to fly in the face of intellectual fashion, the Doctor suggests the
investigation of the great religious and spiritual traditions as a
supplement to preventative health care. The ubiquitous presence of an
underlying grid of infinite consciousness may be observable under
conditions of sufficient Media-deprivation. Blind trust in mere logic
is illogical. Existentialism is a hoax. The following links provide
food for thought. Chow down!
Classics - an "ethereal
library" of the top Christian mystics and thinkers down through
Info Center - Access to
Catholic documents, information, and links, including the Catholic
Voce - Catholic
Traditionalist site defending the Latin Mass, Gregorian Chant, and
pre-Vatican II Catholicism.
- Opus Dei Awareness Network: looks like pages right out of Dan
Brown's Da Vinci Code.
Family and Property -
The Catholic "counter-revolution" at your service.
Resources - Extremely
well done site about Islam, Sufism, Arabic, and much
resources - Links and
Archives - Ancient
texts, gnostic churches, links and more.
Website - We'll squeeze
this into the Chapel or die trying. Adam McLean's astounding
Steiner Archives -
Talks, texts, books, and more by the leading clairvoyant of the
Then and Now - The First
Spiritualist Temple delves into the history and present facts
about contact with the dead.
- Chasing Down Emma - Marc Demarest's blog devoted to uncovering new info about 19th century Spiritualist Emma Hardinge Britten.
Research - I realize
this is stretching it, but if you are open to spiritual channeling
from aliens, this stuff is the best.
- The most fanscinating Made in America religion. This links to
the top Mormon apologist site.
Lighthouse Ministry -
And this links to the top Mormon critique site.
World - It's kind of
charming that someone can still get this enthusiastic over
Theosophy at this late date.
Seekers - Good source
for hard-to-find Traditionalist books from René
Guénon and others.
- Bearded Gods
- Listen up! Gods are Wormholes, 'nuff said!
Esoterica - Exhaustive
treasure-trove of key texts from Western esoteric and hermetic
Movements - Profiles of
more religions and religious movements than you can shake a
Skepticism - Overlook
the academic-sounding name of "Institute for Sociology and the
History of Ideas" - this site has outstanding (albeit quirky)
research by Eric Wynants on occult and alternative history sacred
Philosophica Hermetica -
Remarkable esoteric and mystical library in Amsterdam.
The National Catholic Weekly
- Dude, it's the Jesuits. Need we say more? 'Cept the Vatican just
fired their editor!
Talmud - It's great to see religious and scriptural commentary that allows room for
debate and disagreement. Check it out.