Category: Science & Cosmology

Proof that Crop Circles Are Not a Hoax

by Gary S. Bobroff In the follow excerpt from Crop Circles, Jung, and the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine, Gary Bobroff provides readers with some evidence against the theory that crop circles are just a hoax. As part of the ongoing debate, this information might just change where you stand on the topic!   Body …continue

“The Night Sky As View” from The Night Sky

by Richard Grossinger In the following excerpt from The Night Sky, Richard Grossinger takes readers on a poetic journey through the constellations. You can read “Summer” to find out more about what the coming season’s sky has in store for us.   The Night Sky As View Spring It is a clear moonless night, a …continue

New Release: Pluto

Astronomy buffs, poets, philosophers, astrologers, and indeed anyone interested in archetypes will dig into this collection of short and long writings about Pluto with relish. Timed to coincide with NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft’s imaging of Pluto in July 2015, this anthology offers perspectives on the meaning of Pluto from a diverse set of contributors including …continue

Read an excerpt from Pluto

The following excerpt is from Richard Grossinger’s introduction to Pluto: New Horizons for a Lost Horizon: Astronomy, Astrology, and Mythology, which goes on sale March 24. The anthology includes the work of writers such as Dana Wilde, Richard Hoagland, Jonathan Lethem, Rob Brezsny, and Robert Phoenix.   Introduction My original query letter for this anthology began …continue

New Release: The Night Sky, Updated and Expanded Version

“A superb examination, geared to the layperson, of the science and anthropology of the stars and planets.” – New Age Journal “Ingenious metaphysical and philosophical ideas.” – Publishers Weekly Ever since Homo sapiens first looked up at the stars, our species has been searching for meaning in the mysteries of the night sky. Over the millennia, as our science, …continue