The topics include the idea of the temple in Mormon history; Theosophical concepts in literature, visual media, and popular culture; the Anthroposophical movement and the Waldorf educational system; Gurdjieff's sacred dances and movements; bardic chairs and the emergent performance practices of paganism; reggae as cultural expressions of Rastafarian theology; the intricate relation between the metal band Therion and the magic order Dragon Rouge; localization and universal form in the Baha'i house of worship; and visualizing lost temple and mapping a straightening world in Solomon Islands as two cultural products of the Deep Sea Canoe movement.
What does LT stand for?
LT stands for Lost Temple (gaming)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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- Long Trail
- Long Transverse (raw metal piece width)
- Long-Range Transmitter
- Look Through (Intelligent Jammers)
- Looney Tunes
- Lorentz Transformation
- Lorien Trust
- Los Alamos Technical Associates
Samples in periodicals archive:
Meanwhile, the spectacular summer show, Crusade to the Lost Temple, will be an explosive extravaganza featuring speciality acts from around the world.
Each of the original films gets six missions culled from the series' most spectacular sequences and memorable set-pieces, and Barnett College serves as your base of operations once you've escaped the spear-throwing natives of the Lost Temple.
It's great fun and delivers pretty much everything you'd expect, from lost temples, to insects, plenty of action and adventure.
The idea originally came from a Donald Duck comic book from the 1950s, where Donald and his nephews are exploring a lost temple and have to dodge a succession of booby traps, including a huge boulder.