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Distant Music

“He asked himself what is a woman standing on the stairs in the shadow, listening to distant music, a symbol of. If he were a painter he would paint her in that attitude. Her blue felt hat would show off … Continue reading

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The Return of the Feminine and the World Soul

Part of the difficulty of understanding and describing the feminine is her very elusive nature, the veil that surround her, as well as our patriarchal repression and denial of her wisdom and power. Also the ancient feminine mysteries, her initiations … Continue reading

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Self-deception and Self-knowledge

Self-deception is a defining part of our human nature. By recognizing its various forms in ourselves and reflecting upon them, we may be able to disarm them and even, in some cases, to employ and enjoy them. This self-knowledge opens … Continue reading

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The Secret Speech of the Soul

Blendon Reed Campbell, Dancing Nymphs   The language of myth is still, as ever, the secret speech of the inarticulate human soul; and if one has learned to listen to this speech with the heart, then it is not surprising … Continue reading

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The Source of Unity and Harmony

To the magus, there exists no accidental happening…everything is established solidly by that law which the wise man discerns in happenings that appear accidental to the profane. The curve observed in the flight of birds, the barking of a dog, … Continue reading

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Always In Search of Truth

Truth did not come into the world naked, but it came in types and images. The world will not receive truth in any other way. The Gospel of Philip, The Nag Hammadi Library

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