At last, the true purpose of John Dee’s invention of the ‘British Empire’, previously hidden, can now be revealed.… Read More
The word “Tao” means way, or path. In Chinese thought, Tao includes both meanings. On the cosmic level, the Tao means the war of Nature, the subtle laws and forces animating the patterns of change in the universe.… Read More
Crisscrossing the highland plains in western Bolivia is a network of thousands of near perfectly straight lines etched into the ground.… Read More
One of dominant paradigms of modern society is fragmentation. In the world of popular culture this translates into dazzling distractions and endless ephemera, while in the world of academia it engenders over-specialisation and an unspoken refusal to even attempt to understand the “bigger picture,” especially from a metaphysical perspective.… Read More
Love, which is the deification of persons, must become more impersonal every day….a love which knows not sex, nor person, nor partiality….There are moments when the affections rule and absorb the man and make his happiness dependent on a person or persons.
Over several years of studying indigenous European belief (paganism, mythology), and then studying the folk tradition (folklore, folk customs, holiday traditions, witch trial records), I began to realize that the idea that paganism died out after conversion to Christianity was simply preposterous.
Vintage Snapshots Showcase the Thriving Streets of Paris in the 1960s
By Jude Duffy
June 11, 2017 Anno Domini
Ireland has a worse immigration problem than Germany, Sweden, the UK or France.… Read More
A massive, wooden, eyeglass-shaped monument in Avebury, England, that was set alight in ancient ceremonies may be 800 years older than it was thought to be, new research suggests.