Horus and Jesus Christ: A Transformation Story.

I don’t know if anyone actually closely follows my blog, but if you do, I want to say a few things. First, I apologize I haven’t been writing these past few days, and it’s not because I didn’t have anything to write about, but rather, I didn’t yet know how I wanted to write it.…

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The Death of Expertise

I just finished a book called The Death of Expertise by Tom Nichols in which he brings up a compelling argument of the consequences of a post-internet era where all the information you can want or need is readily available, whether factual or not. But that’s not his only case. He also brings up several points, namely,…

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The Origins and History of Consciousness: The Birth of the Hero

As promised, if you read my previous post, then you’ll know this is continuing on with the book I’m reading, The Origins and History of Consciousness by Erich Neumann. This post will focus on three aspects that encompass one underlying theme: the birth and journey of the hero. The three aspects to the hero’s journey, post-Uroboros, involves…

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The Origins and History of Consciousness: The Uroboros and The Great Mother

n the past few days, I’ve been thinking quite a lot lately. It’s not that uncommon for me to think deeply about a particular topic, but this time it’s been quite different for whatever reason, so I thought I’d finally write about it. I will mention ahead of time, there will likely be parts that…

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The Righteous Mind

I’ve been reading a book, actually listening to one, though I am reading one, called “The Righteous Mind” by Jonathan Haidt. It’s a fascinating book, one that covers a wide variety of topics and themes, but the overarching theme is all about moral psychology, specifically, three different aspects of it. He breaks down his book…

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Answer To Job

One of Carl Jung’s most controversial works, Answer to Job, is a deep psychological and mythological breakdown of, perhaps, the most confusing books of the Bible: The Book of Job, and, in turn, God as a psychological phenomenon. I’m not sure how many of you are familiar with the actual story of Job, but I should give…

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WestWorld and Jungian Psychology

If you’ve read some of my previous posts, I’ve slipped in a few details about my own life here and there, and one little fact that I’ve mentioned about myself is that I don’t watch a lot of movies or TV shows. Seriously, close to none at all. I usually find myself indulging in a…

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What is Conscious Thought?

I was reading this article the other day which poses an idea, or to him, a fact, but it poses this idea that we don’t really have any conscious thought. I’ll link the article, just so you can read it, though, I’m not going to reference it too much in this post, but rather just…

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Written in Blood

Have you ever asked yourself: What makes writing good? Deep? Able to find and touch the lowest parts of the soul? The parts we keep dormant? Nietzche certainly had a criticism of most writers in that most of their writing, it does nothing more for the reader but idle them. But what does he mean? He means…

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A Brave New World

**Warning. Long post ahead** It’s quite odd to write about a book that was written nearly a century ago, 1932 to be exact, and it still be very much relevant today, and possibly, increasingly relevant as we continue on into the future. And, you might ask, what do I mean? Well, one thing I’ve found…

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