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The Religious Dimension

By: Donald Broadribb

... Foundation, Ascona, Switzerland. N.K. Sandars, The Epic of Gilgamesh: An English Version, Penguin Classics, revised edition, Harmondsworth, 1964. © ... ...anslator, and whether it is the translator’s presuppositions that make the English text read “He” rather than “it.” In the same way, it is unclear how... ... elements of the training have been borrowed from the autochthonous Bonpos occultists [a pre-Buddhist tradition in Tibet]. One of the latter once told... ... averted, not by observance of religious laws but through what has come in English to be called the “atonement” by Christ. The word “atonement” in Eng... ...r by changing masks. The Latin word for mask was “persona,” from which our English word “person” derives. Let us imagine that, by analogy, the roles p... ...what they taught. Translation difficulties make this point unclear to most English-speaking Bible readers. In English we distinguish be- tween the wor... ...The 157. Jung, 3, vol. 8, paragraph 322. CONCLUSION 279 world is full of “occultists” (the pop term nowadays of course is “New Age”), by which I mean...

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Modelling of Rationality...and Beyond the Physics

By: Gh. C. Dinulescu

...f the ten divine commandments. By the same token, the allegation of some ″occultists″ that they can drive away malefic ghosts appears as derisory. G... ...sant ″cohabitation″ between the dwellers and the ghosts of the house. An English documentary film tells about the friendship of a British child with... ... seem to be unaware of the presence of the latter. It is said that an old English theater used to be haunted by former famous servants of its scene;...

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