The Buddhist Conception of an Ecological Self

November 6, 2014 Vulgarian 0

from westernbuddhistreview.com: Traditional Buddhist sources have little to say about Nature in the often abstract and romanticized sense in which we use the word today, and still less to say about ecology understood in contemporary


The Pillars of Unbelief – Jean-Paul Sartre

October 30, 2014 Vulgarian 0

from catholiceducation.org: Jean-Paul Sartre may be the most famous atheist of the 20th century. As such, he qualifies for anyone’s short list of “pillars of unbelief.”     Yet he may have done more to drive


Eliphas Levi: The Man Behind Baphomet

October 21, 2014 Vulgarian 0

from templarhistory.com: Alphonse Louis Constant was born the son of a shoemaker in 1810. At an early age he caught the attentions of a Parish Priest who arranged for Alphonse to be sent to the


Intuition: An Essential Element of Mysticism

October 18, 2014 Vulgarian 0

from crcsite.org: In an essay entitled “Perspective: The Importance of Versatility,” from the book Awakened Attitude, Gary Stewart has written: …the Confraternity of the Rose Cross [CR+C], is not supplying us with answers to the


The Significance of Studying Ancient History

October 16, 2014 Vulgarian 0

from graecomuse.wordpress.com: When someone asks me what I am researching at university I admit that sometimes I am not all that keen on answering with ‘ancient history’. It’s not because I have any problem with


Seven Points of Agreement Between Individuals

October 14, 2014 Vulgarian 0

from redicecreations.com: In what follows, underlined words are my modifications to the original (cite given at the end) “Seven Points of Agreement Between Individuals” — a binding contract entered into by individuals with other individuals