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Invoking Ireland

The Irish philosopher, poet and shaman John Moriarty used Irish myths to illustrate his belief that there has been a schism between what we as
humans instinctively are and what we have become and how we choose to
live. He became a character living in a parallel Ireland called
Fódhla, lamenting the wrong turn that the Western world has taken.


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Salvia Divinorum Guide: Effects, Uses, Legality and Safety

Salvia divinorum is a perennial herb with psychedelic properties found in the mint family (Lamiaceae). This family contains many commonly-used edible herbs such as basil, rosemary, oregano, sage, thyme, and lavender. Besides simply “Salvia”, S. divinorum is known by many common names in the West, including Diviner’s Sage, Lady Salvia, Sally-D, and Magic Mint.  Salvia …

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Nature Loves to Hide: An Interview with Paul S. McDonald

In this interview for Reality Sandwich Prof. McDonald reflects on the differences between the concepts of daimons and.demons, including how and why demons replaced daimons in the popular imagination, the importance of Jung to historians of alchemy, prehistoric stone circles, Hegel as a Hermeticist, Stephanos of Alexandria, and much more.

Numerology and Psychology

It is absurdly easy to dash off a list of sevens—the seven-day week, the seven wonders of the world, the seven seas, the seven deadly sins, the seven sleepers. It even appears in show business—The Seven Samurai, The Magnificent Seven, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Why seven?

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