March 26, 2009
The Theological Encyclopedia of Goddesses and Gods of the Egyptians is complete now. That is, I’ve uploaded and cross-linked all my entries. I will be updating and refining a few of them, and eventually may well add some new entries for deities who were left out, and of course I will fix them in response to shortcomings pointed out by readers, but basically what’s here now is the project: may it prove to be a fruitful resource for you.
March 23, 2009
In 2005, I was commissioned to prepare entries on the deities of the ancient Egyptians for a comprehensive encyclopedia of the Gods and Goddesses of the world. Some three years later, the project was cancelled, but only after I had completed all of my entries. So I decided to make them available here.
March 21, 2009
Henad is Greek for “unit”, from hen, “one”.
Henadology, which could be considered a variant of henology, is, in my way of using the term, a mode of inquiry wider in application than ontology, but more innocuous in its premises. Further explanations of the nature of henadology in specific applications can be found in the various “core” and “project” statements on the Philosophy and Theology pages, as well as in my published papers, some of which are available for download there, though the term “henadology” may not explicitly occur in them.
March 19, 2009
Welcome to my Henadology blog. This is going to be a place to catalogue my finished work in a context that hopefully suggests the underlying unity of the seemingly disparate elements.
Right now I’m devoting most of my effort to getting the encyclopedia up, so don’t be surprised if that’s where all the action is happening for a while.
Thank you for stopping by!