Category: God-Self

[NB: Fortune, Otherworlds, The Dead]

“this great idea fructifies within him so vigorously that he is compelled to colonise mentally, as a vigorous nation colonises physically.” –Dion Fortune, The Training and Work of an Initiate (28, emphasis mine) Empire, colonial Otherworlds, and self-possession, I guess. Occasionally I try to come at Fortune again, but there’s something rather–well, English about her. I wonder […] … Continue reading…[NB: Fortune, Otherworlds, The Dead]

[NB] Jungian Alchemy

I was reading Marie-Louise von Franz’s  Alchemical Active Imagination, & I’m only thinking how everyone wants to be who they imagine themselves to be—who they want to be? Achemy, via Dorn & the Jungians seems very much to be focused on male ejaculation: matter as feminine, embryonic, and form as male seed cast into form. Before “God” […] … Continue reading…[NB] Jungian Alchemy

Gods & Mirrors

What are the gods? Here’s the thing: I think we have several answers, and several of them mingle. Of course, any such answer is speculative and subjective. However, if Talker mediates our experience of the world and Otherworlds, then Talker’s conception(s) of the gods matters. Sometimes the gods, Fetch, or God-Self may hammer some message, […] … Continue reading…Gods & Mirrors

Body, Fetch, Talker, God Soul, and: Part 5: Reweaving Talker

Talker as a talker uses language, uses stories, and we use stories to assemble Talker. (Really, Talker assembles Talker from stories.) Some folks like to say Fetch likes symbols, and they mean sigils, visual symbols, things like that—but Talker loves textual symbols, words, stories, and more. Of course, I’m not saying anything peculiar to esotericism. […] … Continue reading…Body, Fetch, Talker, God Soul, and: Part 5: Reweaving Talker

Body, Fetch, Talker, God-Self, and: Part One: Introduction & Body & Fetch

Many traditions divide the soul/self into a variety of parts, elements, and so on. Those familiar with the GD system know that they adapt and steal a qabalistic model: Neschamah—the highest part of the self, that which the soul aspires towards Ruach—the middle part of the self, that which relates to the mental faculties Nephesch—the […] … Continue reading…Body, Fetch, Talker, God-Self, and: Part One: Introduction & Body & Fetch