Tag Archives: Mythology

Ed Felien :
The night of the dead, the day of the living

The ancients marked this time to remember the dead and to celebrate life. By Ed Felien | The Rag Blog | November 6, 2015 Saturday, November 5, marked the halfway point between the Autumnal Equinox and the Winter Solstice. The … finish reading Ed Felien :
The night of the dead, the day of the living

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Kate Braun : (New) Moon Musings

New moon and solar eclipse. Photo by maharani_r / photobucket.Moon Musings:New Moon and Solar Eclipse(Sunday, July 11, 2010) By Kate Braun / The Rag Blog / July 5, 2010 [I have been researching, gathering data, putting the data in some … finish reading Kate Braun : (New) Moon Musings

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Kate Braun : Summer Solstice Seasonal Message

Summer Solstice celebration at Stonehenge, 2005. Photo by Andrew Dunn / Time Machine by Heather Pringle.Summer Solstice:Mother Earth’s balancing act By Kate Braun / The Rag Blog / June 21, 2010 “Summer breeze makes me feel fine,blowin’ thru the jasmine … finish reading Kate Braun : Summer Solstice Seasonal Message

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Kate Braun : Beltane Seasonal Message

Beltane. Image by Janna / deviantArt / Kuoma-stock.Fire and fertility:The Goddess is receptive to Lord Sun By Kate Braun / The Rag Blog / April 23, 2010 “O doo not tell the priest our plight,For he would call it sin,For … finish reading Kate Braun : Beltane Seasonal Message

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Kate Braun : Vernal Equinox Seasonal Message

The egg and the emergence of Lord Sun: Egg tulip image from uphilldowndale.Vernal Equinox:Honor Eoster, the goddess of Spring By Kate Braun / The Rag Blog / March 11, 2010 Every day’s another dawning/Give the morning winds a chance/Always catch … finish reading Kate Braun : Vernal Equinox Seasonal Message

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Ray Reece : A Luddite’s Prayer to Gaia

“Space Junk” by Todd M. Bacastow / academics.uww.edu.Stop the (lunar) madness:A Luddite’s prayer to GaiaBy Ray Reece / The Rag Blog / February 16, 2010 In the New York Times Online of 11 February, columnist Ross Douthat writes disapprovingly in … finish reading Ray Reece : A Luddite’s Prayer to Gaia

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Kate Braun : Candlemas Seasonal Message

Candlemas. Image from Judeness’s Weblog.Candlemas:We focus on Mother Earth By Kate Braun / The Rag Blog / January 31, 2010 “Keep on the Sunny Side, always on the Sunny Side, Keep on the Sunny Side of Life…” Tuesday, February 2, … finish reading Kate Braun : Candlemas Seasonal Message

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Avatar : Contradictions of Cameron’s Animation Masterpiece

The contradictions of capital-intensive history:James Cameron’s animation masterpiece The stunning experience of nature, culture, and politics does achieve an important spiritual reversal of the Cowboys and Indians plot. By Greg Moses / The Rag Blog / December 28, 2009 “I’ll … finish reading Avatar : Contradictions of Cameron’s Animation Masterpiece

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Kate Braun : Yule Seasonal Message

Yule: Lord Sun emerges “What you envision will bloom in the pale moonlight…” By Kate Braun / The Rag Blog / December 15, 2009 Monday, December 21, 2009, is Yule, the shortest day and longest night of the year, when … finish reading Kate Braun : Yule Seasonal Message

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Greg Moses : Thanksgiving and the Popol Vuh

Popol Vuh Series, Number 5, 1943, lithograph, Carlos Merida, from Art Museum of the Americas.A Thanksgiving day well made:We remember the Popol Vuh By Greg Moses / The Rag Blog / November 26, 2009 Crawling down below Meauan Mountain, where … finish reading Greg Moses : Thanksgiving and the Popol Vuh

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Claude Lévi-Strauss : ‘La Pensée Sauvage’

Anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss: dead at 100.Anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss:Making sense of la pensée sauvage By Carl R. Hultberg / The Rag Blog / November 4, 2009 In French sauvage means wild, not necessarily savage. In our language savage means aggressive, a … finish reading Claude Lévi-Strauss : ‘La Pensée Sauvage’

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Dick Cheney and The Curse of the Pomegranate Seeds

Image by Larry Ray / The Rag Blog. No one is happier than Hades, chortling down in his dark homey hell while topside the earthly GOP, Guardians of Pomegranates, urged on by Hades’ emissary, Dark Dick, pass out the fruit’s … finish reading Dick Cheney and The Curse of the Pomegranate Seeds

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