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Struggling through its painful puberty, the World Wide Web (Heads Up: Hebrew letters also possess numerical value, and w=6) is nevertheless emerging as the guiding light of Information Technology. Finally escaping Bell (Ba'al) Telephone's copperwire stranglehold (monopoly), Broadband (Fiber-Optic Networks) will soon be as ubiquitous as corporate Television across the Nation. However, the uncensored Internet can broadcast Truth to a political world... you just have to know where to look. The following philosophical, religious or altruistic, whistle-blowing Websites represent the spiritual cream of the cyber-crop for 2017 AD:

 
 

The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power (cs.cmu.edu)

This famous article critical of Scientology has been the target of an organized book-burning campaign by Scientologists as detailed in the Scarff deposition. The piece was awarded the Gerald Loeb Award for distinguished business and financial journalism, the Worth Bingham Prize and the Conscience in Media Awards from the American Society of Journalists and Authors.

 
Mormon Think (mormonthink.com)

An objective look at Mormon facts, scriptures, history, controversies, and contradictions. Most of us are members of the LDS church, yet we are fully aware that some of the history taught in the church is radically different from the actual historical record. We value truth above all else whether or not it supports what we have always believed.

 

A fascinating conspiracy about Jesus transformed the cheesy thriller, The Da Vinci Code, into a phenomenal bestseller. Too bad it comes from Holy Blood, Holy Grail, a masterpiece of bogus history.

 

The Third Secret of Fatima (vatican.va)

After the assassination attempt on the feast day of Our Lady of Fatima (13 May 1981), it appeared evident that Divine intervention had altered the bullet's path. Consequently, Pope John Paul II developed an intense devotion to Mother Mary and on June 26, 2000, finally disclosed the long-suppressed third secret of Fatima. Read what three reigning Popes felt too horrifying to reveal.

 

The Star of Bethlehem (askelm.com)

Ernest L. Martin, Ph.D. correlates the exact birth date of the Messiah to September in 3 B.C., with the spectacular Venus/Jupiter conjunction a year later guiding the Persian astrologers to the town of Bethlehem. "Of all the theories currently clustering around the Christmas star, I believe Martin’s may be the most plausible."       ~Richard H. Schneider, Senior Staff Editor, Guideposts Magazine

 

Rudolf Steiner Archive (rsarchive.org)

The Rudolf Steiner Archive offers summaries of his books, a catalogue of holdings, many different listings of his lectures (over 6000). We have virtually all of his books in German and English (some in French, Spanish, Norwegian and Russian, too!), and hundreds of lectures, articles and essays for interested readers to contemplate.

 

The Rosicrucian Fellowship (rosicrucian.com)

The Rosicrucian Philosophy is entirely Christian, striving to make religion a living factor in the land and lead to Christ those who cannot find Him by faith alone. Our aim is to enable people to accept the Christian doctrines through the medium of esoteric knowledge.

 

The Books of Alice A. Bailey (lucistrust.org)

The books of Alice A. Bailey are now available with the permission of the Lucis Trust, which holds the copyright to the books. This on-line edition of the books is for your personal use and free of charge to provide an overview of the teachings covered in the 24 books written by Alice Bailey.

 

The Zohar (zohar.com)

In 1995, Michael Berg, co-director of The Kabbalah Centre translated the Zohar and its commentary for the first time into English, thus making it available to the vast international community of English speakers. This is the only complete online edition of all 23 Volumes, tentatively offered here with the caveat that the Kabbalah Centre is an "opportunistic offshoot of the faith, with charismatic leaders who try to attract the rich and the vulnerable with the promise of health, wealth, and happiness."       ~John Sweeney, BBC News

 

The Internet Archive (archive.org)

Open and free access to literature and other writings has long been considered essential to education and to the maintenance of an open society. Public and philanthropic enterprises have supported it through the ages. The Internet Archive is opening its collections to researchers, historians, and scholars.

