wild child meets WILD CHILDhttp://www.thedoorsguide.com/history/cheetahtale.html
And you go down, down to "Tangie Town"
The people down there really like to get it on
Get it on
great photo !
I got drunk
left my shoes
The METEOR whose brightness keeps on shining!
July 3, 2013
well chosen, mo!
Jim is a shaman, & one WITHOUT rituals, free from any conventions. The doors of perception cleansed - breaking through to the essence. A WILD CHILD!
Excellently stated coralie!
The below quoted statement
is in keeping w/ Jim’s spirit, I think
in shamanic, Masonic, and other later initiations, the candidate was placed in a trance, his consciousness taken
out of the body, and in this state he experienced higher
states of being and met some of the denizen of the invis-
ible worlds. Some were demonic, others beneficent;
Proculus describes certain of them as forms of light that
take on human shape. Through direct experience the can-
idate would learn that he could live freely without his
physical body, and that the gods he worshiped were
perfectly real. Then he would return to earth fully
convinced of immortality and prepared to meet death
fearlessly, knowing it as the door to freedom
and his soul’s true home.
“Mystery Religions in the Ancient World”- 1981
by Joscelyn Godwin
I just stumbled across this professor & scholar
who writes & teaches esoteric histories
or forbidden knowledge which
he calls the Golden Thread.
Such subjects are:
prisca theoligia, orphic mysteries,
hermetic tradition, inner alchemy ect…
I do believe these subjects fascinated Jim.
Certainly Jim influenced me to
be similarly fascinated
Hi, All! Newly arrived out here on the perimeter, I'd like to share. It's great out here!
... gone far too soon ... In an interview he was asked what he would wish the most, & he replied to be remembered at least five years after his death. I wish he could know about the impact he has more than forty years later.
such a handsome man...young man rather...gone far too soon