Tag Archives: Archetypes

Healing Male Impotence

Male potency, an erect phallos upon demand, is the effect Viagra is intended to produce. Although I have never tried that product, I hear that it works and that, under certain conditions, it could kill you. A similar problem was … Continue reading

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Socrates’ Mantra

We know nothing about what Socrates thought, except through the written work of Plato and Xenophon. Socrates was a talker, not a writer. In the Apology of Plato, Socrates claims he has an inner guide, a daimon, a belief shared … Continue reading

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The Internal Feminine of Philip K. Dick

When he died in 1982, Philip K. Dick left about 2000 pages of manuscript, much of it hand written, laying around his house. Those pages were collected and edited into The Exegesis of Philip K. Dick which was finally published … Continue reading

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Philo means Love

I did a radio show back in 1999 on dreams and their meaning. Those callers whose questions could not be answered got a call back. One was a young man in his early twenties, who wanted to know the meaning … Continue reading

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The Dangers of the Inflated Masculine

Balloons are inflated with hot air which, being lighter than the surrounding air, cause the balloon to rise. The hot air can be kept that way as long as the source of heat can be controlled. In this way man … Continue reading

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Ganymede, the Hellenes’ Eagle Dancer

In order to understand the story of Zeus and Ganymede, we have to set the stage. Before the gods and goddesses of the ancient Greeks, there was a process which started with Chaos. Next was Gaia the Earth Goddess, then … Continue reading

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The Caput Aureum and the Medicine Lake

The end product of the alchemical process is the caput aureum, or golden head. This stage of consciousness is also “round, it is the wholeness, and it is transparent stone. Which consciousness is like this, inflexible, hard, detached, immortal, and … Continue reading

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Jumping into the Abyss

Originally posted on Ancient Whiteagle Wisdom:
A few years ago I was talking to Ed Duran at a Native American Wellness Workshop which he gave for the Northern Circle of Tribes in Ukiah, CA. We were discussing the difference between…

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Re-establishing Relationship with the Feminine

Before writing there were stories.  We told one another these stories which preserved our knowledge.  The stories told by our ancestors and passed down to us are their understanding of the nature of the things they experienced, the workings of … Continue reading

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The Dream Dictionary I Always Wanted

Finally someone has written a good introduction to dream interpretation with a dictionary of dream symbols.  This dictionary will replace (hopefully) the 19th century best seller (Miller 1901) which was given to me by well intentioned friends for last year’s … Continue reading

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