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Santa Fe Light Welcome to Your Designer Planet

Santa Fe Light: Touring the Visionary Geography of Santa Fe, New Mexico (iUniverse, 2009)

Getting to know where you live could take you through the galaxy. The old Roman term for the spirit of place, genius loci, could invoke a galaxy-size spirit. Santa Fe, New Mexico, wildly popular tourist destination, high-desert cultural mecca in the American Southwest, home of artists, rebels, cowboys, scientists, and mystics, could be filled with stars. What does this mean?

Consider this book a travelogue through some of the inner aspects of Santa Fe. Put simply, I like this place, and I wanted to understand why that was so. What is it about Santa Fe that is so appealing? I wasn’t satisfied with the conventional list of sociological attributes, the excellent weather, the high, dry climate, the clean air. Is there something deeper that also, or primarily, accounts for the town’s livability? >>more

Welcome to Your Designer Planet!: A Brief Account of the Cosmogony on Earth (iUniverse, 2007).

Words are powerful, and here are six words that could transform the world. The Earth is a designer planet. What’s the big deal about these six words?

The big deal is that they ignite a syllogism, as powerful as a nuclear bomb. Western culture, Christianity, and medicine have schooled us in a dead philosophy of matter and an erroneous causal logic. Matter is inert, consciousness is a by-product of the brain’s processes, the Earth is an accidental product of collisions and gas pockets, the body is a meat-machine best managed by chemicals and prescription drugs, the universe is so big and we are so small as to be inconsequential, ineffectual, irrelevant. The universe, galaxy, solar system, Earth, and humans too, are accidents of reality, or the gradual products of competitive natural selection and Darwinian biodeterminism. >>more

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Stars on Earth Geomythic Earth

Stars on the Earth. Domes and Stargates, and How to Interact with Them (Lincoln, NE: iUniverse, 2006)

The Earth holds a wonderful secret in store for us. The stars of the galaxy live on our planet. We can access them merely by walking across the landscape. We can have visionary encounters with the actual celestial beings whose bodies are the stars.

Yes, this all sounds fantastic if not improbable. The context for these possibilities is the fact that the Earth is not what we think it is. Or perhaps we don’t think about the Earth that much at all, or perhaps only in the context of environmental problems, greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, and planetary warming trends. I’m referring to something behind these layers of the Earth, something forgotten. Not forgotten by all, but largely by people in the West. What has been forgotten? That the Earth has another aspect to it, something that connects us to the galaxy. >> more

The Geomantic Year. A Calendar of Earth-Focused Festivals That Align the Planet with the Galaxy (Lincoln, NE: iUniverse, 2006)

Does the spiritual world care about the Earth? Does it intervene?

Perhaps you’ve pondered these questions. I certainly have. My answer is yes and yes, and this book will show you how it works, why, and how you can join in.

Traditional cultures have always known the year is a rhythmic organism, that certain important events get repeated each year and need to be honored, even encouraged. Mythology scholars such as Mircea Eliade spoke of this in terms of the myth of the eternal return, that at a certain level of experience the fundamental acts of the cosmogony and the deeds of the primogenitive gods are still happening today. To get into that vivid experience of the nowness of today, traditional cultures practiced rituals and ceremonies at specific times during the year. >>more

Geomantic Earth Healthy Gaians

Geomythic Earth. Readings and Field Notes in Planet Geomancy (Lincoln, NE: iUniverse, 2006)

The Earth has a great need now to catch our attention. Even a little of it. To a large degree in industrialized Western societies, the Earth has assumed the proverbial role of the “mad woman in the attic.” She’s crazy, the one up there, we used to think, and now we’ve forgotten even that there is an attic and mistake her cries for the creaking of the house. >> more

Healthy Gaians. How Healing Our Body, Mind, Spirit, and Culture Helps Heal the Planet (Lincoln, NE: iUniverse, 2006)

We are all Gaians.

We’ve all heard the name Gaia by now, maybe through Greek mythology, James Lovelock’s Gaia Hypothesis, or possibly some new-age flavored goddess-based references. Gaia, we are told, is the Spirit of the Earth, the planet’s goddess. She’s known by other names too, such as Changing Woman, White Shell Woman, Bhudevi, Tellus Mater, Terra Mater, Geb, First Mother, Nerthus, and Blodeuwedd. >> more

Fraser's Angel
The Gods in Their Cities
Signs on the Earth.

Fraser's Angel (Lincoln, NE: iUniverse, 2006).

"You could ask your angel someday," said Uncle Arthur. "She'll tell you."

