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Anubis, the Gatekeeper of the Great Beyond
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Anubis, the Gatekeeper of the Great Beyond

Anubis is one of the most important Gods of the Egyptian pantheon and the Primary God of the Underworld until Middle Kingdom. His name is the Greek version of what Egyptians pronounced as Anapa or Anpu. The etymology of the word Anubis is under discussion. Some suggest that it derives from Royal Child, Putrefy or… Keep Reading

psychic vampires and how to recognise them
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Creatures of Light and Dark: Psychic Vampires

The Psychic Vampires the lore, the truth and how to Recognise them Although there is not such an extended bibliography concerning real life incidents of psychic (or energy) vampirism, possibly because of the lack of material evidences even in the true cases, the belief in energy sucking vampires is more common than the one of… Keep Reading

VAMPIRES
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Creatures of Light & Dark: Vampires

Vampires: What about them? In this first part about vampires and vampiric entities we are going to study the blood sucking kind of them. Almost everyone knows the legend of Count Dracula and his vampires. The Irish writer Bram Stoker in 1867 published his book “Dracula” and from then on numberless stories about blood suckingvampires… Keep Reading

Thor, the Nordic God of Thunders
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Thor, the Nordic God of Thunders

Thor was the son of Odin, King of the Gods, and the giantess Jörd the personification of Earth, while some claim that his mother was Frigga, Queen of the Gods. Thor was one of the 12 Gods that were allowed to sit in the twelve seats of the judgment hall in Asgard (the realm of… Keep Reading

Freya (Freja) the Scandinavian Goddess of Love, Beauty and War
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Freya (Freja) the Scandinavian Goddess of Love, Beauty and War

Dear readers, as you may have already observed my colleagues have began to present you with information about the Greek, Egyptian and Hindu pantheons. After popular demand, I am happy to introduce these series of articles that will be dedicated to the Celtic and Scandinavian pantheons as well as they fall into my sphere of… Keep Reading

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