retrieved at sacred sites, where we can experience Zero or Nothingness, Oneness, and the ecstasy of sexual Orgasms. This is The Power of O.
Category: Self-Help

Sacred Power Sacred Space

Author : Jeanne Halgren Kilde
ISBN : 0199718105
Genre : Religion
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Jeanne Halgren Kilde's survey of church architecture is unlike any other. Her main concern is not the buildings themselves, but rather the dynamic character of Christianity and how church buildings shape and influence the religion. Kilde argues that a primary function of church buildings is to represent and reify three different types of power: divine power, or ideas about God; personal empowerment as manifested in the individual's perceived relationship to the divine; and social power, meaning the relationships between groups such as clergy and laity. Each type intersects with notions of Christian creed, cult, and code, and is represented spatially and materially in church buildings. Kilde explores these categories chronologically, from the early church to the twentieth century. She considers the form, organization, and use of worship rooms; the location of churches; and the interaction between churches and the wider culture. Church buildings have been integral to Christianity, and Kilde's important study sheds new light on the way they impact all aspects of the religion. Neither mere witnesses to transformations of religious thought or nor simple backgrounds for religious practice, church buildings are, in Kilde's view, dynamic participants in religious change and goldmines of information on Christianity itself.
Category: Religion

Sacred Earth

Author : Martin Gray
ISBN : 1402747373
Genre : Photography
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... "Twenty years of photographs by photographer and anthropologist Martin Gray. Accompanying each photograph is commentary that takes us into the history, mythology and spiritual magnetism of the particular place ..."--Jacket.
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The Power Of Place

Author : James A. Swan
ISBN : IND:30000043437320
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Essays on sacred places and their effects written by environmentalists, architects, historians, etc, ...
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Crystals And Sacred Sites

Author : Judy Hall
ISBN : 9781610586269
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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From the pyramids of Giza to Stonehenge to Machu Picchu, people are captivated by the magic of the world’s most sacred and mysterious sites. Crystals and Sacred Sites teaches you how to tap into the healing energy of these sites from anywhere in the world using the power of crystals and sacred stones. Noted crystal authority Judy Hall takes you to the most revered sacred sites in the ancient world as well as newly discovered ones that are emerging as power points critical to our evolution as a planet. With the assistance of specially selected crystals and accompanying meditations and rituals, you can open the doorways to transformation and healing. Sacred sites featured in the book include: Inuksuk at the Circumpolar Regions Lake Louise, Banff, Alberta Mount Shasta, California Sedona, Arizona Pipestone, Minnesota 9/11 Memorial, New York Hiroshima Peace Memorial, Japan Newgrange, Boyne Valley, Ireland Glastonbury, England Stonehenge, England Medjugorje, Bosnia-Herzegovina Hajji Bektash Bervish Tekke, Hacibektas, Turkey Goree Island, Senegal The Great Pyramid, Cairo, Egypt Sekhmet Sanctuary, Luxor, Egypt The Hanging Gardens of Haifa, Israel Grand Mosque, Mecca, Saudi Arabia Mount Kailash, Tibet Narmada River, Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh, India Spring Temple Buddha, Lushan County, China Ise Shrine, Honshu Peninsula, Japan Uluru and Kata Tjuta, Northern Territory, Australia Castle Hill Rocks, South Island, New Zealand Kilauea Volcano, Big Island, Hawaii Machu Picchu, Peru Chichen Itza, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Secrets Of Sacred Space

Author : Chuck Pettis
ISBN : 1567185193
Genre : Architecture
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Looks at ways to create sacred places for meditation, renewal, and connection with the earth.
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Sacred Objects And Sacred Places

Author : Andrew Gulliford
ISBN : 0870815792
Genre : History
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Sacred Objects, Sacred Places combines native oral histories, photographs, drawings, and case studies to present current issues of cultural preservation vital to American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians. Complete with commentaries by native peoples, non-native curators, and archaeologists, this book discusses the repatriation of human remains, the curation and exhibition of sacred masks and medicine bundles, and key cultural compromises for preservation successes in protecting sacred places on private, state, and federal lands. The author traveled thousands of miles over a ten-year period to meet and interview tribal elders, visit sacred places, and discuss the power of sacred objects in order to present the essential debates surrounding tribal historic preservation. Without revealing the exact locations of sacred places (unless tribes have gone public with their cultural concerns), Gulliford discusses the cultural significance of tribal sacred sites and the ways in which they are being preserved. Some of the case studies included are the Wyoming Medicine Wheel, Devil's Tower National Monument, Mount Shasta in California, Mount Graham in Arizona, and the Sweet Grass Hills in Montana. Federal laws are reviewed in the context of tribal preservation programs, and tribal elders discuss specific cases of repatriation. Though the book describes numerous tribal tragedies and offers examples of cultural theft, Sacred Objects and Sacred Places affirms living traditions. It reveals how the resolution of these controversies in favor of native people will ensure their cultural continuity in a changing and increasingly complex world. The issues of returning human remains, curating sacred objects, and preserving tribal traditions are addressed to provide the reader with a full picture of Native Americans' struggles to keep their heritage alive.
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Sacred Places

