My Right Foot, or the Potentially Awkward Issue of Inappropriately Adoring Body Parts

There has been a bunch of activity around the notion of a Queer Gnostic Mass lately. The notion seems to be that the Gnostic Mass is not currently LGBT friendly because of particular policies, but that it should be. There is a book, Priest/ess: In Advocacy of Queer Gnostic Mass by Michael Effertz, that has… Continue reading My Right Foot, or the Potentially Awkward Issue of Inappropriately Adoring Body Parts

the information being presented

The material represents a diversity of ideas spread across time, culture and tradition. It is better to present these ideas without hiding them in order to get a better understanding of them. Sometimes this better understanding means also taking into account cultural contexts of where and when and by whom these ideas appear. So, it… Continue reading the information being presented

The point is not to deny another’s perception of the elephant

The point is not to deny another’s perception of the elephant, but to see all viewpoints as gifts which lead toward a better understanding of elephant-ness. Like the oath of the Magister Templi, where all phenomenon are messages from god, all viewpoints are reflection of that message since they are facets of perception which lead… Continue reading The point is not to deny another’s perception of the elephant