Tag Archives: Meandering

Professor Horne – An Introduction

It’s been more than a hundred years since the Rush of ’98, and men came to the Klondike from all over the world in search of riches. But one name towers above all others in the history of British North … Continue reading

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Black Day, Black Night

Black Day, pondering much. The Secular Reenchantment idea I mentioned in my last post was an annoying wash. I listened to it 2-3 times trying to glean something from it. The entire thing can be reduced to, “We have killed … Continue reading

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Pondering Sæcular ReEnchantment

Can’t believe I’m posting my ponderings on EO before Piotr, but obviously he’s snoozing. So yesterday was a discussion on the seemingly paradoxical secular reenchantment of the world. What I got out of it was a sense that even within … Continue reading

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I for one…

Stirling Engines run the world. Yeah, yeah, some ‘scientists’ may say ‘molten iron core’ but the truth is that it’s just a big Stirling Engine, like the one to the left which was used by the Machine King when he … Continue reading

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SteamPunk Wanderer

One of my favorite romantic painters is Casper David Friedrich. His art somehow synthesises the dark, brooding, quiet, and religious in ways I have a hard time explaining. I have been doing steampunk photo-manipulations of my two favorite pieces. A … Continue reading

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Orthodoxy

When I discovered Orthodoxy,  I had a major problem with the Orthodox assertion that it was THE ONE TRUE CHURCH(tm). In fact, long after I had come to believe, I kept from converting because I could not reject the ones … Continue reading

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