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Mixed Mythology Makes Mischief

It’s no secret that I enjoy fiction based on classical mythology, or that I put a little too much energy into pondering how crossovers work. And when something includes elements from the mythology of various cultures, it can often become … Continue reading

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It’s a Parvati Party

Holy Hanuman, Hindu mythology sure is complicated! I guess that’s what you get when many different religious groups are combined into one. Modern Hinduism deals pretty heavily with aspects, that are only a few true gods (or in some views … Continue reading

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Off with Her Head

I must admit that I’m in a bit over my head when it comes to the concept of aspects of gods. Apparently deities tend to suffer from multiple personality disorder, and nowhere is this more evident than in Hinduism. When … Continue reading

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This Is the Way the World Ends

So, the Rapture is today, right? Actually, Beth and I were listening to Family Radio tonight, and Harold Camping said something about how it wouldn’t come until 6 PM in whatever time zone you happen to be in, at which … Continue reading

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