Monday, May 20, 2019

Anatolian Enlightenment: Haji Bektash Veli and Yunus Emre

Haji Bektash Veli and Yunus Emre were two pioneers of enlightenment in Anatolia.

Photo by Bahadir Karabiyik

Anatolia: The Land of Goddesses

I was dressed in my body in the dignified lands of the Mother, where the light rises with the Sun and hearts are filled with every type of love.

Anatolia: Where Civilization Began

An interview between our editor Hasan Sonsuz Celiktas and The Wise writer Burak Eldem who maintains in his book Cosmic Ocean that Anatolia is the place where civilization began.

A Salute from Anatolia

The Wise was born in this land, which was enriched by the spirits of the numerous great people who lived here. We try to share the wealth of this unique blend.

Paganism, Wicca, and Witchcraft

In Wicca, individuals are responsible for their own actions. Good and evil are concepts unique to humanity, not to gods or goddesses. No one can force individuals to act in a way against their own will.

Atlantis and Osiris

Atlantis is the name of one of the lost continental civilizations, similar to Mu.

Esotericism in the Internet Age

If and when you need to talk about something related to the essential (and eternal) questions of humanity in terms of esotericism, a large bag with “symbols” in it is the main toolkit for you.

Mu Civilization and Naacals

According to Naacal teachings, God is love itself, and the entire universe is built on this love. However, only the spirits that are able to comprehend this universal love are capable of returning to it.

Has the Holy Grail Been Found?

What is the Holy Grail? Does it really exist? Or is it simply a symbol as mentioned in the The Da Vinci Code? More importantly, if it does exist, where it is it being kept?

Devil’s Wine

Have you ever questioned why the stereotypical witch is always evil, and above all, always a woman?

The Breaking Point in History and “The Erroneous Civilization”

Now we are approaching to a new breaking point that would shake the entire world once again...

Entering 2012: Farewell to the Dark Ages

We are finally in the famous and eagerly anticipated 2012. So, what will we experience in the coming days? Here’s a conversation between the writers at The Wise.