 

Project Gutenberg (gutenberg.org)

Project Gutenberg is the first and largest single collection of free electronic books, or eBooks. Project Gutenberg offers over 42,000 free ebooks: choose among free epub books, free kindle books, download them or read them online. We carry high quality ebooks: All our ebooks were previously published by bona fide publishers. We digitized and diligently proofread them with the help of thousands of volunteers.

 

The Internet Sacred Text Archive (sacred-texts.com)

The largest freely available archive of online books about religion, mythology, folklore and the esoteric on the Internet. The site is dedicated to religious tolerance and scholarship, and has the largest readership of any similar site on the web. 

 

Cafe Astrology (cafeastrology.com)

Cafe Astrology is run by Annie Heese. Annie has been a student of Astrology since the age of twelve. Twenty-five years later, she is still actively researching, studying, and using Astrology. The place to go for daily astrological weather reports. "The sun will come out tomorrow..."

 

Access to Insight (accesstoinsight.org)

Access to Insight is an HTML website dedicated to providing accurate, reliable, and useful information concerning the practice and study of Theravada Buddhism, as it has been handed down to us through both the written word of the Pali canon and the living example of the Sangha. The Pali canon contains many thousands of suttas (discourses), of which more than one thousand are now available in English translation here at Access to Insight.

 

Beliefnet (beliefnet.com)

Beliefnet is the largest spiritual web site. We are independent and not affiliated with any spiritual organization or movement. Our only agenda is to help you meet your spiritual needs.

 

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (usccb.org)

Get current readings from the daily Mass sent to your email every morning. Just be aware that the common lectionary uses the "modernized" New American Bible as its source—dumbed down and redacted for the masses.

 

Early Christian Writings (earlychristianwritings.com)

Early Christian Writings is the most complete collection of documents from the first two centuries with translations and commentary. Includes the New Testament, Apocrypha, Gnostics, and Church Fathers. On the same page, you will also find Early Jewish Writings, the most complete collection of Jewish documents from antiquity with translations, introductions, and links.

 

Christian Classics Ethereal Library (ccel.org)

The Christian Classics Ethereal Library is a digital library of hundreds of classic Christian books selected for edification and education. CCEL makes important Christian literature available to millions of users a year across 120 countries. As of August 2006, we were serving around 200,000 page views a day from about 600,000 different users a month, and we send about 2000 GB of data per month, or the equivalent of about 2 million books.

 

Bible Hub (biblehub.com)

The Online Parallel Bible Project began in 2004 as Bible.cc, which provided a parallel, verse by verse view of 8 translations. Soon, many new tools were developed to support the parallel site. These began as separate sites, but our feedback led us to develop a single integrated platform. Thus, in 2007 several sites were integrated to form Biblos.com and later BibleHub.com. Our mission is to increase the visibility and accessibility of the Scriptures online by providing free access to Bible study tools in many languages.

 

New Advent (newadvent.org)

  • The Online 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight chose the 1913 15-volume set because the later editions are still under copyright protection. Not only is the 1913 version in the public domain, but it is also thought by many to be the superior version. This incredible reference work contains 11,600 articles on every Catholic topic imaginable. Revived on the Internet in the 1990s, it is still widely considered to be the best reference work in the English language.

    "Not a word can be said in disparagement of the literary character of the work nor of its high scholarship; in both these respects it will stand comparison with the best non-sectarian encyclopedias. Its articles exhibit great learning and great lucidity, and many of them must be rated as of very large importance."      ~New York Times, Saturday Review of Books, June 20, 1908

  • The Church Fathers.  The ancient Christians come alive in this classic 38-volume collection. 
  • The Summa Theologica.  St. Thomas Aquinas answers 4,000 questions about God and the universe. 
  • The Holy Bible in Douay-Rheims (English) and Vulgate (Latin) version. 
  • And much more... including papal encyclicals and other resources.
 
 

 
 
 



 
 
 
 

 
 

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