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A Riddle

Today, I have a riddle for you. There are two cars. Both cars are mechanically sound. Both cars are in need of fuel, so they are taken to a gas station. Both cars are filled with gas. When the first

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That which is Everything, can be Anything.

It came to me the other day, That Which is Everything, Can Be Anything.  Yet, there is a relatively narrow band of items that are used to represent the Universal Principle or Ground Of Divinity. Why does the serpent pop

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The Fabric of Life – Is the Left-Hand Path the Wrong Way?

  Earlier this month I was reminded of the medieval May Pole celebrations that occur on the 1st of May. The memories of my childhood celebrations of new summer dresses, flowers in our hair, and dancing the May pole in

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The Road Runs Both Ways

    Why does universal agreement on spiritual ideology seem impossible? What is causing so much disconnect between not just the different sects of the world but also between the different denominations within each sect? Why did the followers of Jesus feel

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The Optical Illusion

There is a mysterious realm that is the undercurrent of all life. It is the quantum world of the soul. It is a place where energies become archetypes and understandings can be explained only through metaphor. It is a place

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Chemistry of Inner Transformation

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Was Jesus a Feminist?

In a Time Inc. Special magazine entitled, Jesus, Susan Haskins, author of Mary Magdalen: Myth and Metaphor is quoted as saying: “I know that some people do not think so, but I think Jesus was a feminist.” In this case,

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Are Isis and the Virgin Mary really the same?

                    It is very common for those who look back into the ancient record to correlate the virgin birth of Horus by the Egyptian Goddess Isis with the virgin birth of

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Vestal Virgins – Keepers of the Pure Flame.

In ancient Rome, the keepers of the city’s flame were 6 women, known as the Vestal Virgins. They were of various ages, but every one of them was required to remain a virgin for the entire length of their 30-year

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Why the Greeks Killed Socrates

In the book The Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche, H. L. Menchen does a complete synopsis of Nietzsche’s philosophy and lifetime of work. It seems that Nietzsche worked through the paradox of the Greek civilization and their creation of and their

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