Sue Purnell, United States, Nasa discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
To make sense of. The way the NAS ticks, the anti cosmic nostitz tried to make sense of it was. They imagined that no says happened when you disengaged from your bodily life. And your soul began its return to its sue PURNELL source. In along with that notion of noces as for other worldly transcendence. There's a whole bunch of. That is very problematic. Both with respect to the way that nature is conceived. As broken. As Profane? The way that. Our instincts. Are Understood in particular are sexual instincts. Demonized within that transcendental. A purely materialistic seen as. Sticking. Right and we might think I should also mention. There is a kind of misogyny that. Is, woven, into this right. That's a very complex matter, but. For many ancient. Cultures. least in some representatives of those cultures. Woman is associated with the biological. NASA a network of stereotypes linking women's who? The biological sphere of life. So along with the devaluation of nature. And sexuality, there is a devaluation of woman risk, too. So I find the. MAPS, which really have dominated western US of terrorism. To be problematic and. And and and the criticism is not trivial. Those who would respond and say well, wait a minute. There are different maps. We can use to make sense of our spiritual experiences. And as long as that works for us. As long as it's useful for you to criticize it. And! I would say to that is. We can't pretend that esotericism is a world, unto it so. It's part of the wider culture. and. We have responsibilities. In the maps that we choose think through the assumptions underlying them definitely here we are in A. In a wide fields were one could discuss links matter, and maybe we should do that partly, because because of course also that. Waves into the whole problematic field of of politics in terraces makes Edrich CETERA and that's a large field which I think could feel three episodes. I'm -solutely. Okay thank you. Thank you for saying that and I think it's very important you said. You were talking about certain in. Environments as you call them that you went through as a youngster when you started you. Visibly you were not one of those who some. Many of of those people I interviewed here had first experience or I want to ever at age five. You know being in the kitchen I'm not I'm not making a joke of that. Really happens many of them right right and. It doesn't seem to me that you had. Kind of experience, rather very early age, or did you at some point? No I didn't. I had a kind.