Mysteries may refer to:
- Sacred mysteries in ancient esoteric religions
- Mysteries (album), a 1975 jazz album
- Mysteries (novel), an 1892 psychological novel
- The Mysteries, a 1977 English play cycle
Other articles related to "mysteries":
... Initiates worshipped him in the Dionysian Mysteries, which were comparable to and linked with the Orphic Mysteries, and may have influenced Gnosticism ... Orpheus was said to have invented the Mysteries of Dionysus ...
... Unsolved Mysteries "Episode #3" (1988) Unsolved Mysteries "Episode #207" (1992). ...
... Aside from appearing in the Mysteries The Impulse Years 1975-1976 boxset, Shades was only issued on compact disc in Japan, packaged in a miniature replica of ... part of the Impulse! 2-on-1 series, packaged with Mysteries in a single disc format titled Mysteries / Shades ...
... Mysteries is the fourth album on the Impulse label by jazz pianist Keith Jarrett ... October 2011, Shades was reissued with Mysteries in a single disc format titled Mysteries / Shades, as part of the Impulse! 2-on-1 series ... album was included in the 1996 four disc Mysteries - Impulse Years 1975-76, a box-set which also featured Jarrett's two final albums for Impulse Byablue and Bop-Be ...
Famous quotes containing the word mysteries:
“In the Church, considered as a social organism, the mysteries inevitably degenerate into beliefs.”
—Simone Weil (19091943)
“Loves mysteries in souls do grow,
But yet the body is his book.
And if some lover, such as we,
Have heard this dialogue of one,
Let him still mark us, he shall see
Small change, when were to bodies gone.”
—John Donne (15721631)
“Ive been cursed for delving into the mysteries of life. Perhaps death is sacred, and Ive profaned it. Oh, what a wonderful vision it was. I dreamed of being the first to give to the world the secret that God is so jealous of, the formula for life. Think of the power, to create a man. And I did, I did it, I created a man. And who knows, in time I could have trained him to do my will. I could have bred a race, I might even have found the secret of eternal life.”
—William Hurlbut (1883?)