Ocultismo Medieval (Historia Incognita) by Xavier Musquera

By Xavier Musquera

En los angeles Edad Media las grandes y majestuosas catedrales así como las iglesias más modestas o ermitas y capillas se edificaron respetando estrictos rituales y leyes concretas que custodiaban los miembros de las cofradías, auténticas logias iniciáticas.

Allí donde las fuerzas del Cielo y de l. a. Tierra confluyen, siguiendo el recorrido del sol desde el alba al ocaso, donde el hombre puede trascender su condición humana, el maestro de obra clavaba su bastón, símbolo de autoridad y conocimiento y punto de partida para sus mediciones.

Recorrer el espacio sagrado y ordenado de estas construcciones es emprender un viaje iniciático de las Tinieblas a l. a. Luz, es los angeles victoria de lo eterno sobre lo perecedero, de lo espiritual sobre lo material.

Todos los saberes ocultos y los ritos ancestrales que los maestros constructores plasmaron en los angeles mudez de l. a. piedra. Un recorrido por l. a. alquimia y los angeles arquitectura enriquecido con un importante apartado gráfico.

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LifE And TEACHings of MuHAMMAd Although the Quran embodies the teachings of Islam, there is another source of guidance Muslims look to as well—the life and teachings of Muhammad. No individual is viewed with the same awe and respect by Muslims as is Muhammad ibn Abd Allah. In countless biographies and poems Muslims have spoken of their profound attachment to the prophet. He is revered by Muslims Quran, Hadith, and the Law 59 Al-Tabari’s Universal History The greatest work of the scholar Abu Jafar Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari is his universal history, Mukhtasar tarikh al rusul wal muluk wal khulafa.

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