iOS app Android app

Georgia Metaxa
Georgia Metaxa is an editor in a Greek website, the She has studied Mathematics at the University of Athens in Greece, English Literature and IT Technology in Sydney and Fine Arts at Meadowbank College TAFE, Australia. She has worked as an editor in newspapers and magazines and loves old books and photography. You can find her at

Entries by Georgia Metaxa

The Mystery of the Tomb of Alexander the Great

(67) Comments | Posted September 13, 2014 | 3:47 PM


The recent discovery of a unique burial monument in Amphipolis of Macedonia in Greece, has made everyone thinking that maybe this is the long lost tomb of Alexander the Great. The disclosure of the remains of the great conqueror and demigod to many,...

Read Post

The Celestial Self: Remembering Who You Are

(0) Comments | Posted July 16, 2014 | 1:59 PM


In the Orphic Hymns, we read these lines:

"I am a child of earth and starry heaven
But my race is of heaven alone."

When we come into existence we sign up for a life-long adventure. Not only we drink from the...

Read Post

The Long Journey to the Inner Self

(3) Comments | Posted June 23, 2014 | 4:07 PM

In one of the most beautiful myths of ancient times, Plato describes the journey of the soul from the spiritual to the material plane. As the soul descends from the heavens to earth, it pays a visit to each planet and receives a gift from them. When it reaches earth...

Read Post

Ride the Thunder: The Art of Transforming Your Life

(0) Comments | Posted April 7, 2014 | 11:51 AM

About one year ago, my partner had a serious health problem. He was diagnosed with pneumonia, and he had to stay in the hospital for an entire month. Facing financial problems (something which is inevitable these days) and fearing for your partner's life is not an easy situation and certainly...

Read Post