Of Satan…

I have one up on Satan.

I was born in Hell.

He was thrown into it.

You don’t scare me, motherfucker.  You don’t scare me at all.


Union of Opposites…

Isn’t it funny how many “Jungians” came to me speaking of the “union of the opposites?” Then when they found out I was intersexed and could share some knowledge on the subject…they ran.

Don’t talk to me about Jung and the Union of opposites…I know far more than you can imagine.

A Story from the Hospital…

There was a pregnant woman disturbing the nurses.  No one knew how to calm her so I held her hand.  Hand holding is not usually permitted especially between men and women but something happened.

She began to sing.

She had an amazing voice and began to walk me around the commons area.  The nurses just stood back and watched as I let her sing to me.  They later thanked me for calming her…but it wasn’t me.  She just needed a hand to hold and to let her voice be heard.

I’ll never forget her.

So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish…

“Yes. They are the words that finally turned me into the hermit I have now become. It was quite sudden. I saw them, and I knew what I had to do.”

The sign read:
“Hold stick near center of its length. Moisten pointed end in mouth. Insert in tooth space, blunt end next to gum. Use gentle in-out motion.”

“It seemed to me,” said Wonko the Sane, “that any civilization that had so far lost its head as to need to include a set of detailed instructions for use in a package of toothpicks, was no longer a civilization in which I could live and stay sane.”

― Douglas Adams, So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish

The Hermit…


The Hermit stands alone on the top of a mountain with a lantern in his hand. Mountains typically symbolise achievement, growth, and accomplishment. The Hermit has attained his spiritual pinnacle and is ready to share his knowledge with others. He is also continuing the path he has chosen, committed to his goal of ultimate awareness. The star in the lantern is a six-pointed star (the Seal of Solomon, a symbol of wisdom). The staff carried by the Hermit is the patriarch’s staff, a symbol of the narrow path of initiation and an emblem of power and authority. It represents the Hermit’s ability to use his isolation and the knowledge he has gained as a tool upon his path to reach even higher levels of awareness. The staff is in the Hermit’s left hand, the hand associated with the subconscious mind. The snow at his feet represents the heights of spiritual attainment. He wears the grey cloak of invisibility. His secrets are not for everyone, only for those earnestly seeking them and those willing to climb the heights to wisdom. The astrological correspondence for this card is Virgo and the number 9 signifies accomplishment, wisdom, the attainment of goals, as well as the search for truth.  Read More…

Outer and Inner Temple…

There are two parts of the ancient temple of Luxor; the outer temple where the beginning initiates are allowed to come, and the inner temple where one can enter only after proven worthy and ready to acquire the higher knowledge and insights. One of the proverbs in the Outer Temple is “The body is the house of God.” That is why it is said, “Man know thyself.” In the Inner Temple, one of the many proverbs is “Man, know thyself … and thou shalt know the gods.”