Archive for April 2012

The View from Highdown Hill

Apr 28th, 2012 | By

 We are born with the dead: See, they return, and bring us with them, T.S. Eliot, Four Quartets  Let me take you on a journey… you’ll understand why when we get there. I live inWorthing,West Sussex, which is a large town on the south coast ofEngland. Our journey, an imaginary one of course, is to

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City of Gold

Apr 27th, 2012 | By

I’ve always had a Romantic view of Paganism. Wise Druids, bearded and robed, wandering lonely footpaths, sharing wisdom and insight with reckless young warriors and chaste maidens pretty much rings my bell. Lifetimes dedicated to the acquisition of knowledge bound to the Earth and the changing seasons; ceremony and ritual and the ancient oak. And

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Spiritual Wisdom from the Altai Mountains

Apr 26th, 2012 | By

  Spiritual Wisdom from the Altai Mountains Drawing on ancient symbols, oral and shamanic text, legend and prophecy, Nikolai Shodoev gives an introduction to Altai cosmology, the soul, individual and spiritual development, harmony between man and nature and the imminent evolutionary shift from the yellow to the white era.



Book Giveaway!!!

Apr 26th, 2012 | By

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What is religion for?

Apr 18th, 2012 | By

What is religion for? Is it something for drawing people closer to God, or for drawing God closer to people? Is it something designed to unite a tribe or nation or a way to discover the truth? Like religion itself the answer to that question has changed over the generations. Palaeolithic religion had a practical

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Is This Religion?

Apr 18th, 2012 | By

Yesterday evening I got this text from Jesus… “Heyy bro long time no c. R we still m8s. Church on Sunday wb gr8. C U there J” I know it’s from Jesus because there isn’t a log entry in the text history on my phone and no number to return the call to. So it

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Coffee and the Art of Salvation

Apr 18th, 2012 | By

…whilst the acquisition of knowledge can be painful, it’s the acquisition of wisdom that proves lethal Call me Pilgrim. It has a certain connotation. It presents an image of someone walking to somewhere in quiet unassuming certainty that the journey upon which they have embarked is more significant than the destination. Enigmatic and alone, at

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