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I can’t find your address on your website. Where are you located?

*We are located in Acton, CA approximately 45 minutes north of Los Angeles. Once you register for an event, our address and all other needed information will be emailed to you. We don’t put our address on our site for the protection of the pack and the sanctuary.

Where can I find a list of your upcoming public events?

*All upcoming events are listed on our calendar page .

I registered for an event online but didn’t receive an email back with your address and other information I need. What should I do?

*Before calling or emailing us, first check your junk mail or spam. Often your computer will automatically put it in one of those folders if it doesn’t recognize our email address. If it is not in one of those locations, there is a possibility that your transaction was accidentally aborted. Check your email for a receipt or call your bank or credit card company to see if they registered the transaction. After following these steps, please email us and we will look in to the situation on our end and provide the necessary materials.

I have a last minute question or am lost on my way to an event but can’t seem to reach anyone. What should I do?

*We are located in a very remote area and often are out of range of cell service; however, we do have WiFi and are able to access email. If you have a last minute question or are on your way to the event, please email us with your question and your phone number. We check our email frequently on the day of the event and will respond as quickly as possible.

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with your question and your phone number. We check our email frequently on the day of the event and will contact you as quickly as possible.

What should I wear?

*At all times of the year you should wear: pants to protect your legs from twigs shrubs, hiking boots or sturdy shoes for hiking, a light shirt along with some extra layers in case it gets cold towards the end of the day, and a hat to protect your face from the desert sun.

What should I bring?

*Please bring sunscreen, a refillable water bottle and your camera to capture all the memorable moments!

Why is it so important that I signmy liability form prior to attending the event?

*Signing theliability form online prior to the event helps us to expedite the entry process and prevent unnecessary delays. Since all guests arrive at the same time, an efficient check in process ensures that everyone is able to participate in the tour and enjoy the day. Signing the liability agreement ahead of time also gives you a chance to read over the details in your own time, without rush, so that you understand what you are signing and why.

What if it is raining? Is the hike still on?

*Yes! Unless you receive an email from us indicating otherwise, please assume the hike is still on. Due to our location, the weather at the ranch is not always the same as it is in the rest of Acton and if it does begin to rain during the event, we have a covered eating area to provide shelter. If there is a chance of rain, please dress accordingly.

Are kids allowed?

*Yes, but due to the nature of the public hike and for the safety of our animals and guests,children must be 7yrs or older to attend. If you are interested in bringing children under the age of 7, we would be happy to accommodate them on a private visit. Contact us at Selected HommeSHHROYCE LIGHT NEW Casual laceups dark navy 9pk3utne
for more info. Further, Wolf Connection requires one supervising parent or guardianadult per two minors. Non parental supervisingadultsmust beover the age of 25. Please keep in mind that you are responsible for your childrenwhile on Wolf Connection property. If, for any reason, we feel that your child’sbehavior is in any way endangering themselves, the animals or other guests, you may be asked to leave the event. If your children are under 4ft tall, you may be asked for proof of age.

Can I bring my dog?

*No! You will be hiking with a pack of wolves and we don’t want to cause confusion in the pack with a new canine present or put your dog in a potentially dangerous situation.

How long and strenuous is the hike?

*The hike is just under 1.5 miles and is beginning/intermediate level. Depending on the size and pace of the group, it can take 50-75 minutes. Much of the hike is relatively flat with a few hills. There are breaks along the hike for rest, pictures and bonding and you may return to the sanctuary with a guide at any time.

Is the Wolf Connection Ranch handicap accessible?

*Please call our information line at 661-450-8191 or email us to discuss your specific needs prior to registering for the event. The Wolf Connection Ranch is wheelchair accessible and will accommodate all needs; however, the Wolf Connection Team needs to be made aware beforehand of such needs so that we may provide appropriate manpower to our highly attended events. The terrain of the Wolf Connection Ranch compound is relatively flat, consisting of compacted dirt trails with bumps, divots and holes caused by the elements. See “How Long and Strenuous Is the Hike” for details about Wolf Connection Ranch hiking trails.

Can I carry my baby on the hike?

*No. Children too young to walk must be transported in an appropriate baby carrier. You will experience different kinds of terrain where you will need balance.

