Ahimsa And The Non-Counterpoint Of Contextually Mandated Violence

[Author's note: This turned up from my writings upon this date in 2018 - given the present series we're running, it seemed a useful thought to re-publicize here] I have previously, from time to time, written about the Hindu principle of 'Ahimsa' - often (directly) translated as "non-harm" or "non-violence" ... and often rather egregiously … Continue reading Ahimsa And The Non-Counterpoint Of Contextually Mandated Violence

The Glorious Victory Of Terrifying Black Time Death – OF BHAIRAVA AND BALANCE, Vedic, Eddic, and Homeric perspectives upon Lore and Order [Part 4A]

Now, despite the fact that this piece is, in both inspiration and in tributary offering, dedicated to the mighty Mahadevan emanation in question, we shall not seek to cover in any great length the actual occurrences and theological points bound up within that tale. For a much more in-depth look at such, rest assured that … Continue reading The Glorious Victory Of Terrifying Black Time Death – OF BHAIRAVA AND BALANCE, Vedic, Eddic, and Homeric perspectives upon Lore and Order [Part 4A]