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[NB] Sex, Embodiment, Gender, Ecstatic Religion

Breathe. Breathe in through your nose, exhale. Breathe in through your mouth, exhale. Consider that with these two breaths you have fed your senses, bringing in the scents that surround you, bringing in the subtle tastes that move through the air. 4,197 more words

Rethinking Old Ideas

Art Capozzi: Pattern Recognition Time II

This is Art Capozzi’s presentation from the De-Mystifying The Occult Seminar on Saturday, October 4, 2014 in Manchester, CT.

Talks/Lectures

HOW TO GET CLEAR ANSWERS FROM YOUR DREAMS

Our dreams are always giving us key messages about our lives and showing what lies ahead for us. After recording and studying my dreams for the last 30 years, I’ve found they really do tell us the truth. 1,359 more words

Dreams

The Philosopher's Lexicon: De Dicto/De re Distinction

Welcome back to The Philosopher’s Lexicon. My primary goal in this series is to explore common philosophical vocabulary, hopefully transforming these words from useless jargon into meaningful terms. 1,766 more words

Series

Symbols

“A tulip doesn’t strive to impress anyone. It doesn’t struggle to be different than a rose. It doesn’t have to. It is different. And there’s room in the garden for every flower. 375 more words

Urban Fantasy Archetypes and Modern Symbology (A Series)

Character types, such as fairy godmothers, woodsmen, or princes all come with inherent meanings that the reader assumes just by seeing the words. For instance, in fairy tale fiction, “Mother” equals caring, “woodsmen” equals solid strength and dependability, and “prince” implies wealth, higher status, handsome, and commanding. 409 more words

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