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  • Top reference source for exploring the origins and foundations of cultural beliefs. Beginning in antiquity, we offer information on the myths, legends, fables, folklore, tales and stories that have affected civilizations beginning with the Ancients up to the present day. Our study focuses on Deities, Immortals, Gods, Goddesses, Angels, Monsters and Demons. We also include their Spouses, Children, Hero's and Heroine's. To enhance the information, we've included organized listings, descriptions, and roles of the many characters that have influenced the beliefs of our predecessors. Finally, where possible, we offer information on the locations where the "Supernaturals" lived and played, be they mythological or real.
  • Top How-To source for learning the Tarot. Tarotology covers the origins, development, and use of the Tarot. It include some of the various decks currently available in addition to illustrations of those produced hundreds of years ago and no longer in circulation. Tarotology covers the various cards of the Major and Minor Arcana to include their individual meanings and intrepretations. Additionally, Tarotology offers information on the Tarot's four suits, including the various names they may be identified by, and the general energies each posesses. Finally, Tarotology includes spreads and layouts that can be used in conjunction with Tarot cards and provides products such as personal and professional Tarot software and decks.
  • Top source for Metaphysical information and study. The Metaphysical Society focuses on "The Philosophical Study of Being and Knowing." We offer information for the study of the philosophies of religion, which focuses on the belief in a divine and supernatural power. In addition, we also offer information for the study of the philosophies of the mind, the stars, the spirit, the soul, ancient metaphysics, alchemy, mythology, divination, and wellness. In addition to the above, it is the goal of The Metaphysical Society to introduce approaches and issues in the fundamental areas of Philosophy. These areas include topics such as Ethics, Morals, Right Conduct and Action. Subsequent to the metaphysical studies is information on the topics on epistemology, Ontology, and Existentialism.
  • Top How-To source for learning Astrology. We cover the meaning of Zodiacal Sun Signs, Constellations, Planets, Houses and their influence on us. We include the dates of the various Sun Signs, including Cusps and their general intrepretation. We also offer information on the various Planets as to their influence on the Sun Signs as well as the meaning of the Houses in relationdship to interpreting horoscopes. Finally, Aspects, Elements, and Modalities in addition to Symbols, Glyphs and Mythology are covered for a well-rounded understanding of the many components of a Personal Zodiacal Horoscope.

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed."
-- Albert Einstein


"Come forth into the Light of things. Let Nature be your teacher."
-- William Wordsworth

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"This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples, no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain and our heart is our temple. The philosophy is kindness."
-- Dalai Lama

"There is only one good...knowledge. There is only one evil... ignorance."
-- The Death of Socrates 

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"The greatest virtues are those which are most useful to other persons."
-- Aristotle

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"If we only do what is required of us, we are slaves. The moment we do more, we are free."
-- Cicero
The Metaphysical Dictopedia 
"Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."
-- Albert Einstein
Ancient Metaphysics 
"If any man wish to write in a clear style let him be first clear in his thought and if any would write in a noble style let him first posess a noble soul."
-- Goethe

I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.
--Galileo Galilei