#MorningMonarchy: January 11, 2018

January 11, 2018 Media Monarchy 0

Losing my religion, SecureDrop suicide and punching Harvey + this day in history w/the “Shining City Upon a Hill” and our song of the day by Typhoon on your Morning Monarchy for January 11, 2018.


#MorningMonarchy: March 17, 2016

March 17, 2016 Media Monarchy 0

The Fayette Factor, less religious and the time of the Preacher + this day in history w/Burst Of Joy and our song of the day by The Heavy on your Morning Monarchy for March 17, 2016.


#Webbys Cut ‘Religion’ Category

December 18, 2015 Media Monarchy 0

The most coveted award for work on the Internet bestows honors in 231 categories, but “Religion & Spirituality” is no longer one of them. A producer of the Webby Awards, now in its 20th year,


Disco and the End of Atheism

August 26, 2015 Vulgarian 0

from americanvision.org: Atheism seems to be on the rise. A number of young people are taking to it like they did to disco in the 1970s. But alas, like all trends, it met its end


Temple Medicine, Oracles and the Making of Modernity

August 19, 2015 Vulgarian 0

from forbiddenhistories.wordpress.com: Among the key figures in the hidden history of the human sciences are the Munich philosopher Carl du Prel (1839-1899) and the Cambridge classicist and psychologist Frederic W. H. Myers (1843-1901). Eclipsed by


Transhumanism — The Final Religion?

August 16, 2015 Vulgarian 0

from disinfo.com: Transhumanism and its associated philosophies can be divisive. To be sure, the movement has some negative stereotypes attached to it. But nonetheless, it’s gaining traction in mainstream discourse. Over at the Institute for Ethics and


Can Moral Disputes Be Resolved?

August 14, 2015 Vulgarian 1

from opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com: Moral disputes seem intractable — more intractable than other disputes. Take an example of a moral position that most of us would consider obvious: Honor killing is wrong. But honor killing has its


How Did God Get Started?

August 10, 2015 Vulgarian 0

from bu.edu: One day in the Middle East about four thousand years ago, an elderly but still rather astonishingly spry gentleman took his son for a walk up a hill. The young man carried on


Understanding the Traditionalists

August 8, 2015 Vulgarian 0

from newdawnmagazine.com: Traditionalists, for present purposes, means the loosely-constituted group inspired by René Guénon (1886-1951). Many of them also revere Ananda K. Coomaraswamy (1877-1947). Later Frithjof Schuon (1907-1998) became central to the group, while the