"Symposium" comes from the Greek word symposion, which comes from sympinein which means "to drink together." In ancient Greece the word conveyed the idea of a convivial party (as after a banquet) with music and conversation...the conversation being the focal point with a free interchange of ideas. The famous Greek Plato wrote a book called the Symposium which records several banquet eulogies and presents the conversations that the phenomenological world can be viewed, as objects of mystical contemplation and as stimuli of mystical emotion. Such discourses and commentaries have led to the modern usage of the term Symposium to be a formal gathering of experts that elucidate on various specialized topics. Once again Elysium Gates in this area is blending the old with the new, by gathering member sites that reflect spiritual, metaphysical and religious beliefs and contemplations. Also here you will find sites that reflect philosophy, psychology and the mystical side of all cultures and activities. Symposium Member Sites: Peaceseeds School of Spiritual Integrity Shekinah! St Andre’w Episcopal Church At the Symposium, Elysium Gates Web Hosting specializes in helping develop the web presence that individuals desire. Whether your site is about beliefs or skeptism, we are here to help you create the cyber home of your dreams and network with those with similar interests. We will help you promote your site and teach you the ropes of building it and web design if needed. If you are interested, be sure to take the Elysium Gates Tour and then contact us with your questions. Other pages of interest in Symposium: Volunteering to help in Symposium Graphics for Symposium Members When a new resident is accepted for membership, they will receive their space in one of several areas. These areas are divided by site content and may be specifically requested by the prospective member but are usually assigned by the Elysium Gates Staff based on subject matter.
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"Symposium" comes from the Greek word symposion, which comes from sympinein which means "to drink together." In ancient Greece the word conveyed the idea of a convivial party (as after a banquet) with music and conversation...the conversation being the focal point with a free interchange of ideas. The famous Greek Plato wrote a book called the Symposium which records several banquet eulogies and presents the conversations that the phenomenological world can be viewed, as objects of mystical contemplation and as stimuli of mystical emotion. Such discourses and commentaries have led to the modern usage of the term Symposium to be a formal gathering of experts that elucidate on various specialized topics. Once again Elysium Gates in this area is blending the old with the new, by gathering member sites that reflect spiritual, metaphysical and religious beliefs and contemplations. Also here you will find sites that reflect philosophy, psychology and the mystical side of all cultures and activities. Symposium Member Sites: Peaceseeds School of Spiritual Integrity Shekinah! St Andre’w Episcopal Church At the Symposium, Elysium Gates Web Hosting specializes in helping develop the web presence that individuals desire. Whether your site is about beliefs or skeptism, we are here to help you create the cyber home of your dreams and network with those with similar interests. We will help you promote your site and teach you the ropes of building it and web design if needed. If you are interested, be sure to take the Elysium Gates Tour and then contact us with your questions. Other pages of interest in Symposium: Volunteering to help in Symposium Graphics for Symposium Members When a new resident is accepted for membership, they will receive their space in one of several areas. These areas are divided by site content and may be specifically requested by the prospective member but are usually assigned by the Elysium Gates Staff based on subject matter.
We weave caring and purpose into the net.
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