ROMANITY, OR BARBARITY? (CT)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 12/06/21) PART 2: The shaping of the Roman conscience Chapter 4 — The supra-national State In this chapter we shall be examining the national conscience of our forefathers, from 300 A.D. onwards. This is the same national conscience that had been preserved up until the days of Hellas’ liberation in 1830 and which had furthermore differentiated us from […]

ROMANITY, OR BARBARITY? (CT)

Gwyn’s Feast 2022

Gwyn ap Nudd is a Brythonic God of the dead and a ruler of Annwn. In ‘The Life of St Collen’ He is depicted presiding over a magical feast on Glastonbury Tor. In ‘The Spoils of Annwn’ He is the keeper of a cauldron that will not boil meat for a coward and His fortress […]

Gwyn’s Feast 2022

Legacy of Carol P. Christ: Visions of the Goddess: A White Horse

This was originally posted on May 4, 2020 Imagine my surprise when, a few days ago, I looked out my window to see a dappled horse munching on flowers in the field across the street from my house. In the next days I got used to her being there. I would look for her in […]

Legacy of Carol P. Christ: Visions of the Goddess: A White Horse

Monday morning view: Zucchini souffle

It’s another manic Monday. And, it’s hardly anyone’s fun day. However, it is morning and the start of a new day. We should embrace the sunrise and, at least try to be optimistic. There’s nothing to lose by doing so. I had a brand new dish yesterday that was absolutely delicious. And, it was one […]

Monday morning view: Zucchini souffle

Berserk Manga Review (Part 12): Campfire of Dreams

Hoo, boy! I finally get to talk about my favorite chapter! I’m bouncing up and down like a little boy on Christmas, I’m so excited! Having survived their ordeal, Guts and Casca have returned to the Band of the Hawk. With magic medicine in hand, Casca meets Guts on a hillside overlooking the army’s camp. […]

Berserk Manga Review (Part 12): Campfire of Dreams

Myth and Culture

Originally posted on The Serpent’s Loft: Much ado is made of the Ancestors, and with due course, of course. We are here because they were there. A common quandary among Nationalists is the case of where we lie in their wake. It is commonly regarded that we are a shadow of our Ancestral glory.…

Myth and Culture