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An Interview from the Green Alchemy and the Permaculture Revolution: Willi Paul & David B. Metcalfe


Interview By Patrick Brinkerhoff, ResourceCollaborative.com Mr. Paul is a Green Business Certified Sustainability Consultant.  He specializes in strategic client relations for environmental, green-tech start-ups, and sustainability non-profits. Mr. Paul is CEO at PlanetShifter.com Magazine and has published over 230 thought … Continue reading

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To Chase the White Deer


Raise a glass this evening, Peter’s with Jhonn, both gone along to chase the white deer beyond the sun.  Peace and blessings to all who seek truth; giving thanks to those who walk before us, however dark their masque may … Continue reading

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Off-roads, missteps and moments of Light: Interview with writer, illustrator and strolling theorist David B. Metcalfe


Interview by Willi Paul What is an alchemical and mythological element (i.e. – building block)? How can we implement these things in a story? I think that an alchemical or mythological element is something that strikes a universal chord. In … 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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Sonic Imprintation: the Shaman’s Alchemical Sound Check for the Sustainability Age


We’ve taken care of everything The words you hear, the songs you sing The pictures that give pleasure to your eyes It’s one for all and all for one We work together, common sons Never need to wonder how or … Continue reading

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