Chris Travers
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For those interested in copyright issues

Started Jul 26, 2010 0 Replies

Apple just lost a major bid to criminalize jailbreaking of their devices.  What's particularly interesting here is that the Library of Congress ruled that this was "fair use" and even though a court…Continue

Reading List

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ada Aug 1, 2010. 45 Replies

In the spirit of getting to know eachother, I thought it might be fun to ask about reading lists.1)  What book are you reading now (if any)?2)  What is the last book you read?3)  What's the next book…Continue

Trees: What do they mean to you

Started this discussion. Last reply by Serpent's Tongue Nov 26, 2011. 32 Replies

One of the interesting areas I've studied on and off is comparative mythology and tree motifs.  So, what do trees mean to you in your tradition?Continue

My motto

Started this discussion. Last reply by Margaret Lynn Jul 21, 2010. 19 Replies

Grow like a tree and be not afraid of shadows:  Seek the darkness and then the light!Continue

 

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Relationship Status:
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Age
34
About Me:
I am the author of "The Serpent and the Eagle: An Introduction to the Elder Runic Tradition." I've been a heathen for several decades and always interested in opportunities to learn and teach.
Favorite Books
El Club Dumas by Arturo Perez-Reverte
How to Kill a Dragon by Calvert Watkins
From Religion to Philosophy by F. M. Cornford
Greek Religion by Walter Burkert
Necromancy in the Greek and Roman World by Daniel Ogden
Magika Hiera ed. by Chris Faraone
Beliefs / Practices
Mystic, Heathen
Other Beliefs/Practices
Reiki
Astrology
Hobbies
History
Linguistics
Archaeology
Gardening
Collecting old garden rose plants
Hiking
Playing in the water

Chris Travers's Blog

A Quick Guide to Online Safety

Posted on July 22, 2010 at 11:30am 2 Comments

This seems to come up on PS.net once and a while so I figured I'd put out a quick guide to safety on the internet. This material will hopefully be of help to parents, young adults involved in online dating, and just about anyone who owns a computer. The goal is to cultivate a mentality which promotes safety and security of body, mind, and of the computer one is using too.



I have worked in the IT field for about twelve years now in a part of the industry that relies very heavily on… Continue

Art Alert: Just watched '9 Songs'

Posted on July 8, 2010 at 3:15am 0 Comments

This is a phenomenally done movie. It has no plot but rather is a portrait of a passionate summer love affair between a scientist and a young woman-- a relationship shown by flashbacks of sex, drugs, and rock and roll (really, that is about it). The cinematography is beautifully done, tender, and sexy. The sex is realistic and in a few cases real rather than simulated. This is an art film which pushes and even breaks boundaries to deliver a portrait which is beyond all else, beautiful. I… Continue

Three Academic Books Every Pagan Should Read

Posted on June 24, 2010 at 10:38am 2 Comments

The three books briefly reviewed here are recommended because of the insight they provide on ancient religion generally.





In Greek and Roman Necromancy, Daniel Ogden explores the lively (pardon the pun) relationship between the living and dead in ancient Greece, and to a lesser extent Rome. In addition to minimally covering religious elements between the living and dead, he covers what is know… Continue

Thoughts on creating successful tribes today

Posted on June 23, 2010 at 10:00am 5 Comments

Much of this is based on my experience in open source software development but experiences, and I believe that most of these are lessons fairly universal across types of groups today. The goal is to create lasting group cohesion, allowing some movement in and out of a group while encouraging stability.



Create a Tribe from an Existing Small Group



While it is possible for a single individual to bring people together to form a tribe, experience shows that this is much… Continue

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At 12:35pm on August 11, 2010, Maris Hellfaerie (Maire) said…
Chris, do you happen to have "Well and Tree" as pdf? It is hard to find at affordable price in my region!
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