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Good ol' days on Pagan Space

Started this discussion. Last reply by Xuchilbara Jul 24, 2017. 13 Replies

I was not always the rather melancholy Sophia Lucifer, and Sophia Lucifer in her various personas was not always as forbidding as she is now. When I first came to Pagan Space last November I was…Continue

Tags: gnosticism, gnosis, adam-and-eve, sophia-lucifer, aeon

What is your "soul" or "self" type?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nephele, Mistress of Names Jun 15, 2017. 37 Replies

I would first like to define my terms, for the words "soul" and "self" are ambiguous in English, and receive different technical definitions in different religions, esoteric systems, and schools of…Continue

Tags: christ-self, i-am-presence, christ, virgin-mary, mary-magdalene

Are you going to heaven?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mason Sep 25, 2017. 38 Replies

[I refer to myself as Astarte in the following monologue because I was using the name Astarte on Pagan Space at the time I wrote it.]My answer to the question above is quite simply No, I do not…Continue

Tags: the-damned, the-dead

The 13-sign zodiac controversy.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tsesi Dec 15, 2016. 11 Replies

The International Astronomical Union redefined the boundaries of the constellations in the night sky as long ago as 1930, and "added" a 13th constellation to the zodiac, Ophiuchus, the Snake Bearer.…Continue

Tags: sidereal, ophiuchus, black, zodiac, 13-sign

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SunTiger commented on Shanti Devi's blog post My Artwork Celebrating the Near-Eastern Goddesses
"Cool that you've found a way to show your artwork with a software that works for you. I work with Adobe PhotoShop and while it took me a long time to figure out all the ins and outs of that particular software ... I have found other…"
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My Artwork Celebrating the Near-Eastern Goddesses

I never learned how to use Photoshop and created these art pieces on Presentation, which is part of the free WPS office suite. Presentation is almost identical to the more popular PowerPoint. Most people who are comfortable with computers can quickly teach themselves the handful of basic skills needed to do the kind of work I have done here.The first piece is called "Ishtar Mourning for Tammuz". The goddess of the planet Venus, no matter what her name and country, loves a man who dies but is…See More
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Can Anything Good Come Out of Nazareth?

So asked the Pharisees, referring to Jesus. But a far more painful question might have been, “Is this the son of the Nazarene whore?” The conception of Mariam’s son is a mystery or a problem, depending on one’s faith or lack of it. Most people inclined to the use of the intellect as opposed to faith are not satisfied with the gospel account. Perhaps, however, it is not too great a deviation from the natural order for an ovum to spontaneously divide without fertilization by a sperm cell. I do…See More
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Spiritual Cosmic Embrace commented on Shanti Devi's blog post The God Who Answers Prayers (from a Buddhist perspective)
"I call it simply LifeForce. or some may call it Source, or Source Energy. or animating Life Force. My friend is quasi Buddhist he says the Divine is ineffable (incapable of being described by human thought and words) . and I agree to a point, though…"
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Schizophrenia May Be a Form of Shamanism

Let me state first of all that I do not have a degree in psychology. I nonetheless hope that more than a decade of experiences as a mental patient with schizophrenia are sufficient to qualify me to make a few observations. What I have concluded does accord with the outlook of some (certainly not all) of the professionals with whom I have spoken.Schizophrenia may be a form of Shamanism. It is not my intention to argue that it resembles traditional Shamanism as practiced in Brazil, Siberia, or…See More
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An Interview with Maria Orsic

Erda. Good evening, Maria Orsic. I am happy to be able to talk with you again. As my readers must know, you cannot be alive in a physical body at this time. Can you tell us exactly what you are now, and how you can communicate with me?Maria. I do have, at the present time, a personality in physical expression---but she is not aware of our conversation. I am what you commonly call the Higher Self, or in Sanskrit, the jivatma. I am merely using the name and form of my most recent lifetime as a…See More
Oct 2
cluthin drew commented on Shanti Devi's blog post The Nagas of India and the Reptilian Extraterrestrials
"I think that it does not matter what the percentages of lifeforms in the Galaxy are. It must be remembered that the universe as a whole is alive and that includes rocks, stars and galaxies. There is a unified "Soul of the Universe to…"
Oct 2
cluthin drew commented on Shanti Devi's group Wotanists Against Neo-Nazism
"I see the Second World war as an intensely occult struggle. Some occult societies like the Anthroposophists and the OTO were outlawed and many of their members ended up in concentration camps or joined the resistance! A good example is Franz…"
Oct 2
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Wotanists Against Neo-Nazism

