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Christus Sol Invictus

We always knew some people think in pictures, and others in words, and now we learn some people (who are probably really smart) think in “unsymbolized thinking,” though the example they give: “Should I have the ham sandwich or the … Continue reading

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The day the fires didn’t burn out

It all started yesterday, when the Greeks honored Nemesis, goddess of divine punishment, and the Romans lit great bonfires for Vulcan, god of fire. On August 24 they opened a spooky underground vault in Rome to let the underworld spirits … Continue reading

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