Kiss of the Night by Sherrilyn Kenyon

Overall rating: 3/5

Another book in the Dark Hunter series by Sherrilyn Kenyon tells the story of the accident Dark Hunter, Wulf Tryggvasen, and Apollo’s heir, Cassandra Peters. 273 more words

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The Pull of the Daimon

Do you ever feel driven by a force that you sense is outside of your conscious will? Perhaps this energy is directed in a productive way toward a creative passion or vocation, or perhaps has darker or destructive manifestations that veer into the realm of obsession or addiction? 824 more words

James Hillman

The Megas Aeon Podcast #3 featuring Miguel Conner - Abraxas, Westworld and the Voice of Gnosis

In this episode, I interview the one and only Miguel Conner, the host of Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio. We discuss many different topics including Miguel’s spiritual experiences in the Santo Daime cult and with the Gnostic deity, Abraxas while comparing them to my own encounters with the spirit world, including the likes of Jesus Christ, Baphomet, demons, and other spirit visitors. 43 more words


Christopher Columbus

The inner journey is unmarked. It is a journey into the unknown. You have no advisors, no one to call upon, borrow from or pray to. 49 more words

From The Counsellor


Our primary work is spiritual development. The first hurdle to overcome  is that there is no such thing as spirit. It’s not a muscle group; it’s a no-thing. 78 more words

From The Counsellor

Free Study of the Life and Writing of Kierkegaard - Focus on Socrates

Søren Kierkegaard is sometimes considered to be a philosopher and sometimes considered to be nothing more than a writer. Today, he may have been a blogger. 863 more words

How Genius Happens: The untold story of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah"

As Jeff Buckley quietly drowned in a Memphis tributary in 1997, he could not have known that this tragic accident would lead to immortality. If not for him, then for the mostly unknown song that he had covered: Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.” 1,019 more words