Joss Whedon, Firefly, Serenity, and the Communitarian Agenda


Those who have taken the time to watch the television series Firefly, by Joss Whedon, a short lived spaghetti western and science fiction mash up, will tell you that its cancellation was one of the worst choices ever by a network.  The premise, characters,  story arc, creativity, dry wit, and humor, made Firefly, and its follow up theatrical release Serenity, endearing to new viewers, established fans, and critics alike.  His other projects, such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, […]
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Lust and Greed – Externalized Personal Power

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Lust is externalized creativity, and as such, is feminine, while greed is externalized abundance, and as such, is masculine; and both are currently governed by our reptilian (first) brain’s instinctual tendency to externalize creativity and abundance. When this pattern of externalizing is overcome, greed and lust are transformed and brought back into the Self, giving an individual back their personal power, their restored creativity and abundance. While both of these lacking tendencies are within each […]
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