Divination

Divination The idea of divination has become somewhat maligned in present times, primarily from two opposing currents: a science that places faith entirely in its own material rationalism, and a theology which insists that only God is purely divine, and perhaps worries that seeking knowledge of the future, therefore, opens oneself up to potential evil. …

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Story and Fate

You can say the human heart is only make believe And I am only fighting fire with fire But you are still a victim Of the accidents you leave As sure as I'm a victim of desire Billy Joel In his book, Healing Fiction, James Hillman compares the ideas of Jung, Adler and Freud as …

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Soul Possession

It's easy to see how the capitalism of an economy structures the dynamics between people and sociopolitical relationships within a culture, particularly with an emphasis on people and resources in service of production and economic growth, rather than an economy in service of the people. When understood as one of the dynamics driving, not only …

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Zeus and Hera: Images of a Divine Syzygy

Zeus "He was a sky god, associated with wind, rain, thunder, and lightning, and was the master of spiritual phenomena, since it was the spirit realm that was signified by the sky and the manifestations of the weather. He was a carrier of justice and judgment, an embodiment of law and the punisher of transgression …

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Beyond Nature

Nature: Middle English (denoting the physical power of a person): from Old French, from Latin natura ‘birth, nature, quality,’ from nat- ‘born,’ from the verb nasci Might there not be something to the idea that "women will have rights as long as men see fit to allow for those rights, all the while calculating the …

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