Category Archives: Eastern Religions

“In the Beginning Was Fluid”: An Interview with James L. Kelley. Part One. Ancient Cosmogony and Amniotic Light.

Leo Kelley and James L. Kelley, “’In the Beginning Was Fluid’: An Interview with James L. Kelley. Part One. Ancient Cosmogony and Amniotic Light.” May, 2016. Leo Kelley: Okay, what we propose to do here is a series of short … Continue reading

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THE INDO-EUROPEAN HOMOGENESIS

In Vedic literature we find texts that carry on an I-E tradition that life-power (AV 18.2.23 “being, power, and energy”) is attained by the moon and stars via their capacity as “watchers.” That is, the celestial bodies reflect the rays … Continue reading

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New article by James L. Kelley appears as guest-post on popular blog Jaysanalysis

See the new article, “Prajāpati-Purusa and Vedic Altar Construction,” at http://jaysanalysis.com/2013/11/21/prajapati-purusa-and-vedic-altar-construction/#more-4522

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James L. Kelley, “Yoga and Eastern Orthodoxy: A Meeting of the Twain?”

James L. Kelley “Yoga and Eastern Orthodoxy: A Meeting of the Twain?” Patanjali, in his Yoga Sūtras, presents a distinctive mode of ascetical practice called Yoga. Though Patanjali’s system influenced later dualistic traditions in Indian religion, he did not detect … Continue reading

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