Author: <span class="vcard">Jennifer Alia Wittman</span>

Henry Corbin

Henry Corbin (1903-1978) was a scholar, philosopher and theologian. He was a champion of the transformative power of the Imagination and of the transcendent reality of the individual in a world threatened by totalitarianisms of all kinds. One of the 20th century’s most prolific scholars of Islamic mysticism, Corbin was Professor of Islam & Islamic…

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Patrick Levy

Patrick Levy is the author of Sadhus: Going Beyond the Dreadlocks. http://site.patricklevy.free.fr/ Levy

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Untold: A History of the Wives of Prophet Muhammad: Demystifying Islam’s First Women

Dr. Susan Corso The Prophet Muhammad didn’t start out as a prophet; neither was Jesus the Christ from day one. These divinely inspired men became what they were meant to be. And right alongside both, there were women. Untold: A History of the Wives of Prophet Muhammad is a mystical demystification of the women who…

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The Great Bay: Chronicles of the Collapse

Gyrus I can’t say where The Great Bay: Chronicles of the Collapse, an ambitious new novel by poet and psychoactive plant pioneer Dale Pendell, fits into the apocalyptic literary landscape, but it certainly demands the attention of anyone concerned with how we imagine the future, and how these visions affect the present. I’ve not read, or even…

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Donald A. Sharif Graham

Sharif Graham is a scholar and former professor of Literature and Comparative Religion at University of Arizona and Pima College. For the past twelve years he has authenticated and edited the lectures of Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan, and regularly given seminars on Inayat Khan’s teachings. Sharif lives in Suresnes, France. Graham

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Jennifer Ferraro

Jennifer Ferraro, MFA, is a poet, artist, and translator of Quarreling with God: Mystic Rebel Poems of the Dervishes of Turkey and a collection of her own illustrated poems, Divine Nostalgia. She has led workshops and has presented poetry performances combining poetry, dance and music in innovative ways. For four years she toured with a…

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Chief Arvol Looking Horse

Arvol Looking Horse was born on the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota in 1954. Raised by his grandparents, Lucy and Thomas Looking Horse, Arvol learned the culture and spiritual ways of the Lakota. He speaks both Lakota and English. At 12 he was given the enormous responsibility of becoming the 19th generation Keeper of…

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H. Talat Halman, Ph.D.

H. Talat Halman is Assistant Professor of Religion at Central Michigan University where he teaches courses in Islamic Studies and World Religions. His book on the Green Man, al-Khidr, is to be published by Fons Vitae as Where Two Seas Meet: The Story of al-Khidr and Spiritual Guidance. Talat holds initiations in the Ruhaniat, the…

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The Promise of Judaism: Raw Transcript

On Monday, October 12, 2009, Rabbi Rami Shapiro, Maggid Yitzhak Buxbaum, Rabbi Yaakov Kellman, Rabbi David Ingber, Pir Zia Inayat-Khan and Deborah Rabia Povich met at the Abode of the Message in New Lebanon, New York for a full day of private dialogue on Judaism’s contribution to the world today, with a public dialogue offered…

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The Promise of Judaism: Yaakov Kellman

Yaakov KellmanIn this clip from the Judaism Dialogue held October 12th, Rabbi Yaakov Kellman talks about his personal relationship and approach to the struggles of our time. The Promise of Judaism: Rabbi Yaakov Kellman from Seven Pillars on Vimeo.

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