Author Archives: David

About David

Specializing in the Unattended, Invisible and Overlooked

The Book of Symbols


The Book of Symbols – Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism/Taschen Review by D. Metcalfe Co-Presented by PlanetShifter.com Magazine & openmythsource.com Our eyes look out on the world and we spend little time thinking what impression is made on the … 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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Days in Darkness and the Rising Sun – Honoring our Ancestors as We Walk into the Future


Days in Darkness and the Rising Sun – Honoring our Ancestors as We Walk into the Future (or What I learned When I Talked to Jaz & Youth from Killing Joke) by David Metcalfe Co-Presented by PlanetShifter.com Magazine & openmythsource.com … Continue reading

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Deo, non fortuna – A Light in the Darkness – Interview with Paul Weston, author of Avalonian Aeon


This article and interview was originally posted at The Eyeless Owl, in honor of Dion Fortune’s birthday. Article & Interview by David Metcalfe “What mathematics are to matter and force, occult science is to life and consciousness…” – Dion Fortune, … Continue reading

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A Fine Thread of Fiery Truth – Permaculture Unbound, by David Metcalfe


Co-Presented by PlanetShifter.com Magazine & openmythsource.com “After spending the best part of my life in the study of the liberal arts and sciences, and in the company of wise men and judicious scholars, I was compelled, as the result of … Continue reading

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