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February 2010 The Origins Of Myths And Superstitions TimelessMyths was formed to offer a unique reference point on old urban myths, legends & tales. Ancient gods, elusive monsters, bad luck and roach eggs in envelope glue; what do all of these things have in common? All of them have a basis in stories that are part myth, part legend, and in some cases part truth. Each article on TimelessMyths takes a topic under the heading of God & Goddesses, Myths, Old Wives Tales, Superstitions or Urban Legends, and covers it in detail. Why is a black cat crossing your path considered bad luck - or is it? Take a quick tour down ancient mythical streets on your tea break, or spend an afternoon collecting stories for the next time you need an icebreaker at a party. Old Urban Myths, Legends & Tales at Timeless Myths Category: Thursday, 07.

The Real El Dorado? Satellite technology detects giant mounds over 155 miles, pointing to sophisticated pre-Columbian culture. Tuesday, 11. Friday, 31. Ms. Esoterika.org. La Chouette Noire. RavensBlight. Surnateum. ASATRU (Norse Heathenism) World religions Sponsored link. Spelling: There are a number of options for the spelling of the name of this religion. We have been informed that Asatro is the correct Swedish spelling -- "... a combination of the words 'Asa', refering to the Asa-gods och Asarna (The Asa) ... and the word 'Tro', simply meaning 'belief'.

Thus, it means something in the lines of "Belief in the Asa-gods". On the other hand, Ásatru and Asatru are more popular on the Internet than Asatro by a factor of 12. History: Ásatrú is frequently regarded as one of the Neopagan family of religions. Asatru or 'satr' is an Icelandic word which is a translation of the Danish word "Asetro. " Throughout Scandinavia the religion is called Forn Si'r (which means the Ancient way or tradition), Forn sed (the Old custom), Nordisk sed (Nordic custom), or Hedensk sed (Pagan custom).

The religion's origin is lost in antiquity. Corruption of Ásatrú: Ásatrú beliefs: Sponsored link: Asatru Rituals and Practices: Seasonal Days of Celebration. Esoteric Archives. In 1453, Constantinople fell to the Turks, ending the Byzantine empire.

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This date also marks the beginning of the Renaissance, since the waves of Greek refugees spread knowledge of Greek throughout Europe. Included with the newly available Greek manuscripts were the Corpus Hermetica, Plotinus, and the works of the Neoplatonists. Shortly thereafter in 1492, Isabella and Ferdinand expelled the Jews from Spain. This sent waves of Jewish refugees throughout Europe, spreading knowledge of Hebrew and of the Kabbalah. Renaissance philosophers sought to integrate these traditions with the view of unifying the rapidly disintegrating religious factions and also ending the constant political strife.