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Monthly Archive for June, 2009

Symbolism and The Aquarian Age

Editorial Illustrations for Lecture 7   Symbolism and The Aquarian Age  With the intent only to reveal and not conceal, most of the editorial illustrations of lecture seven are separated out and included here.  Some contain little stories of their own.    Relative to the Age of Aquarius the push comes from the Age of […]

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Aquarian Age Lecture 7

Microcosm Lecture Series Notes   Transitioning Into The Aquarian Age   Lecture 7 of 25 by [R]   Symbolism and The Aquarian Age               The title of our talk tonight is called Symbolism and the Aquarian Age, and for a little while it’s going to sound something like church, talking about things from a […]

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The Danaides and Hypermnestra

  Hypermnestra, in Greek mythology, was the daughter of Danaus. Danaus was the twin brother of Aegyptus and son of Belus. He had fifty daughters, the Danaides, and Aegyptus had fifty sons. Aegyptus commanded that his sons marry the Danaides and Danaus fled to Argos, ruled by King Pelasgus. When Aegyptus and his sons arrived […]

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The following is a talk on Good and Evil by Willie Weidemann  from the Madison Fellowship of the Spirit Annual Conclave May 2009   If God is all-good and all-powerful, why does He allow evil to exist in the world?  This is a question that has baffled many people throughout history.  Some people attempt to […]

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