Returning to our series on Genesis, we examine the supposed events surrounding Cain and Abel, and their social context in the ancient civilisations of ancient Mesopotamia. Link.
We turn our attention to the Fall of the Song, and examine the posthumous influence of the military legacy of the three great generals, Yue, Han and Zhang, on drawing out the final demise of the Dynasty.
Looking for something to watch to in these dark times? How about a dark movie!
This episode we head to the movies with the Heretics’ review of The Art of Self-Defense, a 2019 film starring Jesse Eisenberg.
Finishing off Day One of the Chymical Wedding, we examine the significance of energy to the esoteric traditions, linking the allegorical representations and numerology in the Chymical Wedding to other traditions that we have discussed. Link to podcast.
In part 3 of our series on Day 1 of the Chymical Wedding we look at the Chymical Wedding’s allegorical depiction of the Miasma, and how and why Christian Rosenkreutz escapes from the pit.
We continue our journey into the Chymical Wedding, discussing why shamanic experience can come as a surprise even to people who are well prepared for it. We also look at the influence of Erasmus, and consider his outlook on the esotericism vs exotericism issue.
Here’s the symbol talked about at the start of the last episode on Rosicrucianism. The symbol is on the left and then it is broken down into its constituent parts on the right.