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May 8, 2008
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Esoteric, occult, New Age, comparative religion, philosophy, archeology, alternative history, magic, alchemy, Cabala, Shamanism, enthenogens, alternative realities, prophesy.....
About Me
I'm a retired college/university administrator and Prof. of Film and Theatre. My interest in film is basically in structural theory and the esoteric layering of some directors to add a level of information that is "hidden" from the uninitiated -- in much the same way that Da Vinci (and countless others) did in their paintings and writings. I'm a Unitarian Universalist who has spent the better part of forty years studying the ideas found in esoteric, occult (New Age), Shamanic and enthenobiological sources. What is reality? How many realities are there? I'm interested in all those things that make the world interesting and unique...and not interested much at all in people who live inside "the box".
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