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Esoteric brings with it multiple patent pending technologies such as the SkyDock product line, as well as all the capabilities and resources necessary to continue to bring new innovative products to the marketplace.
I have, for a long time, been intrigued by this esoteric or hidden culture of the Philippines.
In the post-independence period in Burma, starting from 1948, a large number of hierarchical, initiatory, and secretive esoteric congregations were founded by charismatic leaders in urban areas.
This era was in some ways inaugurated by two landmark studies: first, Michel Strickmann's posthumously published 1996 book, Mantras et mandarins: Le Bouddhisme tantrique en Chine, and then Ryuichi Abe's 2000 study, The Weaving of Mantra: Kukai and the Construction of Esoteric Buddhist Discourse.
of California-Santa Barbara) explores techniques for interpreting the world that have been developed within Buddhism over the centuries, taking as a case study Japanese Esoteric Buddhism, especially the variant developed within the Shingon tradition.
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Sometimes the connection between celebrant and source material is too esoteric to discern without a cheat sheet--live snarls help construct the paean to Strangers on a Train author Patricia Highsmith--but the results are compelling regardless.
There were even anxiety driven crowd swirls forming around the esoteric specters of Chris Cahill and Cris Dawson.
Originally published as "Through the Gates of Death" in 1930, then in a revised edition in 1995, Dion Fortune's Book Of The Dead retains the timely wisdom of psychologist and psychic Dion Fortune (1891-1946), recognized as one of the most insightful contributors to 20th century esoteric thought.
Subjects range from the well-known, such as the Grumman F4F Wildcat and the Douglas SBD Dauntless, to the more esoteric, including the Martin AM-1 Mauler and Pitcairn OP-1.
But as Levy explains, it is a lost world novel which reworks various legends and myths as well as tales of Atlantis and particularly the sunken continent of Lemuria, filled out with Merritt's vast reading in mythology, legend, speculation about lost races in the South Pacific, along with a good dose of Madame Blavatsky and other esoteric writers at the turn of the century.
Arthur Versluis's Esoteric Origins of the American Renaissance, in focusing on occult or metaphysical dimensions, is a part of this legacy of scholarly detection.