By Wendell P. Maclntyre
Abstract: Francis Bacon’s monumental work, Novum Organum, is an attempt to establish a new status for mankind. Using some of the most prominent myths—particularly those dealing with the gods Pan, Dionysius, Perseus, and Prometheus—Bacon hoped to inaugúrate a new era of success and happiness for his fellow man. In Book I . . . → Read More: Bacon’s Use of Ancient Myths in Novum Organum
“Cities are not natural. Cities are not magical. Cities are not sacred.” So we often hear, but I don’t believe it for a minute.
By Christopher Penczak
[Snip] The archetype of the city is the home of the gods. When we have created real cities, we have been laboring in the shadow of the divine . . . → Read More: Finding the City of Light
By Frater Barrabbas Tiresius
Recently, I ordered a copy of what had once been a rare British film that had been produced and released in 1969. That film was a documentary with the curious title of “Legend of the Witches,” which was produced by an obscure British film company (Border Films Ltd.) and written and . . . → Read More: Alex Sanders – A Pagan Magus