Stories for our white children

It is now more important than ever to support the (few) life-giving children’s movies coming out of the Hollywood dream factory. It is no longer – nor was it probably ever – OK, to sit our kids in front of Netflix and Disney and just hope for the best. There is no such thing in…

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Facing the Shadow

It was so good to hear Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, yesterday, calling out Wokeism for what it actually is – anti-white racism. She has a strong presence and a large platform and so lots of people will hear her speech about why she’s leaving the Democrat Party. Hopefully, she will help people to realise that those…

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The uniquely innate co-creatrix powers of the woman

I’ll probably get drummed out of the women’s movement for this article, but here it is anyway. The magical, co-creatrix powers of the woman are at their greatest when she’s in the home. There, I said it. Actually, the truth is, I never was in the women’s movement. I just hovered around the edges of…

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The search for enlightenment

I’d be interested to know how many trillions are spent each year on the search for enlightenment. And out of all those good folk forking out for it with various gurus, swamis, pilgrimages and courses, how many know what it is they are actually seeking when they say they want enlightenment, or whether they would…

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The sex alchemy symbolised by the dove and the serpent

Tomorrow marks the beginning of a highly potent moon rites festival for womb shamans that goes back for thousands of years. In Italy, it is called Nemoralia after the sacred Lake Nemi in whose holy waters the high priestesses of Diana would bathe in the moonlight, and the Vestal Virgins would carry their holy flames…

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Twin souls and dream lovers

When I began writing about the archaeological evidence for shamanic sex rites on my forum, Ishtar’s Gate, in the early 2000s, I was one of the first to air the subject. But by the time I’d compiled those posts into The Sacred Sex Rites of Ishtar, the notion of sacred love-making was starting to go…

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“The greatest stitch-up since the Bayeux Tapestry”

For once I think Boris Johnson may be on the right track. He said yesterday that his removal was the greatest stitch-up since the Bayeux Tapestry. I wonder if that was just a flippant remark, or whether he’s aware that the power structure in this country was originally stitched up in the frames of the…

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Removing a family curse

I remember early in my shamanic training feeling horrified when our teacher told us that we’d gain great wisdom from working with our ancestors. “What that bunch of drunks?” I thought to myself, “I’ve never seen them sober, especially that lot from Liverpool. You’re saying that I should go to them for spiritual advice?” The…

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The Redemption of the Father

The avenging of the father in the outer world is the complete obverse to what really needs to be achieved by the shamanic Mysteries initiate, which is the redemption of the father in the inner worlds. It is the avenging of the father that leads to war on Earth; it is the redemption of the…

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The esoteric meaning of the maypole

The maypole is often called a fertility symbol, and that’s why it’s a popular custom to dance around it at Beltane, the festival most associated with sex and fertility. But we may not know what the maypole’s dance with the red-and-white ribbons actually symbolises. It is a depiction in dance about how the alchemical marriage…

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