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Sonntag Morgen Alltag

April 1, 2012 by Xiane Sierocka-Stock   Comments (2)

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Sonntag Morgen Alltag
Kaffeetassenuniversumsahnegalaxieschöpfungdrehtdehnt sich aus
maxwells dämongedankenlos bewegtessilberlöffelchenschwarzschlund müdigkeitjüngstes gericht.
 
 
 

Terence McKenna in: 'Technopagans at The End of History (1998)'

February 5, 2012 by Xiane Sierocka-Stock   Comments (0)

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"It's strange, you know, the Net is denounced as austere, the product of the engineering mentality,so forth and so on. It's the most feminine influence that Western civilization has ever allowed itself to fall under the spell of. The troubadors of the fourteenth century were as nothing compared to the boundary-dissolving, feminizing, permitting, nurturing nature of the Net. Maybe that's why there is an overwhelming male preference for it, in its early form, because that's where that was needed.... Read full post

Soul

January 21, 2012 by Xiane Sierocka-Stock   Comments (0)

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"If you need to visualize the soul, think of it as a cross between a wolf howl, a photon, and a dribble of dark molasses. But what it really is, as near as I can tell, is a packet of information. It's a program, a piece of hyperspatial software designed explicitly to interface with the Mystery. Not a mystery, mind you, the Mystery. The one that can never be solved."
 
Tom Robbins (Author) via Rob Brezsny

Marcrocosm & Microcosm

September 6, 2011 by Xiane Sierocka-Stock   Comments (2)

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"You have about 100 billion neurons in your brain. That also happens to be the approximate number of stars in the Milky Way Galaxy. Coincidence? I think not. As the mystic dictum reminds us, "As above, so below." The macrocosm and microcosm are mirrors of each other. Everything that happens on a collective level has an intimately personal impact. The better you know yourself, the more likely you are to understand how the world works -- and vice versa.( ... )" Rob Brezsny (source:... Read full post

Calamities of Nature - The Higgs Boson

August 18, 2011 by Xiane Sierocka-Stock   Comments (0)

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Calamities of Nature, is "a comic that focuses on topics of social commentary, science, religion, philosophy, and lots of bacon. It updates every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with a new comic. If you're new here, checking out the best of Calamities of Nature is a great place to start.
 
Calamities of Nature has been online since July 2007. Since that time, it's been viewed by millions of people and won a number of accolades, including being a finalist for the best webcomic of... Read full post