Mysteria Misc. Maxima: October 18th, 2013


Mysteria Misc. Maxima is a weekly feature which brings together links on religion and esotericism from around the internet.

Photo by Leo Reynolds.

5 thoughts on “Mysteria Misc. Maxima: October 18th, 2013
  1. Sarah – you know i always have to put in my two cents:
    Love the Masonic 666 grave marker and wonder if that is the Lodge number or cleverly Photoshopped.
    I found the article on “Are we hard wired to believe in the supernatural?” to be most interesting.
    Regarding the “luxury bishop” – nothing like flying first class to visit the poor.
    I’ve read a lot about those posts regarding Christianity +/- Magick going around and can see both sides.
    Yea! A movie on the Babalon Working!
    I’ve eaten lots of Cakes of Light and doubt there is an issue, but maybe they should use a Martha Stewart baking thermometer, or maybe someone should do a medical study on whether they are truly virus free, or better yet maybe the OTO should market their own brand of Safe Cakes of Light in their NYC bakery?
    We have a beautiful old Masonic Temple down in the city no longer in use, of Mosque design with tiled ceilings and black and white tiled floors that i have been to for Rock and Mineral shows and it has even been rented out for concerts. Hey they turn churches into beautiful houses too.

    1. I love when you put in your two cents!

      You know, The Husband actually tolled me about this week’s photo–said it was too close to last week’s! But yes, I love it, too.

      Our neighborhood has seen its share of churches turn into condos. They are beautiful and one-of-a-kind, even if some of the low-hanging structural beams seem ideal for head injuries!

      Cheers!

    2. Yea those low hanging beams are probably from when they try to put in a second floor up in the loft. Anyway one is supposed to have one’s head bowed in church!
      Oh and i forgot to write that i want to start a snake handling witch coven here in the Appalachians, just to give the fundies some competition. Now if i can just find some verse written in Gardner’s scripture to justify it. Maybe we can substitute the snake for his scourge…..

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