“We realise that people have been victimised by superstition so building mass awareness is critical” Yeah, your morel moral superiority is more important than native religions. Piker.
I just read one of the longest blog posts of my life, over at Gangleri’s Grove: Devotion or “Psychotic Superstition” I respect Galina, but don’t always agree (or even understand) her mindset. To me, she’s something of a hardline Heathen, a steadfast polytheist who has strong (VERY strong!) opinions about the current state of theContinue reading Trying to shake my own box.
I need to absorb this a bit more deeply before I can make a cogent comment, but this is something I will need to get back to.
We talk about how universal entities vibrate at different frequencies. Well, the folks over at NASA have recorded electromagnetic vibrations from various bodies in our Solar System, transcoded the recordings into the range of human hearing, and shared some of the results with us. I’m particularly fond of Saturn, myself, but give a listen toContinue reading Sounds of the Planets
Kristen is so awesome. She finds the most interesting things for me to read then sends them to me. Case in point: Today she sent me a link to “These aren’t the gods you’re looking for” by John Halsted, who writes The Allergic Pagan over on Patheos. This is a slightly older post, having beenContinue reading Shaking other peoples' boxes
I just posted about my (yet to be delivered) Karma Go over on my regular blog, Changes of Man. Ummmm… What is a Karma Go, you ask? It’s a mobile WiFi hot spot that anyone can connect to. Anybody that connects and makes a new Karma account gets 100 MB of free data to use…Continue reading A little Karma is a good thing.
I’ve noticed that, even though I’ve said I’m theoretically writing about Buddhism and Paganism, I haven’t posted much about the former. I think that’s because, for now, I’m not confused about my Buddhist side, while I’m trying to figure out the Pagan aspect of my spirituality. In other words, I’m fairly certain about my Buddhism,Continue reading I'm all about that base… Err, book
Recently, I bought a really nice little set of (lava stone!) prayer beads from Hearthfire Handworks over on Etsy. They were marketed as for Hades, but I wanted them for Hecate, instead. Also, just days before I saw them (thanks to Kristen’s want for the Poseidon prayer beads), I had the strangest thought race throughContinue reading A Prayer to Hecate
TL;DR American society has lot touch with the Divine as a whole, not just the Pagan community. But I think it is making a come-back. The other day, Galina Krasskova made a post entitled “a few thoughts” on her blog, where she commented on the difference between the level of devotion and piety between whereContinue reading Thoughts on thoughts
“And I’ve never stopped looking for those amazing places where mythology and science converge. They are not so rare as you might believe.” One thing that I’ve realized lately is that, at least for me, too much science kills the mystery of life. I’ve decided that I need to bring that back for myself, evenContinue reading Pluto Rising