Search:

Type: Posts; User: Corvus

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.03 seconds.

  1. Replies
    231
    Views
    56,393

    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v1.3)

    It's hard without being in school, or at least associated with one. Universities and big companies are where all the research beyond surveys is happening and a Bach doesn't get me there. I want to...
  2. Replies
    231
    Views
    56,393

    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v1.3)

    It's just been so long. I was in school way longer than I intended after my family and funding issues, so I do only have a Bach when I planned to have my master's by now, and a Bach is nothing in...
  3. Thread: Hey Y'all

    by Corvus
    Replies
    2
    Views
    86

    Re: Hey Y'all

    Welcome back! The housing market really is nuts right now. How are you liking the new job?
  4. Replies
    4,523
    Views
    1,115,722

    Sticky: Re: Things that make you smile

    Raph! Happy to see you!!
  5. Replies
    231
    Views
    56,393

    Sticky: Re: The Rant Thread (v1.3)

    I'm remaining deeply frustrated by my job search. A single interview since graduating last spring and no job offers is all I have. I recognize I have limited experience in my field, but I have a...
  6. Thread: Is anyone here?

    by Corvus
    Replies
    10
    Views
    517

    Re: Is anyone here?

    Welcome to the forum. Don't hesitate to make threads or comment about things you may be interested in. We get active when others make the first move generally.
  7. Thread: What's up

    by Corvus
    Replies
    5
    Views
    269

    Re: What's up

    Welcome back Sean. Good to see you!
  8. Thread: Ghost town

    by Corvus
    Replies
    6
    Views
    340

    Re: Ghost town

    Welcome to the forums. We regularly need new blood to ask questions. Personally, it's just hard to bring myself to post a lot of time- especially as my interests have gotten more and more specific. I...
  9. Thread: Hi again

    by Corvus
    Replies
    2
    Views
    164

    Re: Hi again

    Moloch is a Canaanite god mentioned in the bible as a god of fire who was worshipped through child sacrifice. It's extremely unclear in reality if this god actually existed, if its a title that...
  10. Replies
    13
    Views
    678

    Re: Monk dropping in to say hello again!

    It's good to see you. Welcome back round.
  11. Replies
    4
    Views
    310

    Re: Most important myth/story & why?

    This will obviously vary depending on culture, but I think the various origin stories for humanity's mastery of fire, the theft of fire as it's often called, are prototypical for humanity in general....
  12. Re: My Experience With The Ouija Board (True Story)

    I think you're confusing Tiamat, the mesopotamian deity, with Tiamat, the dungeons and dragons deity. While the notion of Tiamat as a dragon deity is fairly well established in scholarship, though...
  13. Thread: I Need Help

    by Corvus
    Replies
    5
    Views
    909

    Re: I Need Help

    So here's the thing, it's a real bad idea to incorporate substance use into a plan to avoid substance use. Doing so is just going to make your life more difficult. Any treatment plan is best done...
  14. Replies
    305
    Views
    75,293

    Re: Whatcha thinking about now? (v3)

    I've been sick all week and my roommate has been acting like it's a moral failing. It's not the first time I've been sick this year, but every time she looks at me like I need to be taken out back...
  15. Thread: Anti-Semitic?

    by Corvus
    Replies
    4
    Views
    2,144

    Re: Anti-Semitic?

    Short answer, imo no. Longer answer, it depends but probably not. Let's reframe this with a different religion adjacent political institution, the Catholic church. If I say that "the Catholic church...
  16. Replies
    3
    Views
    739

    Re: Bone Divination Question

    As an avid collector of dead things myself, I agree with Corbin. My only disagreement is I don't use ammonia or bleach since they cause pitting. To degrease I use water and dish soap, changing out...
  17. Replies
    5
    Views
    911

    Re: mistakes you have made in magick

    Everyone makes mistakes eventually, especially early on, but continuously and forever also. I have made so many mistakes. Some were big, some were small. I expect to make further magical mistakes in...
  18. Thread: Greetings

    by Corvus
    Replies
    6
    Views
    1,032

    Re: Greetings

    Hey there. Welcome to our community. I hope we can be a good place to hang out around for awhile.
  19. Replies
    10
    Views
    2,318

    Re: Garden Sharing Thread

    I love your water lillies so much! They're something I've been wanting and yours are inspiring.

    Our tomato's were planted late and are just starting to redden up. They're growing really strong...
  20. Replies
    3
    Views
    1,265

    Re: The Ancient Festival of Overabundance

    We bake ours, usually with garlic paste. Slice, brush with oil, sometimes balsamic, salt, pepper, then bake at 400 for like 40 minutes.
  21. Replies
    10
    Views
    2,318

    Re: Garden Sharing Thread

    That garden looks fantastic Corbin! The overgrown look gives it some rustic charm though. The water garden is a great idea. I've been wanting to get some going myself, but I don't have quite enough...
  22. Replies
    10
    Views
    2,318

    Garden Sharing Thread

    Show off those flowers and footage, the veg and variegation, and anything else you've got growing. High summer and I'm lamenting my small shared garden and fantasizing about growing pumpkins and...
  23. Thread: Face it!

    by Corvus
    Replies
    14
    Views
    2,044

    Re: Face it!

    Listen here, if you want to be taken seriously, want us to think you're as learned as you present, then you need to act more mature. This is the definition of a bad faith discussion and I do not...
  24. Thread: Face it!

    by Corvus
    Replies
    14
    Views
    2,044

    Re: Face it!

    Yeah, I disagree fundamentally. Existence is neither inherently good nor bad. Your experiences are not universal. Maybe talk to a therapist?
  25. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,335

    Re: Hello! And, where to go?

    Heya and welcome to our community,
    Firstly I'd like to express my sympathy over the limiting nature of traditional masculinity. Personally my attachment to maleness is somewhat tenuous these days,...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4