The name Wotan is HIS name and it has power. His name has been used (I should say misused) by so-called Wotanists for a violent, racist, neo-Nazi agenda. I take back the name. I am a Wotanist because of my deep spiritual bond with Wotan. The true expression of Wotan is not Hitler but Beethoven. Wotan tells me that now is the time to speak. Join me.See More
Oct 1
cluthin drew commented on Shanti Devi's blog post The Nagas of India and the Reptilian Extraterrestrials
"The Serpent mysteries are important from both a physical and paraphysical perspective. An example of the paraphysical aspect is to be found in the spiritual praxis of the Kalahari bushmen. In this Praxis the Bushmen describe a serpent of fire…"
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cluthin drew commented on Shanti Devi's group Wotanists Against Neo-Nazism
"The philosophy of Empedocles was originally based on Magick as a perusal of the book the Dark Places of Wisdom wil demonstrate. This philosophy is also a variant of the Sanscrit Samkhya philosophy of India. This is documented in the…"
Oct 1
Spiralmatrix commented on Shanti Devi's blog post The Nagas of India and the Reptilian Extraterrestrials
"new age teachings over generalize reptilian beings and everything else, and talk vaguely about spirituality instead of participating in it. raising your vibration makes you more dense, and you sink like a stone. oscillation is the one to raise to…"
Oct 1
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Age
36
Astrological Sign
Scorpio Sun and Moon
About Me:
I do not have a Bodhisattva name yet---so I borrowed a good name from someone else.
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Favorite Books
The Bollingen Series (The Collected Works of Carl Jung).
The Golden Bough, a Study of Magic and Tradition, 12 volume set.
The Collected Essays of Aldous Huxley.
Power vs. Force by David Hawkins
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Occultist, Spiritual but not Religious, Mystic, Shaman, Other Spirituality, Heathen
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Ramanujacharya
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Buddha Maitreya
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My Artwork Celebrating the Near-Eastern Goddesses

Posted on October 15, 2018 at 9:30am 1 Comment

I never learned how to use Photoshop and created these art pieces on Presentation, which is part of the free WPS office suite. Presentation is almost identical to the more popular PowerPoint. Most people who are comfortable with computers can quickly teach themselves the handful of basic skills needed to do the kind of work I have done here.

The first piece is called "Ishtar Mourning for Tammuz". The goddess of the…

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Can Anything Good Come Out of Nazareth?

Posted on October 10, 2018 at 7:30pm 2 Comments

So asked the Pharisees, referring to Jesus. But a far more painful question might have been, “Is this the son of the Nazarene whore?” The conception of Mariam’s son is a mystery or a problem, depending on one’s faith or lack of it. Most people inclined to the use of the intellect as opposed to faith are not satisfied with the gospel account. Perhaps, however, it is not too great a deviation from the natural order for an ovum to spontaneously divide without…

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Schizophrenia May Be a Form of Shamanism

Posted on October 5, 2018 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

Let me state first of all that I do not have a degree in psychology. I nonetheless hope that more than a decade of experiences as a mental patient with schizophrenia are sufficient to qualify me to make a few observations. What I have concluded does accord with the outlook of some (certainly not all) of the professionals with whom I have spoken.

Schizophrenia may be a form of Shamanism. It is not my intention to…

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The God Who Answers Prayers (from a Buddhist perspective)

Posted on September 25, 2018 at 4:00pm 2 Comments

The word “God” can mean several different things. It is important to remember that the scriptures of most theistic religions are ancient and contain stories, legends, myths, rites, and laws that we must call “primitive” or even “savage”. The sacred book of the Sikhs is an exception to this. But the most ancient strata of many scriptures predates the questioning, philosophical mind and contains the kind of moral code that we will inevitably find repugnant when…

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At 11:30pm on September 1, 2017, EarthWolf said…

Ble4ssings :)

At 12:37pm on December 8, 2016, Shanti Devi said…

I have changed my name on PaganSpace several times. Each name change is a record of an achievement in consciousness. Read the "About Me" section in my Profile Information to learn what the new name means to me.

At 2:54pm on December 7, 2016, Zaria Acacia said…
Thanks so much for your friendship..look forward to chatting later..,
At 12:24pm on December 2, 2016, Shawn Blackwolf said…

Interesting new avatar , and name...

Joined Asatru , took a new name...;)

At 6:51pm on November 28, 2016, Shawn Blackwolf said…

Will look at it after some errands on friend's land..

Sundown in about an hour...:)

Thanks for the friendship...I shall do the best I can to be one...lol...

At 7:26pm on November 18, 2016, Zaria Acacia said…
 
 
 

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