In the late 5th c. AD, a group of students from the Roman School of Law in Beirut adopted the practice of black magic. Late at night in the streets of Beirut, they set on enacting a gruesome act. … More Ancient Magic – Part 1: Students Run Amok!
Poseidon is one of the well-known Greek gods. Although he was designated god of the sea, he also maintained a connection with the earth: he was the earth-shaker, god of the earthquake. … More Poseidon: Earth-Shaker, Master of the Sea
St. George is rightly known as the ubiquitous saint. His legend extends across different countries and cities, and he is venerated by different Christian denominations as well as some Muslims of the Middle East (he is known as Al-Khodr in the Islamic tradition). St. George is one of the most celebrated saints in Lebanon and … More St. George – Patron Saint of Beirut