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Phoenix Simurgh

Taking the form of the symbols of mythology, esotericism was hidden in the world of secrets. It came into being in our DNA. It was...

Old Wives’ Tales

What do we think about when we talk about old wives’ tales? We often use it to refer to the therapeutic methods practiced by the...

The Future Forged by Prometheus: The Wavering Throne of Zeus

Prometheus was a son of Iapsotes and a Titan who existed before the gods of Olympus. After winning the war against the Titans, Zeus...

The King Gods Who Wanted to Reach Peak Power

Just like in ancient times, humanity is multiplying on Earth and angering the gods with its noise! After all, what was not understood between the...

The Nature of Reality: Ishwara-Brahman-Atman-Paramatman

All is consciousness, even things that appear not, actually are, for they come from consciousness and are moved by consciousness. What is consciousness? Consciousness is You,...

The Formidable Battle between Darkness and Light

It’s the inevitable fight between Agartha and Shambhala, and in this battle, evil destroys goodness and darkness destroys light. According to the Mayan calendar, we...

Chaos and Order

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the...

All for One and One for All: The Trinity of Astronomy,...

I was always interested in the mystery of space when I was younger. I used to dream about seeing myself in deep space. I...

Sirius: The Mysterious Star of the Goddess Isis

You’re on a beach during a starry night when subtle blue feelings illuminate the darkness within your soul.

City of Legends: Manisa

Manisa was once the mythological Magnesia of Tantalus, Pelops, and Niobe; Sardes as the hometown of King Kroisos, the legendary king of Lydia; Atlantis, the legendary lost civilization; the pavilion of the Sarukhanid dynasty; and the city of the shahzades.

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.

Shemsu-Hor: A 5,000-Year-Old Fairy Tale

The Elven, the fairies and even those Shemsu-Hor. Had such a race ever existed? If so, who were they and where did they suddenly go?