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1 To avoid her death, Apollo turned her into a nymph and let her go. Castalia was a nymph whom Apollo loved.
2 Similarly, The Glass Bead Game, with its disciplined intellectual world of Castalia and the powers of meditation and humanity, captivated Germans' longing for a new order amid the chaos of a broken nation following the loss in the Second World War.
3 He tried to resurrect the ancient oracular spring of Castalia at the temple of Apollo at Daphne.
4 The IFIF was reconstituted as the Castalia Foundation after the intellectual colony in Herman Hesse's The Glass Bead Game).
5 The Castalia group's journal was the Psychedelic Review.
6 The Castalia Foundation also hosted non-drug weekend retreats for meditation, yoga, and group therapy.
7 On September 19, 1966, Leary reorganized the IFIF/Castalia Foundation under the nomenclature of the League for Spiritual Discovery, a religion with LSD as its holy sacrament, in part as an unsuccessful attempt to maintain legal status for the use of LSD and other psychedelics for the religion's adherents, based on a "freedom of religion" argument.
8 Leary's papers at the New York Public Library include complete records of the International Federation for Internal Freedom (IFIF), the Castalia Foundation, and the League for Spiritual Discovery.
9 Castalia (/kəˈsteɪliə/; Ancient Greek: Κασταλία), in Greek mythology, was a naiad-nymph, a daughter of Achelous who inhabited the Castalian spring in Delphi.
10 In older traditions, Castalian spring already existed by the time Apollo came to Delphi searching for Python.
11 According to some, the water was a gift to Castalia from the river Cephisus.
12 Latin poet Lactantius Placidus in his commentary on Statius' Thebaid tells that to escape the amorous advances of Apollo, Castalia transformed herself into a fountain at Delphi, at the base of Mount Parnassos, or at Mount Helicon.
13 Castalia could inspire the genius of poetry to those who drank her waters or listened to their quiet sound;
14 Apollo consecrated Castalia to the Muses (Castaliae Musae).
15 The 20th century German writer Hermann Hesse used Castalia as inspiration for the name of the futuristic fictional utopia in his 1943 magnum opus, The Glass Bead Game.
16 Castalia is home to an austere order of intellectuals with a twofold mission: to run boarding schools for boys, and to nurture and play the Glass Bead Game.
17 4769 Castalia (/kəˈsteɪliə/; prov.
18 It is named after Castalia, a nymph in Greek mythology.
19 On 25 August 1989 Castalia passed 0.0269378 AU (4,029,840 km; 2,504,020 mi) (within eleven lunar distances) of Earth, allowing it to be observed with radar from the Arecibo Observatory by Scott Hudson (Washington State University) and Steven J. Ostro (JPL).
20 During the 1989 passage Castalia peaked at an apparent magnitude of 12. Castalia has a peanut shape, suggesting two approximately 800-meter-diameter pieces held together by their weak mutual gravity.
21 Castalia is a potentially hazardous asteroid (PHA) because its minimum orbit intersection distance (MOID) is less than 0.05 AU and its diameter is greater than 150 meters.
22 These included Pirene, the nymph of a spring at Corinth, Castalia, the nymph of a spring at Delphi, and Dirce, the nymph of a spring (and the stream that flowed from it) at Thebes, which became associated with the Dirce who was Antiope's aunt.
23 Between them rises the Castalian Spring.
24 The Castalian Spring, in the ravine between the Phaedriades at Delphi, is where all visitors to Delphi —
25 The Castalian Spring fuelled poetic inspiration, albeit often confused with the Spring of Pieris.
26 The Castalian Band, a group of poets or makars associated with the Court of James VI of Scotland (including the king himself) drew their name from this source.
27 There is a town named Castalian Springs in Tennessee.
28 Almost ten years later when the post office was built, the community changed its name from Bledsoe's Lick to Castalian Springs.
29 In Castalia, Ohio, named after the famed site, the Blue Hole limestone configurations were tourist attractions for many years and are now fish hatcheries.
30 Castalian Springs was the name of a now-abandoned spa near Durant, Mississippi.