#27: Sacred Art & Music
"Sound and color can be used to 'play' the human body like a
musical instrument and put it in a healthier state of being."
- Jeff Chitouras, from Esoteric Sound & Color
The Royal Road of Tarot
A column by Stephan A. Hoeller
No Thanks for the Memories
A column by Ted Schultz
Introduction: It May Be Sacred, but Is It Art?
by Richard Smoley
What do Gurdjieff's "objective art," chaos theory, and Prince Charles have in common?
Orpheus and the Mysteries of Harmony
by David Fideler
The ancient Greek ideal of harmony and proportion may point a direction for our civilization today.
Maps of the Eternal
by Daniel Gautier
Just what was it that made those Gothic cathedrals so beautiful?
Esoteric Sound & Color
by Jeff Chitouras
How sound and color can promote greater health and well-being.
by Thomas Poplawski
A glimpse of Rudolf Steiner's system of sacred movement.
The GNOSIS Interview with Hamza El Din
by Jay Kinney and Jeff Chitouras
The celebrated Nubian musician discusses his life and personal approach to music.
Windows into Heaven
by Stephen Muratore
What higher realities are written in Orthodox icons?
The Immediatist Manifesto
by Hakim Bey
How to cast the moneychangers out of the artistic temple.
The Magical Mark: The Art of Tattoo
by Michelle Delio
Did the first of all sacred arts use the human body as a canvas?