The Thinking Blogger’s Meme

has tagged me for this meme which requires:

1. If, and only if, you get tagged, write a post with links to 5 blogs that make you think,
2. Link to so that people can easily find the exact origin of the meme,

Writing a blog has taken much more time than I ever thought I had, but has been endlessly rewarding both in terms of growing my astrology practice as well as sharing information that people seem to find useful. Because of this I don’t read as much as I otherwise would, but there are many many blogs that I read that open up doors of new understanding. Leaving aside my fellow astrobloggers, of whom there are many more than five and whose links you can find in the sidebar, here are five intriguing blogs that make me think (and provide fodder for my own writing):

– a weird and wonderful paradigm-breaking site of conspiracy and iconoclastic theology.

– a news feed with commentary on topics you won’t find anywhere else to feed the Uranian side of your brain. For example, today you’ll find an article on “transmarginal inhibition.”

– looking for deeper connections in our daily news. The most recent post compares the Bush presidency to the Trickster archetype.

– Ellie Crystal’s “Crystalinks” site is a treasure trove of facts and fantasy on nearly every topic related to the so-called New Age. Ellie’s World is her daily e-zine.

– A beautiful tapestry of images, history and teachings for enlightenment and learning. Recently Ursi posted an out of print course on tarot divination; he often posts fascinating or beautiful videos.

Now it’s your turn:






By | 2007-07-08T16:51:00+00:00 July 8th, 2007|Miscellany|Comments Off on The Thinking Blogger’s Meme
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