By David Salisbury
[Snip] Many mystics teach of the androgynous nature of God/dess and what that means for gender in humans. A book could be written (and many have!) on the gender of God, but I want to spit some words here about how the lines can become blurred.
Consider Athena. Her statues once stood . . . → Read More: Androgynous Goddess
Reviewed by Julia Heath
Sydney Possuelo is on a mission to find the last uncontacted tribes in the Amazon. A passionate and radical explorer and ethnographer, Possuelo has devoted his life to the preservation of indigenous and uncontacted Amazonian tribes, in addition to creating a team of likeminded activists called the Sertanistas. Possuelo is also . . . → Read More: The Unconquered, by Scott Wallace
By Frater Barrabbas Tiresius
[Snip] In the Winter of 1990, while I was on temporary assignment in Dallas and away from my home in Atlanta, something really amazing happened to me. I had in my possession a few of my treasured occult books, some blank pads of note paper, my favorite pens and a lot . . . → Read More: Secret History of the Nephilim – Part 1