I feel like such a brat. I’ve spent a lot of time recently reading Asimov: I, Robot,Foundation, and a few shorts. My favorite is… 361 more words
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I had hoped to restart this blogue with something œcumenical and uncontroversial, but it hasn’t worked out that way. So here we go!
The fifteenth day of August each year commemorates the Assumption, which is to say, the moment when “the Immaculate Mother of God, the ever-Virgin Mary, having completed the course of her earthly life, was assumed body and soul into heavenly glory” ( 984 more words
In early 2016 two artists were contacted and brought together by an ancient entity called Nabimarasia. She first appeared in the form of a deer, and after that as a raven, and has since then taken many different forms, always leading the two lovers and spiritual companions forward on their shared walk towards beauty and the sacred. 269 more words
Sacred art research is an essential, defining part of our work. Basically this means traveling a lot, visiting ancient and contemporary holy places, remains and grounds – regardless of established standards concerning their historical significance and/or faiths, world-views or creeds associated with them. 139 more words