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Be mindful not to give your true essence-identity (pure spirit) a particular name, form or brand of religion. All mind-made concepts come and go, but the eternal stillness and silence of your fundamental nature remains unchanged. –Anon I mus

Be mindful not to give your true essence-identity (pure spirit) a particular name, form or brand of religion. All mind-made concepts come and go, but the eternal stillness and silence of your fundamental nature remains unchanged. –Anon I mus

Hypatia of Alexandria - pagan philosopher and scientist who taught students of all religions, the Neoplatonic philosophy that she imparted helped shape the developing Christian doctrine of the Trinity. Linked site has directions for Ionic and Doric chitons (Greek tunics).

Hypatia of Alexandria - pagan philosopher and scientist who taught students of all religions, the Neoplatonic philosophy that she imparted helped shape the developing Christian doctrine of the Trinity. She was tortured to death during a riot in Alexandria

True... and religion continues to dominate women. This movie made me cry and probably put me on the road to atheism.

I'm sure they weren't Real Christians, right?

Hypatia of Alexandria was literally torn to pieces by a "Christian" mob who loved her so much that they wanted to save her from Hell. Beware of Christians who say they love you. Remember, Hypatia died for your sins

Hypatia of Alexandria (ca. CE 350-370  – March 415) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypatia_of_Alexandria on child indoctrination (secondary sources)

Hypatia of Alexandria was then murdered by a Christian mob for witchcraft and godlessness.

Isis, Sarapis, Harpocrates and Dionysos, Louvre. Harpocrates (Greek: Ἁρποκράτης) was the god of silence, secrets and confidentiality in the Hellenistic religion developed in Ptolemaic Alexandria (and also an embodiment of hope, according to Plutarch). Harpocrates was adapted by the Greeks from the Egyptian child god Horus.

Isis, Sarapis, Harpocrates and Dionysos, Louvre. Harpocrates (Greek: Ἁρποκράτης) was the god of silence, secrets and confidentiality in the Hellenistic religion developed in Ptolemaic Alexandria (and also an embodiment of hope, according to Plutarch). Harpocrates was adapted by the Greeks from the Egyptian child god Horus.

Hypatia was a brilliant philosopher and mathematician, head of the Platonist School at Alexandria in the 4th century. She is portrayed here by actress Rachel Weisz in the movie 'AGORA', trying to save scrolls from being destroyed by a Christian mob.

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Hypatia was a brilliant philosopher and mathematician, head of the Platonist School at Alexandria in the century. She is portrayed here by actress Rachel Weisz in the movie 'AGORA', trying to save scrolls from being destroyed by a Christian mob.

75 Thoughts Everyone Has When They Watch The First Episode Of "Sherlock"

75 Thoughts Everyone Has When They Watch The First Episode Of "Sherlock"

75 Thoughts Everyone Has When They Watch The First Episode Of "Sherlock" // I totally thought I had found a new religion, and I guess I did. No one could dry-swallow a pill that big!

Witch sayings and quotes: "Blessed are the Witches, for they are keepers of the Old Ways of Love for the Earth and all Her creatures" -  Pagan sayings spells of magic

Witch sayings and quotes: "Blessed are the Witches, for they are keepers of the Old Ways of Love for the Earth and all Her creatures" - Pagan sayings spells of magic

They did that because she was a woman teaching men, and that according to the Bible is heretical.

They did that because she was a woman teaching men, and that according to the Bible is heretical.

the Art of the Feminine is Hypatia of Alexandria, portrayed by actress Rachel Weisz in the 2009 movie Agora, directed by Alejandro Amenábar, which focuses on Hypatia's final years.

Hypatia of Alexandria from the film Agora. Played by the beautiful Rachel Weisz. -- Story of the famous female mathematician and astronomer in Roman Egypt, who was killed by a Christian mob.

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