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Eleusinian Mysteries
By Dr. Lindy McMullin Nothing is actually known about what happened during the celebration of the Eleusinian mysteries, as one of the requirements of the initiate was to remain silent forever about what was seen and heard during the celebration; no-one ever broke this vow. The word myesis, with its Latin counterpart initia meant beginnings, and...
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By Dr. Lindy McMullin Monotonous drumming, chanting, rattling, and rhythmic movement, have been used for centuries in healing rituals. Literature on the effect of music on health has shown that it affects heart rate and electrodermal activity (Hodges, 1980, 2009). McClary (2007) talked about the archetype of music that used sounds and silences from the environment...
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By Dr. Lindy McMullin According to Pausanias, (ix.19.2), the original three Muses were the Triple-goddess in her orgiastic aspect. They were the daughters of the Titans Uranus and Gaea (Mother/Father Heaven and Earth), which challenges us to investigate how the divine and earthly aspects of human nature, bring forth inspiration that comes from the heart and...
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By Dr. Lindy McMullin The pre-historic nomadic tribes who followed the herds in seasons, knew that the Earth ruled them. Their existence had rhythm, cycles and patterns related to human existence as well as birth, vitality, decay, death and rebirth as seen in nature. The Earth portrayed feminine characteristics, with the cave symbolizing the womb from...
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By Alexandros I. Tilikidis A. Fire and water The idea that everything in nature began from two opposite yet complementary forces that are inherent in all phenomena as primary fuel and building cores exists in ancient Greek medical thought. In his first book On Regimen, Hippocrates says (Regimen, I, III): “Now all animals, including man, are composed of two...
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