There’s something about fire. We can’t quite put a finger on it but it lights something within us. Humankind has marveled at the flame for as long as we’ve known about fire. Ancient cultures, the world over, built hearth fires in their homes for warmth. Sacred fires were lit in the center of villages and […]
Anna May’s depiction of Queen Sheba is so prolific because of how many layers she encoded into this one corner of the painting. We have the clear imagery of the Divine Feminine- as explained in the post on Solomon, Hiram, & Sheba– directing the inward and outward path of the mystic evident in the blue […]
This is an introductory course on Sophia and the Wisdom Books with a quick meditation and prayer. If you find value in the teaching please feel free to share it with others.
It has become incredibly obvious that science and religion have taken huge strides in deepening our understanding of the Universe. Recent discoveries have even started bringing these two areas of study together, albeit begrudgingly. Science rejects religion and religion rejects science. Regardless of differences both are the result of humans trying to find their place […]
MY CONCEPT OF GOD Sometimes I feel like I’m on the fringe of every group known to humankind. I tend to be a bit too open to Eastern Philosophy for the taste of most people within my own Church community, Seminary or not. The philosophers find my blending Jewish mysticism with the teachings of Heraclitus […]
HERACLITUS One of the few philosophers of ancient Greece who actually seemed to grasp the connection between the mind and the matter of the multiverse itself was Heraclitus. In a mystics typical fashion he believed that everything was made of but one substance in a constant state of flux: A sort of fire/soul substance we […]