Monthly Archives: December 2010

“Where are you at?” – Cultivating Sustainability in Natural Systems – Interview with Ralph Metzner, Ph.D. of greenearthfound.org


Interview with Ralph by Willi Co-Presented by PlanetShifter.com Magazine & openmythsource.com How would convince my 76 year old Republican / Lutheran Father in Southern Minnesota that “developments in computers and technology, the adoption and development of certain therapeutic models as … Continue reading

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The Art of Transformations. Investigating Dennis William Hauck’s Alchemic Teachings


Sponsored in part by lifeblazing.com & openmythsource.com The First Study Group Begins This Week! The Art of Transformations Study Group, is currently focusing on Dennis William Hauck’s primer, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Alchemy. You don’t have to read every … Continue reading

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Is Environmentalism From the Devil?


Article Source– resistingthegreendragon.com Co-Presented by PlanetShifter.com Magazine & openmythsource.com The Cornwall Alliance asserts that one of the greatest threats to society and the church today is the multifaceted environmentalist movement. There isn’t an aspect of life that it doesn’t seek … Continue reading

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Tribal Revival: The Poetic Politics of Permaculture (Contribution post by Graeme O’Farrell)


Willi hit me up this afternoon with a link to a great piece by Graeme O’Farrell on Permaculture and Poetic Politics over at Open Secret.Writer.Poet. A short excerpt should be enough to lead you into the rest of the article: … Continue reading

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Mythology and the emotional charge between narrator and recipient in Tunisia


By Mona Yahia, Article + Image Source Co-Presented by PlanetShifter.com Magazine & openmythsource.com Enjoy the Baba Aziz myth in video * * * * * * *   Despite the advent of television and computers, Tunisian storytelling is alive and … Continue reading

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