Posts Tagged ‘xx’


Thursday, July 20th, 2017:

Regional Museum of Atacama Copiapo Chile, 2010 ETHNOGENESIS AND CULTU RAL IDENTITY AMONG THE COLLA GROUPS OF THE ATACAMA RANGE Daniel Quiroz[1] and Yuri Jeria[2] The legislation 19253 [so-called Indigenous Law], created by the CONADI (Nationwide Company of Indigenous Improvement), acknowledges in its first article, 9 ethnic teams in Chiles: mapuche, aimara, rapanui, atacameña, quechua, colla, diaguita, kawashkar y yamana. The presence of the colla as an ethnic group became a giant shock, not just for the odd individuals, but additionally for the specialists, historians and anthropologists. Within the Larraìn erudite work [1987] the colla group just isn't talked about in […] Read More →

On the Significance of Damcar in Rosicrucian Mysticism

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017:

In the Rosicrucian manifesto, Fama Fraternitatis, the vibrant Christian Rosenkreutz obtains his understanding of mysticism throughout a journey to the Holy Land, in a location called "Damcar," referred to as a city in Arabia. While today the word "Arabia" has the tendency to describe the Arabian Peninsula, the Fama is most likely utilizing it simply to describe lands occupied by Arabs. Throughout 4 centuries, scholars have actually attempted to determine the city of Damcar, however without success. The most likely factor for utilizing Damcar, instead of the genuine name of the magical city, is that the genuine name would freely […] Read More →

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