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Tales, myths, magic, paranormal, occultism, supernatural and mysterious in the new Mystic Logotypes collection brought to you by Logobaker community. We hope you enjoy it!
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Growing up in Connecticut, visiting Mystic was always a fun day trip along the coast. And as I got older, it was a favorite mother-daughter overnight
7 Signs You Are A Spiritual Channel Are you a Spiritual Channel? While channeling sounds mystical and esoteric, and it certainly can be both of those… many people have opened to channel without even realizing it! Could this be you? Do you on some level already know How to Channel? In this article, I’m going […]
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Numbers are ancient, meaningful, and powerful. It was the Pythagoreans in the 6th century BC who were one of the first groups to popularize the idea that numbers are not merely mathematical symbols, but they actually carry spiritual significance. As Pythagoras was once quoted to have said, “Number is the ruler of forms and ideas and the cause of gods and daemons.” Thanks to Pythagoras, we have a system of numerology which ascribes different meanings to numbers. But numerology is only one…
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On Dec 5th in partnership with Snyder Diamond we kicked off the holiday season with a cabinet of curiosities. Complete with Tarot card readers, custom haiku poetry and a mind blowing magician, the evening was nothing short of magical. Wishing you all a magical holiday season. Happy Holida
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A mystic by nature searches for a deeper meaning in life. The mystic is, in reality, the ultimate scientist. Here is a list of 11 famous mystics in history.
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First published in 1911, Mysticism remains the classic in its field and waslauded by The Princeton Theological Review as "brilliantly written [and]illuminated with numerous well-chosen extracts ... used with exquisite skill." Mysticism makes an in-depth and comprehensive exploration of its subject. PartOne examines "The Mystic Fact," explaining the relation of mysticism tovitalism, to psychology, to theology, to symbolism, and to magic. Part Two,"The Mystic Way," explores the awakening…
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