Theology – The Indo-European Queen of the Sciences

"The Queen of the Sciences - Theology" Ernst Junger, Junger, writing in March of 1944, amidst the soon-to-be detritus of Nazi Germany, correctly identified that the necessary precondition for much of the unremitting horror of that part of the 20th century, had been the morally rudderless and (de)ontologically groundless, baseless, condition of materialism, scientism, which … Continue reading Theology – The Indo-European Queen of the Sciences

NataRaja In The RigVeda – The Dance Of The Universe At CERN

The Shiva Nataraja Murti at CERN in Switzerland. I've written about the general characteristics and iconography of the Nataraja Aspect before, but I had this particular statue in mind in light of a RigVedic verse we were working with over the weekend. Now, the Nataraja at CERN is done in a style which has been … Continue reading NataRaja In The RigVeda – The Dance Of The Universe At CERN

To Navigate The Seas Of The Sun – What Kepler’s Letter To Galileo Can Tell Us About Reading The Past

I've had this quote upon my mind since this morning. It's from a letter written by Kepler to Galileo in April of 1610: "There will certainly be no lack of human pioneers when we have mastered the art of flight. Who would have thought that navigation across the vast ocean is less dangerous and quieter … Continue reading To Navigate The Seas Of The Sun – What Kepler’s Letter To Galileo Can Tell Us About Reading The Past