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Connecting the Physical and Philosophical Realms

Applied philosophy podcast hosted by Ron Macklin

I recently joined Ron Macklin and Deb Dendy of MacklinConnection on “The Story in Your Head” podcast. Together we discussed the connections between the physical, metaphysical, and philosophical realms. We talked about a number of philosophical…

Broken

To the family that is broken Generations of pain Of hurt upon hurt Of jealousy and hate Of turmoil and loss Of suffering heaped upon suffering Is there no end to this madness? Can the cycle not be broken? What can be done? When ears…
Buddha In The Window

Metaphysics, Ethics and Economics (Video Blog)

While the spiritual needs and ramifications of the current changes on the planet right now (aka ascension from 3d to 5d reality) are almost ubiquitous on social media platforms right now, basic and fundamental socio-economic considerations of…

A Moment

To capture a moment in a word An essence in a description A seed in a tree When the inside and the outside Begin to blur together When the ringing raises As a hummingbird sings And the colors begin to gray And the space begins to glow Like…
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Pythagoras and Fu Xi: Brothers from another Mother

Some of the concluding portions of Homo Mysticus that tie together deep metaphysical concepts from Pythagorean philosophy (as embedded in the tetractys) and the I Ching (Yi Jing), the Classic of Changes, from deep Chinese antiquity. As…
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Ancient History II: Atlantis and the Ages of Man

The linear progression narrative of the history of man evolving from a primitive humanoid ape-like beast progressing up to modern homo sapiens through natural selective pressures alone (leaving aside the origins of DNA to begin with) should…
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Ancient History 101

If we do not know our history are we not doomed to repeat it? Are were not here to learn anything at all? What if our shared, human history was kept from us? To divide us? So that we would not know just how truly wonderful and powerful we were? We…

Latest Books

homo mysticus: ex machina

Homo Mysticus: ex machina

Homo mysticus is a book about the science of mysticism, seen through the lens of ancient cosmogony and sacred geometry. This book connects the spiritual and the otherworldly to the practical and tangible in a refreshingly down-to-earth way. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in the subjects of both mysticism and science.

Metaphysics Reconsidered

Metaphysics Reconsidered

This work sits at the tail end of a progression of studies into theology, mysticism, and philosophy which reaches its apex here philosophically. It builds off of the understanding of the (shared) foundations of theological, mystical, and philosophical knowledge from antiquity that we explore in Theology Reconsidered and Homo Mysticus that have…