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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Free Life – how to find it and how to live it

I found myself watching the movie Free Guy the other night. I didn’t mean to. It didn’t look to be my kind of thing at all. But I clicked on it for some reason and, within minutes, it had hit with me so many shamanic and mythic metaphors about the true nature of life itself…

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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 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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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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Why we study the Mysteries

“Sir Francis Bacon was apparently a [Knight’s] Templar using a Template to create an axis and Templum that defined the Temporal fabric.” I’m indebted to the author Cort Lindahl for the above pearl of wisdom in his book The Geographic Mysteries of Sir Francis Bacon, which I highly recommend. In a nutshell, he describes why…

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Backstage at the Theatre of Dreams

I was saying to a friend the other day about how living in Glastonbury is just like living backstage in the Theatre of Dreams. I’ve been here for 11 years now … more than long enough to notice that most visitors are secretly hoping to catch the will-o-wisp, the ignis fatuus or Fool’s Fire that…

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Who the Devil is the Devil…Really?

In this new video, we’re getting down and dirty with the Devil, to find out who the devil he … or she… really is! You can watch it here, or just carry on reading below to get the same information in an article.

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The gods in the machine

I’ve recently been experiencing quite painful nocturnal leg cramps, and in looking for the remedy, I’m being taken on a quite fascinating journey of discovery which I’d love to share with you. After satisfying myself that it wasn’t lack of magnesium, I was left casting around for another answer, which came when a friend recommended…

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The Font of All Wisdom

We may sometimes wonder why we should be concerning ourselves with spiritual matters when the world seems to be only just holding back from the brink of an apocalyptic meltdown. So in this video, I’m going to share with you my thoughts on all that …. or you can just carry on here and read…

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