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  • How The Archaic Egyptian Religion!  By : GAURAVBOKEN
    The Egyptians did not have one single, monolithic, centralized, unchanging religion. All of what we deem “Egyptian Religion” is in a constant flux which varied from region to region and of course era-to-era. /; Trends in any of the beliefs and practice did not develop in any one single direction. But instead underwent a constant flow. Because of this, unlike our modern society it is increasingly difficult to separate what is “sacred” and what is “profane”.
  • How a Tarot Reading Works  By : Jackson Swift
    You might have heard about tarot cards being used for game play? Yes, it’s not uncommon. But their more popular use is for divination or a tarot reading.
  • Sir Karim Ibrahim  By : Ibrahim
    Karim Ibrahim's father Ibrahim Pabani came from Mandavi, Kutchh. He was an eminent owner of the ships, sailing in Arabian and Zanzibar coasts. He had three sons - Ladha, Datoo and Karim. Ibrahim Pabani died in 1857.
  • Missionary Karam Hussain  By : Ibrahim
    The Shamsi Ismailis in Punjab, the followers of Pir Shams (d. 1356), mostly practiced the Ismaili faith in solitude in the garb of the Hindus, and became known as the gupti (secretive). These gupti Ismailis mostly resided in 73 different villages in Punjab. Most of them revealed themselves from the Hindu culture, and emerged in public and assumed the Islamic names soon after the orders of Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah in 1910.
  • Wazir Jivabhai Bhanji  By : Ibrahim
    Jivabhai Bhanji traced his lineage from a certain Bhagat Virabhai Devasi, who lived in the beginning of 15th century in Kathiawar. Paraptani is said to be his only son, and his son was Parpiya. Karim was the younger son of Parpiya, and the son of the former was Bhima, who also lived for some time in Mundra, Kutchh with his son Hamid. The next generation followed by Hamid was
  • Juma Jan Muhammad  By : Ibrahim
    Juma Jan Muhammad was born possibly in 1850 in Bombay, where he got his early education. He was a leading leather merchant in Bombay and a commission agent. He was also an owner of a tannery at Dharavi. He extended his business as far as Europe and Burma.
  •, Astrology, Numerology,  By : astrovalley
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  • Missionary Juma Bhagat Ismail  By : Ibrahim
    Juma Ismail or Juma Jan Muhammad traced his descent from a certain Ramal, who lived in the village of Buara in district Thatta, Sind and died in Jerruk. His son mostly dwelt in Kutchh and returned to Bhambor in Sind.
  • Freemasonry Secrets And Guide To Freemason Symbols  By : Red NanStudio 111
    Freemasonry is a kind of religious fraternity that is called the ancient and accepted order of freemasons. The number of freemasons in the US is estimated to be at about 4 million at the time of 1960. Freemasons were mostly Caucasian, and Protestant. The purpose of the freemasons is to meet the social and personal needs of the members.
  • What The Pros & Cons of Witchcraft Covens...  By : Mandar
    The upside of joining a Coven is that it can give you some discipline when practicing your craft. For example, you will be celebrating every Sabbat, and making sure to do your daily devotions. It can be a rewarding experience to meet with like-minded people – no matter what you do.
  • Telltale Signs That You Should Stop a Psychic Phone Reading  By : Jackson Swift
    There are many reasons to stop a psychic phone reading. You could be getting a free psychic hotline reading that has a time limit. You could be on tight schedule and need to take care of other things after the phone reading.
  • A Book Review on What is Communion?  By : Johnny Kicklighter
    A short book review on the book "What is Communion? authored by Victoria Stankus. The book is tailored to teach childen the meaning of The Lord's Supper.
  • The Making of The Exodus Oil  By : Clara Huset
    When I picked up the bottle again my hand turned numb and my inners began to shake. Woe, Lord don't stop, this is incredible"
  • The General Perception of the Whites to the Slave Religious Ceremonies  By : rachelhewlett
    The general perception of the whites to the slave religious ceremonies was a bad one not only because they thought the practice was uncivilized and barbaric but also because the despised the slaves.
  • Civil War in the United States  By : rachelhewlett
    The white wanted to kill the slave’s hope of ever going home or ever being free and that is why they wanted to discourage them from the practices that made them hope to be free.
