About K. Webster

My main interest in reading is non-fiction in religion, philosophy, esoteric knowledge, Hermeticism and Gnosticism.<br />

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  • K. shared from The Path of Druidry: Walking the Ancient Green Way by Penny Billington
    Without doing the practical work, without ever going out into the land, we will never "get it"-even if there are a thousand books on Druidry on our bookshelves.
  • K. shared from The Path of Druidry: Walking the Ancient Green Way by Penny Billington
    Going into nature is only a mundane experience in our habitual "sleepwalking" state; awareness is the magic ingredient to transformation.
  • K. shared from The Path of Druidry: Walking the Ancient Green Way by Penny Billington
    Never forget that the idea is not to fly away somewhere where life is wonderful. Here is wonderful, and Druidry helps us to feel this in a very real way.
  • K. shared from The Path of Druidry: Walking the Ancient Green Way by Penny Billington
    Druidism has never been a closed system that appeared in the world at a given time and is now preserved in dusty libraries. Like a great river fed by many streams, it began to take shape amongst the inhabitants of the western shores of Europe thousands of years ago, and is best known as a form of Celtic spirituality noted by classical authors such as Julius Caesar. But over the centuries it has been informed and shaped by many other sources so that today-over three hundred and fifty years after the Druid Revival began in England in the mid-seventeenth century-it represents a vibrant and growing...
  • K. shared from Mary K. Greer's 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card by Mary K. Greer
    It has been said that through numbers things become known. Rather than simply read about the numbers, it is helpful to imagine them in their purest forms. Watch in your mind's eye as they transform like a film animation sequence. What is it like when everything is one, a point of pure brilliance without end, of no dimension, boundary or differentiation? What happens when the one desires to know itself? Just as we never can see our own eyes directly, the one needs another through which to see itself, hence the two. And then what happens when two longs to reunite but, instead of finding union (one),...
  • K. shared from Benjamin Franklin: An American Life by Walter Isaacson
    The question that Mrs. Dogood posed was “Whether a Commonwealth suffers more by hypocritical pretenders to religion or by the openly profane?” Unsurprisingly, Franklin’s Mrs. Dogood argued that “some late thoughts of this nature have inclined me to think that the hypocrite is the most dangerous person of the two, especially if he sustains a post in the government.”
    Note: wisdom from ben franklin
  • K. shared from A Girl Like You (Donovan Creed series Book 6) by John Locke
    Sam will have this whole thing figured out in an hour or two. Of that I’m certain. But knowing Sam, he’ll be content just knowing what happened to Rachel, and why. Because the world is like a puzzle to Sam, and this is just a challenge. Once the puzzle is solved, he’ll move on to the next puzzle that turns up. This detachment is the reason Rachel stopped loving him long before I entered the picture.
  • K. shared from Lethal People (Donovan Creed series Book 1) by John Locke
    Quinn’s eyes were not the gateway to his soul. They were the place mirth went to die.
    Note: funny quote in the book Lethal People..
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