Plato’s Cave


I love the parable of Plato’s Cave. It shows just how long the controllers of this world have had a vice on our minds. Plato died in 348 BCE. If he was writing about it in his lifetime, it had to have been going on quite some time before that. He says that the people in this cave do not desire to leave their prison; for they know no better life. The people who are enlightened or have “woken up”, understand what this story is all about. Continue reading “Plato’s Cave”


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Phaethon is the son of Helios in Greek mythology. He is the one that begged his father to let him drive the chariot of the sun. Helios reluctantly agrees to let him drive it. His experience proved fatal. What is this myth telling us? Continue reading “Phaethon”

Happy Solstice and Yuletide

The winter solstice festival of Yuletide marks the longest night of the year, December 21st. This is when the earth stops leaning away from the sun in the northern hemisphere. The earth’s northern hemisphere will slow it’s tilting away from the sun and start tilting back towards the sun. For three days the sun will appear to rise in the same location. Continue reading “Happy Solstice and Yuletide”



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Nymphs are in Greek and Latin mythology. As you will see they are also in Egyptian and Biblical mythology too. This post is going to be a huge surprise to people who have not read some of my previous work. Nymph is where the word nympho comes from and you are about to see why. Continue reading “Nymphs”

The Graeae

The Graeae are from Greek mythology and you know them as the three sisters that shared one eye, one tooth and one grey wig. Graeae translates to grey women, grey sisters or grey witches. The Graeae were the sisters of the Gorgons, so Medusa was their sister. The symbolism in this side story has a lot to tell. The Greek scribes were very witty. To really understand this post you will need to read my Magic post or have an understanding of magic. Continue reading “The Graeae”

Bennu Bird

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The Bennu is an ancient Egyptian deity linked with the sun, creation and rebirth. The symbol for Bennu was the large grey heron. What exactly was this deity? Since I show that everything today comes from ancient Egypt, can we still see the Bennu bird today in our culture? Continue reading “Bennu Bird”

The Dead Marshes


Back to the Lord of the Rings. This post will be about the Dead Marshes that Frodo, Sam and Gollum go through, but it will also show the true symbolism of swamps and marshes in myths and legends. Sam says “There are dead faces in the water”. Gollum replies “They are dead elves, men and orcs”. What are the myths and Lord of the Rings trying to show us with swamps and marshes? Continue reading “The Dead Marshes”

Druidic Human Sacrifice


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This post is going to be different for me because I am usually trying to show the truth in the myths. This one I will be all about showing that druidic sacrifices, for the most part is false. The more I find out the more I realize that if this world says it’s false its more than likely true and if this world says its true, it’s probably false. Continue reading “Druidic Human Sacrifice”





Who is Lucifer? The archangel who challenged god’s authority and tried to become his equal. Religions equate him with the devil and Satan. Some versions say he was filled with too much pride or he wouldn’t honor Adam, so god threw him out. Is Lucifer the devil or Satan? What I have found is going to surprise most. I would say it is almost comical, but people and entire nations have been slaughtered over this character.  Continue reading “Lucifer”