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The Kaddish Prayer Of Death

KaddishWhy do Jews read grieving Kaddish at the funeral? Why do Jews read Kaddish, crying at a funeral? The Kaddish prayer of death is one of the most famous prayers during and after the burial service

It is important to remember that, like Catholics, we often criticize other religions, because we pray for the deceased. It is often overlooked that Christianity not only opened one day, its roots can be found in the Jewish religion and practice of the temple. The Jewish practice of praying for the dead can be found in the original Hebrew text of the Old Testament. Moreover, Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity, came to this world as a Jew, and was raised and practiced the Jewish traditions according to 2 Mk 12: 44 because if I had not expected the fallen ones to rise, it would be futile and foolish to pray for them in death, the prayer for the resurrection of the dead was already accepted by Jewish practice. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on July 13, 2017 in civilization

 

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Historical references to the magic wand

 magic wandThe form in which it was used in Europe, is just one of the links in the whole system of magical devices.   Its prototype, of course, existed in ancient times; however, it is impossible to establish a direct link between the ancient ways of its application, and those we meet in Europe in the late Middle Ages.




By itself, this image has been known since ancient times archaeologists ancient rock paintings have been found, which show figures holding sticks, and subsequently, many Indo-European peoples portrayed their gods with various objects in their hands, symbolizing their power, and had stories about all sorts of magic wand. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on November 28, 2016 in Historical

 

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World most mysterious disappearances in history

mysterious disappearances in history** Garigou Krikor

Garigou Born in Jerusalem December 20, 1947. In his student years, he migrated to the land of their ancestors in Yerevan, went to college and immersed in the study of ancient languages. And in 1972 he managed to get to France, where he stayed forever.

Krikor was a poet, but not memorable poems. Bohemia knew him as a fanatical collector: in addition to a huge number of paintings, he was the owner of one of the world’s largest collection of icons. For public Garigou was a generous patron of the arts (thanks to a huge state). And learned people thought he was a qualified art historian. In general, the audience loved it. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on March 26, 2016 in Historical, Mysterious

 

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We do not matter!

 matterThe universe takes time, according to the Spanish physicist . In this article, should be singled out: The fact is that at the end of the XX century, scientists have made a sensational discovery: our universe is not just expanding, but doing it with acceleration.

To detect this effect, scientists began in 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics. What propels the universe? This phenomenon has become one of the biggest mysteries of nature, over which for nearly 20 years fighting physics. They introduced the concept of dark energy and that she attributed to the effect of acceleration. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on January 27, 2015 in Historical

 

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The Most Famous in the History of Curses

cursesThe belief in omens and spirits, or far left as a child, or expressed in over the left shoulder and three-time rapping on wood, no more. But sometimes happens is that you begin to understand that everything in the world, there is something from which fails to protect or call the police, or traumatic gun under the pillow or communications in the higher echelons of power.

1. Curse of Otzi

In 1991, a group of climbers went to conquer one of the Alpine peaks in the Otztal Valley, found in the ice half vmerzshie human remains. Deciding that it was one of the victims of avalanches and blizzards, climbers have learned body with ice axes and sent to the morgue. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on November 30, 2014 in Historical

 

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Unknown History of Normandy Landing

Larry Collins On Tuesday, June 6, 1944 began to change the course of World War II. Nearly two hundred thousand men from the US, Canada, Britain and France, and more than five thousand ships supported from the air by as many aircraft as fit in the sky over the English Channel, invaded Normandy.

The main protagonists of one of the greatest epic journeys of history were the Minister Winston Churchill and Eisenhower, Montgomery and Patton, the side of the Allies; and Rommel, Goering and general, under Hitler, the German side. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on October 17, 2014 in Historical

 

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The world should not have known about it

WorldThe Central Intelligence Agency CIA and the United States concerning the elimination of President John F. Kennedy, November 22, 1963 in Dallas. Possibly in kilograms dossier hidden authentic mechanism of this political assassination, and perhaps they just support the version of the lone assassin.

But that’s why for almost 50 years to hide under security cataloging information if it only confirms the official edition of events? So what exactly hide these documents: clumsy work of detectives and … involvement in the kill of the state? Perhaps the world will know about it in 2017, when the said documents should be declassified. However, it is also possible that the CIA will extend their privacy. Such a right he has.  Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on August 20, 2014 in Historical

 

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Victory Low lands

Envision ourselves in the XVI century in the Low Countries, how to translate the name Netherlands. Opening of a great game of chess history is this: the territory belongs to Spain, among the inhabitants of the Netherlands is becoming more popular Protestantism. And its track is perhaps the most essential and anti-papal – Calvinism. Yes, Calvin of Geneva has already cleansed the temple of the city of icons and statues of the saints, from all sorts of images of Christ and the apostles. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on August 18, 2014 in Historical

 

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Over the evil empire sun not at all sets

Oddly enough, all the basics of German National Socialism – the veneration of a gentlemen, racism, and anti-Semitism and genocide beast men – existed long before the birth of Adolf Hitler. And successfully applied in practice, a country over which the sun never set – the British Empire.

For example, Aboriginal massacres in the English colonies were as common as hunting. In 1830, Tasmania soldiers of the 40th Regiment were herded into a bunch of natives who dared to be ungracious, shot the men, and then beaten to death women and children. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on August 18, 2014 in Historical, Mysterious

 

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Finds that changed our view of the past

The first talk about of archeology appeared in antiqueGreece- Plato defined this word all the antiquity or history of past times. During the Renaissance, the history of archeology called classical antiquity, and only much later, in the XVIII century, in connection with the excavation in 1748, the ancient city ofPompeii, and the finding in 1799 of the Rosetta Stone, archeology began to acquire scientific and particular. Since then, thousands of historical archeology discoveries. Some of them have changed our view of history: Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on August 17, 2014 in Historical

 

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