Spirituality




Are the secular-humanists winning the battle of God? Is Jesus no more than a marketing scheme? Are churches revenue centers and nothing more? Does American culture still need God or even want…



‘The goal of life, Hubbard theorized, is survival of the Self through ever-expanding spheres of influence and responsibility: initially as an individual, then beyond that single identity through procreation and family; through…



In Central Africa, it has become en vogue in certain communities for parents to accuse children of witchcraft


In Central Africa, it has become en vogue in certain communities for parents to accuse children of witchcraft




The Markov Bible uses the markov chain or a discrete-time random process to disrupt the Western canon’s most venerable religious artifact. It’s like a cut-up or palimpsest. What would other scriptures read…


Pauline de Dampierre explores a Gurdjieff Work perspective on using your career and life purpose to overcome self-automatism and gain more equilibrium. de Dampierre: ‘In anything we do, we must never forget…


That humanity is ‘food for the moon’ remains one of the most cryptic statements in the Gurdjieff Work. The first part of this essay explores the psychological symbolism of what Gurdjieff might…


‘I enjoy contemplating Daniel Pinchbeck‘s McKenna-like ideas about the nature of time and human consciousness. I don’t buy everything he’s saying, but still appreciate much of what he has to offer. ‘Here’s…


‘In the immediate aftermath of the attacks of September 11, 2001, President George W. Bush visited the Islamic Center in Washington, where he told his audience, “These acts of violence against innocents…


‘Dracula has had many incarnations, among them Jesus, a woman and a dog. Andrea Seabrook learns about Dracula and his many vampire brethren from Eric Nuzum, author of The Dead Travel Fast:…



A lovely blog which rips into self-proclaimed “Guru” culture. The articles on this blog sift through the disinformation of eastern Yogic philosophy and spiritualism, as well as it’s relationship to the west….