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“Another world, another time. In the age of wonder.” So begins The Dark Crystal (1982), a movie that pushed the limits of what was possible in animation when it was released 32 years ago. That was the year the Commodore … Continue reading
Joseph Campbell considered the Wasteland and the quest for the Grail that heals it to be a core myth for our time. During “The Power of Myth” series at the end of his life, Campbell said the Wasteland results from … Continue reading
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Updated 18/12/2014 There are four Solar Quarter Days (two equinoxes and two solstices) on The Wheel of The Year calendar. Yule or The Winter Solstice is celebrated during a twelve day period from…