Exploring Wathanism: Arab Paganism

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 my spells work 100%. I don't remember one that failed. Q: What are jinn? Are they different from the gods? A: Sure, Jinn (Jinn itself … Continue reading Exploring Wathanism: Arab Paganism

What is Anthropology to Anthropologists?

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 that scientists are a strange bunch. They tend to not place so much value on monetary gains in life. Instead, they spend their time digging … Continue reading What is Anthropology to Anthropologists?

Q/A With an Irish Pagan

  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 she is not explicitly mentioned in the mythology. The Dagda (the good god) and the Morrigan (great queen) are sometimes considered to be mates, however … Continue reading Q/A With an Irish Pagan

Tolerance of Narratives

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 of laws, viz. laws differ from region to region, from country to country, from era to era. We shared a moment of silent admiration after … Continue reading Tolerance of Narratives

Exercise Your Empathy–Practicing Healthy Communication

Communication is an interesting thing. We communicate all the time, even when we're not speaking. But of course, everyone already knows that at least half of our communication isn't even audible. Communication is essential to everything that we do. If atoms are the building blocks of life, then communication is arguably the building blocks of society.  On a … Continue reading Exercise Your Empathy–Practicing Healthy Communication