(WHAS11.com) Witches, magic and spells - there’s more to the growing Wiccan religion than what you’ve seen or read. WHAS11’s Adrianna Hopkins talked to a local witch to dispel the myth. We take you behind the magic and show you why this religion has cast its spell on Louisville. -- Read More
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(NewScientist.com) In his latest book, Deciphering the Cosmic Number, historian of science Arthur I Miller investigates the bizarre friendship between quantum physics pioneer Wolfgang Pauli and famed psychoanalyst Carl Jung. Read our review of Miller's book
Together, the two great thinkers delved into mysticism, numerology and alchemy in their quest to understand the universe and themselves. Miller tells New Scientist about his experience writing the book. -- Read more
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Article: Celebrating Yeats
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(New York Times.com) William Butler Yeats, born in County Dublin, Ireland, won the Nobel Prize in 1923 and was almost certainly, as his biographer Richard Ellmann put it, “the dominant poet” of the first half of the 20th century. But what Yeats really wanted to do was write plays. -- Read more
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(UPI Asia.com) West Lafayette, IN, United States, — Last year the Maoists came to power in Nepal, their entry to the country’s power structure made possible by people who were desperate for a change. Although there have been some improvements since the former guerillas came to power, the women of the country, sadly, have yet to feel any difference. -- Get the whole story
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