Mysteria Misc. Maxima is a weekly feature which brings together links on religion and esotericism from around the internet.
- Did you know the Easter Island heads have bodies? True! (Mental Floss)
- One minute the United States is deeply religious, the next completely faithless. Damn it, Americans, will you please make up your minds already. (Reuters)
- Ah, the obligatory article about Tim Tebow. Or, as suggested here, the second coming of Jesus. You know, if Jesus played football and stuff. (CNN)
- This next question brought to you by the online version of Buddhist magazine Tricycle: How compatible is Buddhism and the internet? (Tricycle)
- There’s a new academic society in town, this one focuses on Islamic Occultism. (Societas Occulta Islamica)
- Oh hey, look what’s back: the Ritman Library. (Heterodoxology)
- This manuscript is 105 pages and all in code. But what does it mean? Hint: It’s an initiation ritual. (Uppsala University)
- Holy moly! Check out this Masonic Lodge in Philadelphia. Women, avert your eyes. (via @hiramabiff4u)
- A brief look at the history of gematria. (Standing at the Centre)
- Are there any similarities between women’s portrayal in Christianity and their representation in Thelema? (Polyphony)
- California Thelemites may be interested in an afternoon of lectures featuring David Shoemaker and Lon Milo DuQuette presented by the Sacramento College of Thelema. Also, there will be snacks. (COT)
- And finally, those of you hoisting a beer to toast the weekend may want to try one of these concoctions based on ancient Egyptian recipes. (Macleans)
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