  • Slavery in the United States  By : rachelhewlett
    The white of the southern wanted to be powerful and that is why they were so much against the religious ceremonies of the slaves as they felt that the grouping would give them the chance to form rebellious movements against them.
  • Christian Gap Year Youth Work To Benefit Ones Future  By : Chriss Tyrrell
    It's just another sign of these changing times. Even high schools students who in generations past would have been consumed strictly with thoughts of themselves are now becoming more philosophical and philanthropic. So many young Christians getting ready to graduate are asking themselves the same question, “just what is it that I can do to leave a positive impact on the planet on which I live”?
    Indian astrology plays very productive and beneficial role and consequently the interest of the common man in the study of the science of Vedic astrology. Indian Vedic astrology has grown enormously over the decades. Vedic Indian astrology implies is the result of the well researched work and deeper understanding of human behaviors by Indian Vedic seers as influenced by planetary changes and cosmic vibrations to provide useful and great information to the followers of the Indian Vedic astrology in important sectors of life.
  • The Civil War and Slaves in America  By : rachelhewlett
    Federal laws against slavery were not proposed, as they already existed. The further spread of slavery needed to be controlled. The south part feared that it would lose the control of the federal government to antislavery forces and the northern feared that the slave powers already controlled the government.
  • Slave Religion in North America  By : rachelhewlett
    By the year 1810 the slave trade to the United States came to an end and the population of the slaves begun to increase naturally. This made way to the transmission and the preservation of the religious practices that were African American.
  • White Perceptions of Slave Religious Ceremonies  By : rachelhewlett
    There were different perceptions of the slave religious ceremonies by the white. The incantation rituals by the West Indian slaves were portrayed as African based. The slaves were opposed to the whites Christianity religion and this upset the white because it caused a threat to the whites man’s safety.
  • Politicians, Gods & Messiahs  By : charu102
    I heard a conversation take place the other day where one person was explaining to another how he felt about Barack Obama. He told this woman that to him, and to people in his generation, Barack Obama represented the same hope that Jack Kennedy had represented to that generation. This statement sent shivers down my spine. Here was a man in his late fifties not only comparing Barack Obama to John F. Kennedy, (no offense, but Mr. Obama is no John F. Kennedy) but he's hanging his hopes and dreams on one individual who has an undetermined agenda, may have a questionable past, and has a collectivist voting record. I think this man's faith is misplaced and the thought that there are millions more out there like him disturbs me.
  • Technology and the Psychic World  By : Jackson Swift
    The world of psychics and astrology has become vastly different since the dawn of the Internet. It has opened the lines of communication between readers and querants.
  • Varas Jan Muhammad Hansraj  By : Ibrahim
    Jan Muhammad Hansraj was born in 1838 in Kutchh. Not much is known about his early life. He however made a trip of Zanzibar in 1852 and ventured in the business field.
  • Count Jafferali Ali Megji  By : Ibrahim
    Jaffer Rahimtulla was the younger brother of Sir Ibrahim Rahimtullah (1862-1942). He was born in 1870 and after the death of his father, his brother Ibrahim Rahimtullah gave him adequate education. After his matriculation in 1888, he joined the university and passed B.A. (Hon.) in Philosophy and Logic.
  • Journey of Faith  By : Francis Hirak
    What is our journey of faith and how do we get the true understanding of how faith works in our lives? How do we structure and build upon faith as we take our journey through life?
  • A True Servant of God  By : Francis Hirak
    To be a true servant of God is not always an easy task. We must first place God at the forefront of our priorities, then others, then ourselves. The word "servant" doesn't exactly evoke a warm and fuzzy feeling in us at first glance but once we realize the benefits of being a faithful servant of God, we see that the Bible is true in it's statement that "the last shall be first and the first shall be last".
  • Two Faced Christians  By : Lincoln articles
    Sadly, a large number of Christians are found to be different in their houses or with their friends then at their place of worship.
  • The Value Of Having A Church Or Ministry Website  By : Robert Thomson
    Community-based organizations would expand their reach to a broader range of membership by adding a website to their spectrum of ministry.
  • Mapping the Future by Birth Chart  By : Navneet Singh
    The future is uncertain and unpredictable. What will happen ahead in life often dominates our minds and the need to know it often leads us to the specialists who have authority on the subject?

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