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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 Oct 22

How about a network of these kinds of places https://t.co/aTjqXuDpyt Quoted tweet from @TornadoNate: I don’t want socialist utopia and I don’t want this homogenized, sterilized capitalist hellscape I want weird little places and idiosyncratic people all over the place doing their own thing, making growing and building things they think are neat

How about a network of these kinds of places https://t.co/aTjqXuDpyt Quoted tweet from @TornadoNate: I don’t want socialist utopia and I don’t want this homogenized, sterilized capitalist hellscape I want weird little places and idiosyncratic people all over the place doing their own thing, making growing and building things they think are neat


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 Oct 22

@flyingsolo1111 The homogenization of culture is turning everything into boring dystopia

@flyingsolo1111 The homogenization of culture is turning everything into boring dystopia


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 Oct 22

Had a fun yarn with Tyson Yunkaporta recently. We talked emergence and the Emerge conference, complexity, the archetypal Feminine, indigenous Eastern Europeans, and self-organizing behaviour in groups. anchor.fm/tyson-yunkapor…

Had a fun yarn with Tyson Yunkaporta recently. We talked emergence and the Emerge conference, complexity, the archetypal Feminine, indigenous Eastern Europeans, and self-organizing behaviour in groups. anchor.fm/tyson-yunkapor…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Sep 22

In Indigenous Slavic mythology, the Gods represent archetypal human characteristics, the corresponding natural forces, and relationships between them.

In Indigenous Slavic mythology, the Gods represent archetypal human characteristics, the corresponding natural forces, and relationships between them.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Sep 22

The early Slavs were polytheistic, and recognized a pantheon of male & female Gods, spirits and mythical creatures. The exact pantheon varied across regions & time, meaning that the indigenous religion is a living culture that has been continuously adapting to its context.

The early Slavs were polytheistic, and recognized a pantheon of male & female Gods, spirits and mythical creatures. The exact pantheon varied across regions & time, meaning that the indigenous religion is a living culture that has been continuously adapting to its context.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Sep 22

The male Gods in Slavic mythology represent aspects of “Divine Masculine”: Perun (war god of thunder & sky), Veles (trickster god of the underworld), Svarog (fire god of blacksmithing), Dazhbog (solar god of abundance), Rod (primordial god of creation), & others.

The male Gods in Slavic mythology represent aspects of “Divine Masculine”: Perun (war god of thunder & sky), Veles (trickster god of the underworld), Svarog (fire god of blacksmithing), Dazhbog (solar god of abundance), Rod (primordial god of creation), & others.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Sep 22

@SlowwCo @bonnittaroy @jim_rutt @bonnittaroy pointed out that the capacity for being in somatic intimacy AND creative-conceptual intimacy simultaneously is rare, because those processes normally use competing brain networks. There are practices for training that capacity.

@SlowwCo @bonnittaroy @jim_rutt @bonnittaroy pointed out that the capacity for being in somatic intimacy AND creative-conceptual intimacy simultaneously is rare, because those processes normally use competing brain networks. There are practices for training that capacity.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Sep 22

@SlowwCo @bonnittaroy @jim_rutt @bonnittaroy pointed out that the capacity for being in somatic intimacy AND creative-conceptual intimacy simultaneously is rare, because those processes normally use competing brain networks. There are practices for training that capacity though, i.e. in tantra

@SlowwCo @bonnittaroy @jim_rutt @bonnittaroy pointed out that the capacity for being in somatic intimacy AND creative-conceptual intimacy simultaneously is rare, because those processes normally use competing brain networks. There are practices for training that capacity though, i.e. in tantra


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Sep 22

@Empty_America This is how they build houses in the Rhodope mountains (Bulgaria), with river stones, slate roofs, and sometimes brick accents and larger stones for the corners. I once stayed in this one, it was so cosy – it’s around 400 years old.

@Empty_America This is how they build houses in the Rhodope mountains (Bulgaria), with river stones, slate roofs, and sometimes brick accents and larger stones for the corners. I once stayed in this one, it was so cosy – it’s around 400 years old.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Sep 22

@relic_radiation Many societies in history thought they were the normal ones and everyone else was barbarian. Literally, most of the names of indigenous tribes translate as “the original people”, “human beings”, “people of the Gods”, etc

@relic_radiation Many societies in history thought they were the normal ones and everyone else was barbarian. Literally, most of the names of indigenous tribes translate as “the original people”, “human beings”, “people of the Gods”, etc


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