Folk. Classical. Downtempo. Limbo. Mythology of the Trickster. Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth Indra and the Ants. On Becoming an Adult. Carl Jung on Accepting the Darkness of Self and Others. Carl Jung speaks about Death. Will to Power - Nietzsche. Ken Wilber - I Am Big Mind. Jean-François Lyotard: Postmodern Condition (excerpt) Terence Mckenna - Schizophrenic or Shamanic?
Terence Mckenna - Trust Yourself. Bill Hicks - It's Just A Ride. Janis Joplin on Rejection. Destiny - Wyrd/Urd. One of the key concepts of the worldview of the pre-Christian Norse and other Germanic peoples was their intriguing and extraordinarily unique view of destiny (Old Norse Urðr or Örlög, Old English Wyrd, Old Saxon Wurd, Old High German Wurt, Proto-Germanic *Wurðiz).
It shares the same Indo-European origin as the Greek concept of fate and the Hindu concept of karma, but is as different from fate or karma as either of those concepts are from each other. Due to this uniqueness, it’s also one of the hardest parts of the indigenous Germanic worldview for modern people to understand. However, the rewards of understanding this concept are well worth the effort. 'Howl' by Allen Ginsberg (with subtitles) - HQ. What Is Chaos Magic? What Is Chaos Magic?
"All great things must first wear a terrifying and monsterous mask, in order to inscribe themselves on the hearts of humanity. " -- Fredrick Nietzsche The words "Chaos Magic" reverberate with mystery and intrigue.