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- “Integrating Permaculture, Transition, and Mythology in the Chaos Age” – eBook #21. Conversations with Willi Paul and Authors Gregory Gronbacher, Peter Ruddock, Douglas Williamson, Arthur George, Gary Z McGee, Margo Meck, Stephen Gerringer and Ray Grigg. Planetshifter.com Magazine.
- “Spiritual Resilience” – Interview with Rev. Julia Bystrova, Heart & Soul Group, Transition Sebastopol – by Willi Paul, Planetshifter.com Media
- “Nature Points a Gun at Our Heads” – Drought Archetypes and Symbols by Mythologist Willi Paul, Planetshifter.com Design
- “United Permaculture Workers” – Vision for a Global Permaculture Trade Union (PTU) by Willi Paul, Planetshifter.com Design
- Hoop House Community Incubator (HHCI) – Vision for West Baltimore by Willi Paul, Planetshifter.com Design
- “Neighborhood Mythology Program” – A Curriculum Vision by Willi Paul, CommunityAlchemy.com
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Tag Archives: David Metcalfe
Co-Presented by PlanetShifter.com Magazine & openmythsource.com “After spending the best part of my life in the study of the liberal arts and sciences, and in the company of wise men and judicious scholars, I was compelled, as the result of … Continue reading
As Michelle Ramona Silva points out in her work, DIGITAL ALCHEMY: MATTER AND METAMORPHOSIS IN CONTEMPORARY DIGITAL ANIMATION AND INTERFACE DESIGN the digital arts are a fertile ground for exploring the act of creative alchemy. I spoke with Bryan Michael, … Continue reading
Off-roads, missteps and moments of Light: Interview with writer, illustrator and strolling theorist David B. Metcalfe
Interview by Willi Paul What is an alchemical and mythological element (i.e. – building block)? How can we implement these things in a story? I think that an alchemical or mythological element is something that strikes a universal chord. In … Continue reading
We’ve taken care of everything The words you hear, the songs you sing The pictures that give pleasure to your eyes It’s one for all and all for one We work together, common sons Never need to wonder how or … Continue reading