Author : James Swan
ISBN : 0939680661
Genre : Nature
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Supporting Lovelock's thesis that the Earth is a living being, Swan suggests natural sites such as Serpent Mound, Machu Pichu, and Kilauea Center have the power to move us in ways modern science cannot explain.
Category: Nature

The Virgin Of The Andes

Author : Carol Damian
ISBN : UOM:39015037777318
Genre : Art
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"Reconstructs the history of the Virgin of Cuzco who, as a fusion of indigenous Andean and Spanish Christian beliefs and practices, represents both the Virgin Mary and Pachamama. Includes background chapters on Andean and Spanish beliefs and art. Major, mostly original work illuminates multiple aspects of the outlooks of both peoples as reflected in their religious iconography during the colonial period. Magnificently illustrated"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.
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The Sacred Network

Author : Chris H. Hardy
ISBN : 9781594777868
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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How sacred sites amplify the energies of consciousness, the earth, and the universe • Examines the web of geometrical patterns linking sacred sites worldwide, with special focus on the sacred network of ley lines in Paris • Unveils the coming state of shared consciousness for humanity fueled by the sacred network • Reveals how consciousness is a tangible form of energy First marked by the standing stones of our megalithic ancestors, the world’s sacred sites are not only places of spiritual energy but also hubs of cosmic energy and earthly energy. Generation upon generation has recognized the power of these sites, with the result that each dominant culture builds their religious structures on the same spots--the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, for example, was constructed over a Temple to Diana that in turn had been built over a stone pillar worshipped by the Gauls. In The Sacred Network, Chris Hardy shows how the world’s sacred sites coincide with the intersections of energetic waves from the earth’s geomagnetic field and how--via their megaliths, temples, and steeples--these sites act as antennae for the energies of the cosmos. Delving deeply in to Paris’s sacred network, she also explores the intricate geometrical patterns created by the alignments of churches and monuments, such as pentagrams and Stars of David. Revealing that consciousness is a tangible energy, she explains how the sacred network is fueling an 8,000-year evolutionary cycle initiated by our megalithic ancestors that will soon culminate in a new state of shared consciousness for humanity.
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Encyclopedia Of Sacred Places

Author : Norbert Brockman
ISBN : 9781598846546
Genre : Religion
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This thoroughly revised and updated encyclopedia documents the diversity of shrines, temples, holy places, and pilgrimage sites sacred to the world's major religious traditions, and illustrates their elemental place in human culture.
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Land Rural Digest

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105073481702
Genre : Environmental policy
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Sacred Places

Author : K. S. Inglis
ISBN : 9780522854794
Genre : Monuments
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Memorials to Australian participation in wars abound in our landscape. From Melbourne's huge Shrine of Remembrance to the modest marble soldier, obelisk or memorial hall in suburb and country town, they mourn and honour Australians who have served and died for their country. Surprisingly, they have largely escaped scrutiny. Ken Inglis argues that the imagery, rituals and rhetoric generated around memorials constitute a civil religion, a cult of ANZAC. Sacred Places traces three elements which converged to create the cult: the special place of war in the European mind when nationalism was at its zenith; the colonial condition; and the death of so many young men in distant battle, which impelled the bereaved to make substitutes for the graves of which history had deprived them. The 'war memorial movement' attracted conflict as well as commitment. Inglis looks at uneasy acceptance, even rejection, of the cult by socialists, pacifists, feminists and some Christians, and at its virtual exclusion of Aborigines. He suggests that between 1918 and 1939 the making, dedication and use of memorials enhanced the power of the right in Australian public life. Finally, he examines a paradox. Why, as Australia's wars recede in public and private memory, and as a once British Australia becomes multicultural, have the memorials and what they stand for become more cherished than ever? Sacred Places spans war, religion, politics, language and the visual arts. Ken Inglis has distilled new cultural understandings from a familiar landscape.
Category: Monuments


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105017130233
Genre : Architectural design
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The Atlas Of Holy Places Sacred Sites

Author : Colin Wilson
ISBN : UOM:49015002844109
Genre : Reference
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A guide to the world's religious places captures their myths, legends, and continued importance, covering such places as the Egyptian pyramids, Mayan and Aztec sites, and the religious centers of Jerusalem and Mecca
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Sacred Places Of Goddess

Author : Karen Tate
ISBN : 9781888729177
Genre : Religion
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Designed to present a diversity of places both sacred and feminine, this coffee table book is filled with photographs from every corner of the world. From the Middle East, to Europe, Africa, and the Americas, the images of feminine divinity presented in this work are as uniform in their beauty as they are diverse in cultural tradition.
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Sacred Place

Author : Jean Holm
ISBN : UOM:39015034249295
Genre : Religion
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This book explores the function of buildings for worship, shrines and pilgrimage centers, and the part they play in the lives of individuals and the community, while also recognizing that "sacred place" is not defined as architectural buildings.
Category: Religion