First of all, these list rules have been in place for years. I've never had
a problem staying on topic and neither has anyone else, nor has anyone ever
had a problem having a discussion - and I've been here for 6 years.
Second of all, you still need to change your HTML setting.
The problem is yours, not ours. If you can't obey list rules. Leave the
list. It's really a very simple concept requiring no pretzel-like
contortions or unrelatable cross cultural blendings.
Oh yeah - another thing. This list is in fact moderated - and that
moderator (and listowner) is in fact RAY, who you have repeatedly insulted.
You would of course know this if you ever bothered to read the posts (for
example, the recent on of his requesting a co-owner/moderator).
>From: Mel Erskine-Richmond <[log in to unmask]>
>Reply-To: "CELTIC-L - The Celtic Culture List."
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>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: celtic triple goddess paradigm
>Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2006 05:21:23 +1000
>I think the problem is now that in order to discuss anything, everyone will
>inevitably get tangled up in what is permissible, how to say anything at
>The Celtic Culture itself is now according to such thinking, required to
>decide (as if we are its judging voices, for goodness sake?) if Jungian,
>Pagan, New Age are or are not a part of the onflowing of life.
>Every conversation can now come under attack for the least digression from
>supposed academic discussion. Each person will feel persecuted, or be
>persecuted for the least divergence from an impossible mandate.
>Can you pretend to seriously speak with any sensibility at all under such
>The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical
>substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed. --carl jung