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Chokmah to Sophia

Assaulting Sophia, Protecting Sophia: the Female Body as a Symbolic Artifact in Gnostic Mythology – a recommendation

“A sudden blow: the great wings beating still Above the staggering girl, her thighs caressed By the dark webs, her nape caught in his bill, He holds her helpless breast upon his breast. How can those terrified vague fingers push The feathered glory from her loosening thighs? And how can body, laid in that white …

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On the symbols of Poland’s pro-choice protests

Without even stepping on the somewhat slippery ground of semiotics we wish to share a few thoughts about how symbols take on different meanings depending on context and era. Looking briefly at the 2020 pro-choice protests in Poland‘s main symbol to be precise: Interestingly enough the first two associations we had when first seeing this …

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Terms – Magic(k)

“There seem to be almost as many definitions of magic as there have been scholars writing about it”, so Hanegraaff informs us, quoting Pasi, in his cornerstone work “Esotericism and the Academy – Rejected Knowledge in Western Culture”. And yet, we are offering you one more perspective to join the melee. Perhaps some of it …

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Terms – Sex

As the Sunai Institute’s activities revolve around ‘Sex’ it seems appropriate to first introduce the term theoretically: some describe Sex as a universal form of energy, created by and available to all living things. Surrounding, penetrating and binding material existence together. Others refer to it is Qi, Prana – Orgone even – or just as …

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