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More A.A. Fun Facts: A.A.'s pagan symbol

Where did the A.A. symbol come from? Why did A.A. co-founder Bill Wilson choose the triangle within the circle?

In Alcoholics Anonymous Comes Of Age, he writes, “That we have chosen this symbol is perhaps no mere accident. 48 more words

WOS - Bill Wilson's 5x5 Drill

Most shooters will recognize the name Bill Wilson right off the bat. They associate his name immediately with custom-built 1911 pistols, and as the founder of Wilson Combat. 48 more words


A.A. co-founder demonstrates Swedenborgian influence?

“In January of 1918 Bill and Lois were married in the Swedenborgian church in Brooklyn, New York.”[1]

“Bill learned that were all Swedenborgians, and the mystic aspect of the faith so fascinated them they vowed to explore it more deeply one day.”[2] 588 more words

A Life-Affirming Community

In and through community lies the salvation of the world. Nothing is more important. Yet it is virtually impossible to describe community meaningfully to someone who has never experienced it-and most of us have never had an experience of true community. 536 more words


Lois Wilson's grandpa's Swedenborgian book

One of the most significant of the unholy influences that shaped A.A. co-founder Bill Wilson’s spirituality was the Swedenborgian religion.

Swedenborgians do not believe that Salvation is exclusively through Jesus Christ. 356 more words

SONG OF THE DAY "Bad Dancer" by Sons of Bill

Sons of Bill is a five-piece rock and Americana band from Charlottesville, Virginia. founded by brothers Sam, Abe, and James Wilson, along with bassist Seth Green and drummer Todd Wellons. 33 more words

Song Of The Day