Isis la maga

Isabel Ohmann

Introducción

Los “Textos de las pirámides”, escritos durante el Imperio Antiguo, son los documentos más antiguos que mencionan a Isis y a su primer templo conocido, Netjeru, al este de Alejandría. La diosa era en ese momento la “Dama de la pirámide” y su culto era principalmente funerario.

Isis era llamada Uret-hekau, “grande en la […]

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THE CONCEALMENT OF THE SACRED THROUGH THE COMICS OF THE GOLDEN AGE IN USA

By Jorge Hernán Valencia
«Whenever righteousness declines and injustice increases I will manifest Myself; for the protection of the good and destruction of the evildoers, for the sake of establishing righteousness, I am born in every age » ((Krishna en el Bhagavad-gītā, capítulo IV, versos 7-8)).

Most experts in comic history agree that the golden age […]

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A BRIEF SYMBOLISM OF NÔTRE DAME IN PARIS

 

Synthesis done by Rosa Castillo and extracted from “Alchemy and the symbolism of the cathedrals” (1990). Editorial NA, Valencia.60pp.

All the cathedrals in France were dedicated to Nôtre Dame. The Virgin was introduced due to the the devotion that it was prosecuted for the people in the XII century: she evokes the sovereignty, the victory […]

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The rider anguipedo

Isabelle Ohmann
During our Hermes working weekend in the east of France, we discovered a curious statue, the Anguiped Rider, in the? Strasbourg Museum, and, not far from there, at Grandfontaine.

A widespread class of statuary

We observed the presence in North-Eeast Gaul, in Burgundy and particularly between the
Meuse and Rhine, of a great number of these […]

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