Tag Archives: Neo-Platonism

Some Thoughts on Alchemical Metaphors, by Ted Hand


If you’ve an interest in alchemy and haven’t checked out Ted Hand’s Twitter feed and accompanying Live Journal presence then you’re missing out. Ted’s tackling masters work in Renaissance magic and contributing some pertinent online insights in the process. Forgive … Continue reading

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Sound and Incantations – Digital Art as Alchemy. Interview with Sonic Adept, Bryan Michael


As Michelle Ramona Silva points out in her work, DIGITAL ALCHEMY: MATTER AND METAMORPHOSIS IN CONTEMPORARY DIGITAL ANIMATION AND INTERFACE DESIGN the digital arts are a fertile ground for exploring the act of creative alchemy. I spoke with Bryan Michael, … Continue reading

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Borrowed Traditions, Rediscovered Paths – Neo-Platonism and the Reunion of Western Philosophy


While doing research for the Open Myth Source article on Robert Cochrane and  the concept of Mytho-poesis,  I remembered an essay I had seen by Hazel Twiggs discussing the development of terminology in contemporary astrology. Her analysis of the break … Continue reading

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