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‘Do not go where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail’

Ralph Waldo Emerson

[NB] Jungian psychology and alchemical transhumanism?

James Hillman is one of those authors I go to like a tonic. The way in which he conceptualizes the mythological and its relationship to the psychical opens up my thinking. 729 more words


A New Look!

Dear WordPressers, Facebook Friends, and Others,

“The Story of the Four” has a new look. Streamlined for ease of use and a smoother aesthetic appeal, I have reconfigured my blog. 116 more words

Prometheus, Orpheus, and the Energy Crisis

So I just picked up one heck of a fascinating book.

Titled Cosmology, Ecology, and the Energy of God and edited by professors Donna Bowman and Clayton Crockett  of the University of Central Arkansas, it is a collection of essays that situate theology within the context of 21st century science, particularly in relation to what science defines as “energy.” In it one reads about the elusive and enigmatic dark energy and dark matter, about light, and how scientifically informed theologies offer valuable alternatives in regards to our modern energy crises. 1,209 more words


Does the culture you live in shape how people go crazy?

Does the culture you live in shape how poeple go crazy?

By Susannah Cahalan

August 31, 2014 | 1:00am

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Madness is universal.

Globally, rates of schizophrenia, for example, have remained constant over the past 50 years, affecting on average one out of every 285 people. 1,295 more words

Joseph Campbell