Aug 1, 2017
How is culture created? How do we create culture? Tracing the history of so-called “pagans” back to the ancient Roman festival of Saturnalia, which gives to us today the many modern traditions of the Christian Christmas celebration. Also discussing the ancient pagan origins of Saturday (Saturn Day). Tracing the pagan roots of spirituality back to the ancient Lemurians, the Atlanteans, the Egyptians, the Greeks, and the Romans. Also exploring Norse mythology and the sacred origins of our modern day Christian Christmas traditions. Discussing the effects of solar and lunar energies on human beings. Also talking about the word “magic” and its esoteric practices (“magick”). Discussing the distinctions between the historical record (mostly written), the pre-historical record (mostly archaeological), and the “channeled” history that comes from Divine Mind (spirits, souls and avatars) through the ethers to willing (and spiritually open) human beings, who act as receptors to receive esoterically downloaded information.
Michele’s “Thought of the Day.” (“What did I learn this year?”)
Dante’s “Word(s) of the Week.” (Reflection)
Mai Maiesha’s “Golden Basket of Quotes.” Discussing the work of Gary Zukav, author of “The Seat of the Soul,” among other books.
“What did I learn this year?” Co-hosts and I share on the life lessons learned in 2016.