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Sanctum Sanctorum

September 9, 2014
Night of the Harvest Moon

I remembered you as I recited The Apostle’s Creed, past midnight. The moon reigned supreme in a clear sky, not dotting the horizon so much as drawing all attention towards it, like a burlesque star lifting up her skirt, daring us earthlings to confront the frightening directness of its celestial gaze. 886 more words


All saints say the same thing, a quick reminder on Love.

The following words are not entirely my own; they are a write up of the advice given to me recently by two fellow energetic patterns, one Roman Catholic and the other Eastern Orthodox, for each of whom I am grateful. 735 more words

Beautiful Scars

Did you ever stop to wonder why Christ still had scars on his hands, feet, and side after he rose from the dead? God certainly could have healed him completely, leaving no sign of injury behind. 171 more words


Acknowledgments and the Essay Form

Having striven through a liberal art’s curricula, I do not have much to say of the current state of the American essay as I know it. 448 more words

Prose Fo'yur Dickens

A Peek into Santeria

My life as an artist started when I was a kid reading and illustrating the stories I liked best: fairy tales and myths from around the world, and supernatural fiction. 1,096 more words

The Math of the Great Flood (Doesn't Add Up)

I was surprised to find very few places where the math of Noah’s flood was discussed, so I made this video to illustrate the scale of what the bible describes.

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