I was very interested in all this, long ago. There are many sites
in this area, and I think these are some of the best (or most
interesting) of the bunch. I have written a page about the New
Age. I don't like channeling at all.
is a useful link site I have used a lot - his home page also has
links to biology and zoology sites
this lady somewhere in the USA is doing a daily report on the
earth energy processes that she experiences. As you may know,
I don't usually like this kind of thing, except on rare occasions,
as in the case, where I think it is really good. Of course, you
may not agree ..... the forum is also interesting, of its type
Solara also does spiritual 'surf reports'
is the home page for Marko Pogacnik, Earth Healer and Artist.
I think his earth work is genuine, and his site is also one of
the best designed I have seen
For something entirely different, the City of Ancients has arisen
(on etheric levels), just out at sea from Vero Beach, Florida,
and, as you might expect, they are sending (long) messages ......
you will probably find www.wmea-world.org
is a not-so-bad American Spiritual site. I find nearly all "New
Age" and "spiritual" sites awful - a degenerate
form of spiritualism, which itself doesn't appeal to me at all.
And something even stranger happens to it in American hands. But
perhaps I just never understood the New Age (or Americans). For
example, it has ------- NOW AVAILABLE ! Joleen's lectures on tape
and so on
is a bit odd - a "Catfish Muse in the Raging Jordan"
- you might like it
is a 'Western Tradition' OTO oriented site
if you want a story of schisms and heresies, nothing can match
the Martinist order (site by Frater93 'Western Tradition') These
mystery schools are a mystery to me !
is an attempt to do something linking spirit/science/society and
all that stuff (links to extropians, etc) It is very American.
http://soli.com/ the Sytem of
Life Institute is American, but seems like good fun, with lots
off links for ancient philosophy, also Taoism, etc. It is a philosophy
school established in Southern California in 1986 by Robert Hustwit.
Its purpose is to articulate and disseminate practical philosophy.
has some sacred geometry stuff that looks interesting
is from Sufi George, and is worth a look
is yet another site, only British.