What should I bring to the pot luck?

*We welcome anything that can be shared! Suggestions include casseroles, salads, sides, desserts or chips and dip.

Do you provide group discounts?

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page for group visit options and details.

The registration page says the hike is now closed. I really wanted to attend but didn’t have the chance to sign up. Can you make an exception?

*Unfortunately, no. Our hikes are capped at a certain number to ensure that all guests are able to enjoy their experience and have time to meet the wolves. Once our maximum has been reached, registration will close and we are unable to make exceptions. If you were unable to join us this time, keep an eye out for our next hike on Facebook and be sure to sign up early!

Do I need to be a member of the Wolf Connectionwebsite to sign up for an event?

*No. Wolf Connection public events are open to everyone. Clickfor Wolf Connection’s Calendar of Events and Registration.

I want to register for an event but don’t have a PayPal account. How can I register online?

*PayPal allows non-members to pay with a credit card. The option is on the PayPal payment screen.

I want to visit the sanctuary but can’t come to any of the scheduled community hikes. Are there other opportunities to visit?

*Yes! Please visit our Donna CarolinaMules oregon azurro 8jFslMf
page for details of our other visiting opportunities!

What is the Free Birthday Hike and how do I get one?

*For guests who have attended one of our previous hikes, Wolf Connection offers a free ticket to our Monthly Community Hike during your birth month. In order to take advantage of this gift, the registrant must have provided their birthday on a previous visit to the Wolf Connection Ranch and received a Birthday Invitation email from the Wolf Connection Team…that is why it is so important to provide your email address and stay up to date with our organization emails!

What is your refund policy?

If you are unable to join a community hike, please email Steve MaddenDAISIE High heels red 0pc5RA
. We can either transfer your ticket to another event or if your spot is refilled by another guest, we can issue a refund.If you are unable to join an Airbnb experience, please reach out to Airbnb to cancel.Their refund policy can be found.

If you have any additional questions, please email us at [email protected]

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Or consider Joseph Smith. Here was a man convicted of the very occult practices that he then tells about in the Book of Mormon. Should’ve been easy to pull aside the curtain on this “religion,” right? Nope.

Look at Scientologists, cults, or any of the divisions of Christianity, both major (Christian Science, Jehovah’s Witnesses) and minor (thousands of nondenominational churches and sects). Apparently, new religions start quite easily. The incredulous, “But what else could explain the New Testament but that the writers were telling the truth?!” doesn’t hold up when we see how easy it is.

9. One way to stop the gospel story would be naysayers, but a far better way would be to show the story as false. And the gospels themselves document that it was.

One way to stop the gospel story would be naysayers,

Jesus said that the end would come within the lifetime of many within his hearing. It didn’t (indeed, that this was going to be a longer process than initially thought was a reason that the oral history was finally written down, decades after the events). With the central prediction crumbling, what more proof do you need that this religion was false? And yet the religion kept on going. Obviously, religion can grow in the face of evidence to the contrary.

10. Christian apologists say that there were no naysayers, but how do we know that there weren’t? For us to know about them, naysayers would need to have written their story and have some mechanism to recopy the true account over and over until the present day. Just like Christian documents, their originals would have crumbled with time. What would motivate anyone to preserve copies of documents that argued against a religion? Perhaps only another religion! And it’s not surprising that the Jesus-isn’t-divine religion didn’t catch on.

10. Christian apologists say that there were no naysayers, but how do we know that there weren’t?

This argument is popular but empty. Don’t use it.

"If a million people say a foolish thing, it’s still a foolish thing."

Originally published at Cross Examined . Used with author's permission. (Image credit: Awesome Stories )

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is far more voluminous as a thinker who engaged with “scientific racism” in the late eighteenth century. But the question is: should Kant and Locke count as the founders of racist thought, when it is clear so many other historical figures shared their sins, and when their ideas contained within them a profound new argument for equality?

