What do sixth century monks and modern day Thelemites have in common?
Book Review of Frank Viola's Reimagining Church.
Book Review of Frank Viola's Pagan Christianity.
Book Review of Frank Viola's Untold Story of the New Testament Church
Book review on Scott Hahn's The Lamb's Supper: The Mass as Heaven on Earth.
Book review of Musings of a Thelemite by Frater Da'Neos.
Book review of Initiation in the Aeon of the Child by J. Daniel Gunther.
Looking at the Creation/Evolution debate through new eyes.
Part Four of a Four Part review of Evidence for God.
Part Three of a Four Part review of Evidence for God.
Part Two of a Four Part review of Evidence for God.
Part One of a Four Part review of Evidence for God.
The real promulgation of the Law is through our lives living in the real world to real people with real meaning.
I don’t think Thelema is ambiguous, or equivocal, at all. I think Thelema is consistent. I think it is Thelemites who are not.
At its most fundamental, religion is little more than the praxis associated with a specific philosophy.
In the language of the Accord, Epicuriosity is one of the Pillars that provides the aesthetic to the way of life.
Decorum is to retain unity of dignity, to be consistent in every aspect of character.
Reciprocity is the understanding that every action will have a reaction.
Propriety demands a well-rounded understanding of human nature and of social interactions.
One of the easiest of the Pillar concepts to abuse, generosity is seen by many as both a blessing and a curse.
This series of entries is an outline of the Five Pillars of Nobility of Action.
A movie review for the horror/thriller film, Nine Dead, staring Melissa Joan Hart, John Terry and William Lee Scott.
A book review of The Metaphor of God Incarnate by John Hick.
The Daedalian Praxis is a set of four specific concepts as informed and inspired by the Law of Thelema.
Outline for the Structure of the Synod of the Word.
This study was intended to begin the examination into the principles of the Daedalian Accord.
To promote mindful consumption.
To abstain from any substance that inhibits cognitive or somatic function.
To refrain from deceptive behavior.
To cultivate a healthy approach to personal sexuality.
To refrain from taking that which is not freely given.