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Labyrinth Maier files

31 Aug What were these labyrinths for?

Since the dawn of civilization, labyrinths have fascinated humankind. Knossos in Crete, has a distinctive circular maze design with seven rings. Exactly the same design appears mysteriously at different periods in history on stones and artifacts as far apart as India, Norway, Germany, Ireland, England, Arizona,...

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Ulva Paradox Novalis

28 Aug Embrace Paradox

Ulva Naumann stated in episode 8: "Knowing Ultimate Truth is only possible when you're able to embrace paradox." Your logical mind may find this impossible, but life itself has no problem in being paradoxical regardless. Good fortune always seems to bring happiness, but deceives you with...

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24 Aug Disir – the Guardian Spirits

Apart from gods or goddesses, medieval authors often refer to female guardian spirits identified as dísir and sometimes fylgjur. The conceptions under-lying these two kinds of spirits undoubtedly differed initially, however some of the later authors employed the terms interchangeably. [vc_row][vc_column width='3/4'] Reference is made several times...

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Wagner and Schopenhauer

25 Jul Wagner and Schopenhauer

When reading Maier's journals and stumbling on his musical (harmony) ideas, the illusionary world and the references to the division "Parzival" one will meet without doubt Wagner and Schopenhauer. Wagner was profoundly inspired by philosophical ideas; not in dilettante fashion, but out of genuine interest, passionate...

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