Birthing | HOLY FACTS – Deepak Chopra

Birthing | HOLY FACTS – Deepak Chopra

Hey everyone! I’m Gotham Chopra and this is Holy Facts, the show where we take you on a tour of the weirder side of religion and spirituality, from Jedi priests to the Illuminati. On this episode, we’re taking a closer look at the spiritual side of giving birth. And although passing a 7-pound baby through […]

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MindBlowing Occult Sanskrit Hebrew Etymology Symbolism: Vedic Origins of Civilization

MindBlowing Occult Sanskrit Hebrew Etymology Symbolism: Vedic Origins of Civilization

India is the birthplace of language mathematics religion in its the cradle of the human race All roads lead to India Sanskrit is the mother of all the world’s oldest living languages NASA scientists declare that Sanskrit is the most pure of all the world’s languages Sanskrit is the sacred language of ancient pre Brahmin […]

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The Believing Brain: Evolution, Neuroscience, and the Spiritual Instinct

The Believing Brain: Evolution, Neuroscience, and the Spiritual Instinct

Thank you. It’s a great pleasure to see all of you here tonight. The festival has had conversations about science and religion over the years. Perhaps some of you have come to some of those. And oftentimes, there are two sides represented in that conversation and sometimes the two sides, you know, science and religion, […]

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Anthropology Is Outdated | How To Fix It | Travel and Cultural Understanding in the 21st Century

Anthropology Is Outdated | How To Fix It |  Travel and Cultural Understanding in the 21st Century

All right, this is going to be around the one and hopefully the only around of me trying to produce this content. Uh, so hi, been awhile, like quite some time. Um, I’ve lived a very quiet life on the internet, just lurking. Um, and I haven’t produced really much at all for this YouTube […]

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Cultural Anthropolgy MA – ELTE University, Faculty of Social Sciences

Cultural Anthropolgy MA – ELTE University, Faculty of Social Sciences

Budapest is full of life more and more people come here to work study or just to be amazed. The student life is vibrant What’s there to know about our two years Master’s degree in Cultural Anthropology? These classes are complemented by region-specific courses focusing on the anthropology of the continents we also offer courses […]

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The Cultural Nature of Crawling

The Cultural Nature of Crawling

Hi everyone, it’s Aradia Wyndham. I’m the baby historian. Today we’re going to talk about the cultural nature of crawling. As an American, crawling is considered a developmental milestone in my culture. As it is in many western cultures, crawling has been given credit for everything from the development of depth perception to strengthening muscles […]

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Culture Profile: eHRAF World Cultures Tutorial

Culture Profile: eHRAF World Cultures Tutorial

Welcome to the video tutorial section for eHRAF World cultures I’m Alissa Jordan and I’ll be your guide in this video You will learn how to navigate through the culture profile in eHRAF world Cultures first We’ll start at the main page where we find browse cultures click on browse cultures. Let’s say I’m interested […]

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Cross cultural forms of religious (non)commitment

Cross cultural forms of religious (non)commitment

My name is Benjamin Grant Purzycki, and I’m a senior researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. In my view cross-cultural research is absolutely important particularly with respect to making sense of religion. Because for the past century or so we’ve focused almost exclusively on moralistic deities, certain kinds of world religions. We […]

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