The Mantle of Eumaios (Reblog)

Why is it, we might ask, that the “Odyssey” ultimately feels so consonant with the Old Testament in its depiction of the punishments of sensuality …

The Mantle of Eumaios

The Grave of Arthur? — Pendragonry (Reblog)

Rex Artorius inscription. Image: Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett Article first published in Pendragon, the Journal of the Pendragon Society XVI No 3 (1983), and here slightly revised and expanded Several Pendragon Society members over the past year [1982-3] brought to our attention news of two South Wales historians who have claimed to have discovered […]

The Grave of Arthur? — Pendragonry

*The stories of Arthur (and many other such histories) were considered fact until relatively recent times.

The Inexplicable Giant Mystery Stones Near Guadalajara Mexico — Hyacinth Research (Reblog)

Brien Foerster The post The Inexplicable Giant Mystery Stones Near Guadalajara Mexico appeared first on Hyacinth Research.

The Inexplicable Giant Mystery Stones Near Guadalajara Mexico — Hyacinth Research

*Fascinating material which should be taken more seriously in my view. Find a book along these lines here.

The Traditional Model of the Cosmos, Part II: Plato, Aristotle, and Perfect Form — The Wisdom of Our Grandmothers (Reblog)

Part Two of the series about the Traditional Model of the Cosmos is now ready. This one gives a brief description of the differences between Plato and Aristotle on the subject of Perfect Form. For further reading, see: Robert Hand, On Matter and Form in Astrology Traditional Science, Quantum Physics, and Simulated Worlds

The Traditional Model of the Cosmos, Part II: Plato, Aristotle, and Perfect Form — The Wisdom of Our Grandmothers