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Massage in Ancient Egypt

Massage in Ancient Egypt

The Ancient Egyptians were the first to codify and study essential oils and their therapeutic benefits. As well as concocting beautiful perfumes and fragrant incense for personal and ritual use they appl...

Secrets of the Fittest Woman in the World

At age 26, Katrín Davíðsdóttir is an Icelandic CrossFit athlete who's best known for her gritty appearances at the CrossFit Games. She is the women's champion of the 2015 and 2016 CrossFit Games, making her one of two women who can cl...

How we make Bright Side

How we make Bright Side

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Not so long ago, we began our endeavour to make the world a little bit better. When we look back at the short but incredible distance we've already traversed, even we are more than a litt...

Socrates and the Oracle of Delphi

DA asked:

1) What is the message of the Oracle of Delphi to Chaerephon about Socrates?

2) what is Socrates’ response and how does he go about trying to disprove the oracle? What was the effect of his probing on his felloe ...

Plato's Allegory of the Cave

This excerpt from Plato’s Republic, Book 7: "Allegory of the Cave" conveys his wise observations and philosophy on the human condition. This allegory has inspired my own research since it discloses a most exciting and mystical process...

How Physicists Have Caught Up With The Ideas of Ancient Philosophy (2,500 Years Later)

With the Big Bang theory, modern scientists gave us a story about our universe’s birth. With special relativity and quantum mechanics, they elucidated the fundamental characteristics of that universe. With the multiverse and string th...

Humanity MKII: Why The Future of Humanity will be as Purposeless as the Past

The next great stage of our evolution has begun. But what will our successes look like – and will they be that different to us?

“In the 21st century,” Yuval Noah Harari writes, “the next big project of humankind will be to acqui...

World Heart Day: Saving lives with CPR

To celebrate World Heart Day, we take a look at studies of CPR registered at the ISRCTN registry .

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Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a life-saving medical procedure given to patients ...

What is a Dream? Answers to Dream Meaning on Whats-Your-Sign.com

Of course, our search for clarity and meaning of dreams is made more profound if we consider the magical potential of dreams. Looking at dreams as a source of inspiration and sacred wisdom can open up a broad variety of learning. Too,...

Ancient Humans Bred with Completely Unknown Species

A new study presented to the Royal Society meeting on ancient DNA in London last week has revealed a dramatic finding – the genome of one of our ancient ancestors, the Denisovans, contains a segment of DNA that seems to have come from...

Why Policy Needs Philosophers as Much as it Needs Science

In a widely-discussed recent essay for the New Atlantis, the policy scholar Daniel Sarewitz argues that science is in deep trouble. While modern research remains wondrously productive, its results are more ambiguous, contestable and d...

Aristotle Was Right About Mathematics After All

What is mathematics about? We know what biology is about; it’s about living things. Or more exactly, the living aspects of living things – the motion of a cat thrown out of a window is a matter for physics, but its physiology is a top...

Dionysos, Exciter to Frenzy : a study of the god Dionysos: history, myth and lore

This book is written from a Western Mystery Tradition viewpoint, and the material in this book is the interpretation of what has already been written about Dionysos, together with her own inspiration and ritual experiences.

The...

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