Uncle Arthur was Fraser's favorite grown-up. With his twinkling eyes, his tickly mustache, and his warm, dimpled cheeks. He seemed to know everything yet he was always so mysterious. What had Fraser asked him? Simply this: "Where do the stars come from and why are there people?" >> more

The Gods in their Cities . Geomantic Locales of the Ray Masters and Great White Brotherhood and How to Interact with Them (iUniverse, 2006).

A fresh look at the perennial reality of the gods andhow they help humanity—through the planet’s sacred sites.

The “gods” live! Though seemingly relegated to the archives ofmyth, the “gods” of antiquity are still with us in the form of the GreatWhite Brotherhood. In fact, what the ancients described as their pantheon are members of an august assembly of spiritually advancedbeings, based in the constellation of the Great Bear .>> more

Signs on the Earth. Deciphering the Message of Marian Apparitions, UFO Encounters, and Crop Circles (Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads Publishing, 2005). Footnotes deleted.

A Global Net of the Mothers of Christ-- Our 12 examples of the geomantic context of Virgin Mary apparitions suggests that in each case the apparitional presence sets down into a pre-existing energy feature of the Earth's visionary geography, either a site already recognized as sacred or one made so by the visitation. >> more
The Emerald Modem: A User's Guide to Earth's Interactive Energy Body
Encyclopedia of Earth Myths
What's Beyond That Star.

The Emerald Modem: A User's Guide to Earth's Interactive Energy Body (Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads Publishing, 2004).

First and Subsequent Visits to the Grail Castle: Welcome to Sarras

You don't have to travel too far to find a Grail Castle. Know that if you go in search of a Grail Castle experience, you will be facilitated by the Ofanim, provided your intentions are pure. There is an old saying about the Grail, that it will not serve the impure. >> more

Encyclopedia of Earth Myths. An Insider's A-Z Guide to Mythic People, Places, Objects, and Events Central to the Earth's Visionary Geography (Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads Publishing).

HOLLOW HILLS . Experiential doorways into the Earth's visionary geography and its 100+ different features, light temples, and residences of the gods.

Also known as locus consecratus, nemeton, sacred fords, sidhe, tirtha, wahi tapu >> more

What's Beyond That Star. A Chronicle of Geomythic Adventure (London: Clairview Books, 2002).

The first thing I learned on the Quest is that you need a gnome.

Funny little guys. Gnomes haven't gotten much attention for the last couple of centuries, since around the time of the Industrial Revolution. They didn't care for the noise of the new machinery, and they retreated further into the wilds of Ireland, Scotland, Scandinavia, and the deep old North. >> more

Physician: Medicine and the Unsuspected Battle for Human Freedom
The Galaxy on Earth
The Healthy Living Space:

Physician: Medicine and the Unsuspected Battle for Human Freedom (Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads Publishing, 2000)

A Medicial Paradigm is a Political Issue -- It is important to be meticulously aware of the dynamics of the paradigm that informs our environmental policies. Allopathy, the name for conventional Western medicine, is the science of parts and fragments, that divides, measures, and quantifies an inert, mechanical world >> more

The Galaxy on Earth: A Traveler's Guide to the Planet's Visionary Geography (Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads Publishing, 2002). Footnotes deleted.

Iona Island , Scotland Physical description : It's a tiny island, barely 1 1/2 miles wide by 3 miles long and all of 1,897 acres off the coast of the Hebridean Island of Mull in southwestern Scotland, but it is said to be the first Christianized site in Scotland and a major pilgrimage destination since the 7 th century, today attracting an estimated 130,000 visitors a year. >> more

The Healthy Living Space: 70 Practical Ways to Detoxify the Body and Home (Charlottesville, VA: Hampton Roads Publishing, 2001).

In our day, with the environment and the body intensely polluted, the need for regular detoxification is acute. The only way to survive and flourish in such an environment is to undertake a comprehensive program of internal and external cleansing. >> more

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Contemporary Spirituality
Looking for Arthur.

The Imagination of Pentecost: Rudolf Steiner and Contemporary Spirituality (Hudson NY: Anthroposophic Press, 1994). Footnotes deleted.

Now we can consider Dornach in a broader context. For what supersensible reason did Steiner enact both dodecahedral foundations at Dornach Hill? We must look beyond the obvious reasons, such as the fact that Dornach Hill was the Anthroposophical Society's property and therefore the only and logical place for a dedication. >> more


Looking for Arthur. A Once and Future Travelogue (Barrytown, NY: Station Hill Openings/Barrytown, Ltd., 1997).

...I'm sitting in a pew in the All Saints Parish Church in Langport, getting religion on my own. I'm glad I've attained that quality of mind the Buddha calls "no attainment with nothing to attain" because this is my eighth visit to the church and I can't say I've attained what I set out to attain. >> more
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