Portal del Santo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... thereby penetrating our universe to the core so as to illumine the hidden darkness for all to see. Something that has remained “hidden” is being revealed to us. The veil is being lifted, and the integral role the human psyche plays in co-creating our world is being shown to us in bold relief through events unfolding in our world. We are simply asked to recognize what is being revealed.
When we disassociate from a part of ourselves, we of necessity project it outside ...
... as God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Ghost. And while fundamentalists vehemently affirm the literal truth of the virgin birth, and science as vehemently denies it, in this aspect of esoteric cosmology, the virgin may be regarded as equivalent to Nut, the ‘sky’, the (necessarily) virgin matrix of principial substance.
The Primordial Scission provokes a situtation that can be schematized by geometry. We can show that ...
... out to a goat's cheese farm/factory a kilometre from town on a dusty road past vineyards and fields of alfalfa. We took a one-hour tour of the small farm which was all in Spanish. What we didn't understand (ie most of it), we judiciously made up. Piecing the two interpretations together, we learned that the goats are white (this bit was visually obvious) and of a particular Swiss breed. Each goat either weighs between 80 and 90kg or costs between 80 and ...
... neighboring Purmamarca and Humahauca. The bus stopped in Purmamarca on the way to Tilcara and I got to take a picture of the mountain of seven colors (the main attraction), so I crossed that town off my list. Humahuaca is more of a historical stop so I opted to spend my time in Tilcara exclusively which was a great little village. It had a Mexican feel to it; the streets are either cobblestone or dirt road and the sidewalks are narrow so most people just walk in the ...
... by a refreshing swim and an Asado (Argentinan BBQ). They cook meat a lot slower than we do and on an open wood fire. This creates an incredible flavour and texture! Some of the group went zip lining after the Asado but I opted for a siesta under a tree instead. Being in one hostel for a week I have seen many people come and go but we have had some good nights out on Balcarce Street (the party area). I have met some locals and was fortunate enough to be invited to ...