Mysteria Misc. Maxima is a weekly feature which brings together links on religion and esotericism from around the internet.
- The pope says well-intentioned atheists can get into heaven, but the Vatican begs to differ. (Irish Central via @Temmu Taira)
- California puts yoga on trial. (Fox via @Religion Dispatches)
- What are scientists believing in these days? Try heaven. (MacLean’s)
- The Hadith, sayings of the prophet Mohammad, get updated for the 21st century. (Reuters)
- Not sure what to get that special someone who has everything? How about a piece of the Dead Sea Scrolls? (HuffPo)
- Carol Christ suggests that feminists have a duty to leave patriarchal traditions. (Feminism and Religion)
- And Judith Plaskow defends remaining in one’s religion, even if it offends one’s feminist sensibilities. (Feminism and Religion)
- Wikipedia booted out an editor who was hostile to pagans. (The Wild Hunt)
- Here comes the next generation of Contemporary Esotericism scholars. (Creative Reading)
- But really, why would you want contemporary esotericism, when you can have some vintage esotericism? Here are ten resources to help you learn hieroglyphics. (Graeco Muse)
- One psychic professional was the victim of a break in when a disgruntled client attempted to retrieve the $212,000 he paid for a malfunctioning love spell. Holy crap, is that really what you all are charging? (UPI)
- Can’t tell the difference between and evocation and an invocation? This article is for you. (The Digital Ambler)
- Brighton’s newest historical landmark will honour Doreen Valiente. (DVF via The Wild Hunt)
- Finally, one priest is without a pulpit to preach from after he was found stealing sermons. The Massachusetts Episcopalian was found to to lifted his inspirational talks from a book on how to preach more dynamically. Apparently, while God may forgive plagiarism, church elders, on the other hand, do not. (Opposing Views)
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