Category Archives: Mythology

Kalev’s Anti-Blog: On Polytheism

Monotheists, mostly followers of the desert gods of the barbarian Middle East, are horrified at any effort to state the obvious: There are many gods. Usually, that horror is accompanied by decrying idols and idol worship. Although the plain text … Continue reading

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Kalev Pehme’s Anti-Blog On Divine Frenzy

Imagine you and a myriad of others are in Tenochtitlan in front of the great pyramid. The Aztec Empire is at its height, and in the latest conquest the army has returned with thousands of captives. One by one the … Continue reading

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Kalev Pehme’s Anti-Blog The Myths of the Zodiac

Some time ago, I was asked to write about the myths of zodiac for a website in Australia. I did so, and it has been a great success. I have modified and cleaned it up a bit and I am … Continue reading

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Kalev’s Anti-Blog Some Notes on the Yijing and Synchronicity

I have been fascinated by the Yijing (I Ching in Wade-Giles) since the first time I read in the 1960s in the Wilhelm edition with Carl Jung’s forward. Since then, I have read the Yijing in many translations, and with … Continue reading

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