Q/A with an Arab Pagan, Sam. I have experienced the Gods many times especially Quzah, Al-Muhrik, Shams and Allat. I invoked Al-Muhrik during a spell and it succeded, almost all … Continue reading Exploring Wathanism: Arab Paganism
I tried to take Christianity seriously, as in, follow the bible carefully, accept Jesus, pray etc., but I felt nothing and this went on until the middle of 2012, when I met a pagan. It was then I got introduced and the seeds were planted. So around early 2013, I found out about Hellenism. After researching Christianity, as well as history and other religions, I converted to Hellenism. It touched my being in ways Christianity never did or could.
by 罗子禾 At a social event that took place not so long ago, I met a group of anthropologists, some of whom recently received their PhD’s. I have always thought … Continue reading What is Anthropology to Anthropologists?
Building a ‘Portfolio’ or Building a ‘Life.’ I woke up this morning a little hazy, but the first thing that came to mind was Peaks Journal. The second thing that … Continue reading To Have or not to Have?
Q: Who are the main gods? A: The gods are members of the Tuatha Dé Danann (tribe of Danu) Danu is often considered the mother of them all, but … Continue reading Q/A With an Irish Pagan
A Brief Summation of a Facebook Debate on the Duality of the Christian God by Bernice Yesterday was just like any other day. I was scrolling through my Facebook feed, … Continue reading The Duality of Christianity
even taking into consideration the unintelligibly esoteric, sometimes suspicious, claims by the scientific community and its members’ various arational and irrational behavior, the scientific community is still a better source of facts and rational interpretations than an untrained individual’s experiments and reasoning.
A Rule of Thumb Inspired by Rudolf Carnap Written by: 罗子禾 One day, I was striking up an interesting conversation with a friend about laws. We looked into the diversity … Continue reading Tolerance of Narratives
“Islam in the culture of the Moslems, simply means peace. Peace with man, peace with all living things, which ultimately leads to peace with Allah. We believe deeply in the universal principles of the cosmological order and how every action has a reaction. These principles taught us also how to properly eat the correct foods and not to consume the foods that were detrimental to our health in all aspects of life. These principles also taught us how to treat others and how to create a hospitable environment for guests at our Caliphates.”