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Subject: Religion & Spiritualism

Understanding the Apocalypse Series

Religious traditions throughout the world have texts or traditions announcing the end of time as we know it, and in this series Werner Weick and Adrea Andriotto have undertaken the colossal task to tell the story, from the perspective of the East and the West, of the Apocalypse. Here we learn, by inquiring on our past Click for more

4. The Invisible City

4. The Invisible City

Cities were built to create a safe space to shelter people from various dangers; yet today with nearly 70% of the world living in cities, they have developed into places with immense problems, confusing humans rather than helping them. One of the symbols of the book of Revelation is the Holy City, a vision of a perfect society. In England we visit the Schumacher Center, named after philosopher and economist Fritz Schumacher, who believed people should think on a human scale, bearing in mind both nature and spiritual values. Next we see the contrasts between "heavenly" Jerusalem, the ideal city, vs. its exact opposite, Babylon. Lastly, we visit the Abbey at Glastonbury, called the English Jerusalem, where it is believed the disciples led by Joseph of Arimathea brought the chalice of the Holy Grail. 07/10DE SCA 60 min.

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