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earlier this year that we ought to go all the way back to Aristotle to find the father of scientific racism. The truth is there is nothing new under the sun, just different justifications for similar ideas. The late Bernard Lewis, in his “From Babels to Dragomans,” writes of hatred of the other as based “at once by blood, by place and by cult” as “going back to the beginnings of human life”:

Let me begin with a proposition that may seem outrageous: to hate the other, the outsider, the one who is different, who looks different, sounds different, smells different; to hate, fear and mistrust the other is natural and normal – natural and normal, that is to say, among baboons and other gregarious animals, or in the more primitive forms of human existence, such as forest tribes, cave-dwellers and the like. Unfortunately it survives into later forms of human development. It survives in even the most advanced and sophisticated civilised societies.

It is, and we should not disguise this from ourselves, a very basic human instinct, not just human, but going back beyond our most primitive ancestors to their animal predecessors. The instinct is there, and it comes out in all sorts of unexpected situations. To pretend it does not exist and that it is some sort of ideological aberration cannot lead anywhere useful.

Lewis describes the evolving perspective on race and “the eternal problem of the other” as going through periods of transformation based on differences in cultural perception, naturalization, and the capacity of civilizations to assimilate. He goes on to note the example of Locke, whose famous essay on toleration, published in 1689, says: “Nay, if we may openly speak the truth, and as becomes one man to another, neither Pagan nor Mahometan, nor Jew, ought to be excluded from the civil rights of the commonwealth because of his religion.”

Unmentioned are the Catholics, who presented the real threat in seventeenth-century England. But if this is the attitude toward tolerance, why does racism and anti-Semitism flourish in Europe? As Lewis frames it, precisely because Western Europe found a new justification for what they already believed: a reason-based scientific justification for hatred. Lewis again:

In unenlightened times and places people are content to give way to their instincts; in some societies it is seen as normal, even as lawful, to enslave a defeated enemy and take his women as concubines. In enlightened times and places it is necessary to find rationalization and justification for such behavior…

April 20, 2018 at 1:50 pm ~new~

Great post. From my own small understanding I can tell that the guy is authentic. I am, and always have been since I started thinking as a child, a rationalist by temperament, but I had Satori experiences as a kid, as a result of wondering “Who am I?” intently – it happened maybe 4 or 5 times out of a dozen or so “tries,” and then by the beginning of adolescence eventually I couldn’t do it any more. It was like the ordinary sense of self became an overgrown jungle too thick to hack through. But I swear by all that’s holy, if you do put some serious effort into this stuff, you will bump up against the secret of the universe, against IT, THAT, the meaning of life, etc., etc. 3 months of serious effort at a retreat with no distractions and a simplified life, ramping up from 10-20 mins a day meditation, to 3 or 4 or more hours, will probably turn the trick and get you a “glimpse” at least. (Obviously people vary, and only a really experienced authentic teacher would be able to tell beforehand what your is.)

And yes, of Western writers, Aleister Crowley is probably the gold standard for writing on these matters (and one of the greatest stylists in the English language, to boot), and he really was something of a pioneer (though he is idiosyncratic and not necessarily to be taken as gospel in all things).

The problem is that authentic teaching is really hard to come by even in the East where these things are traditional. It’s very easy to fake it, because the “normies” don’t know from shit. Those who have been there know and can spot the fakers, but that’s no help to sincere normies looking for the real thing, and they can go down all sorts of blind alleys – and sometimes even fall into death traps. But if you just keep your wits about you and let your spider-sense guide you, you should be ok.

Also what tends to happen a lot is that someone gets a “glimpse” and they don’t realize that in the traditional teachings that’s just getting your foot in the door, so to speak – there’s a whole other mountain to climb that has to do with integrating that point of view into everyday life, and then being familiar enough with the material to teach it to others, if that’s your will, and that extended course is what people usually call “Enlightenment” in the full-blown sense.

But then the added wrinkle is that it’s not actually necessary to do any of it (IOW it’s no skin off God’s nose whether you’re enlightened or not, and you are fulfilling His Plan either way – it’s not like you get a gold star from Him for being a special, enlightened being). I liken it to riding a bicycle: bikes are great, everyone should learn how to ride a bike, it’s great fun, and you’re missing out on a fun, useful thing in life if you don’t know how to ride a bike.

Similarly, this enlightenment thing is everyone’s birthright, and at least a “glimpse” is something everyone (in the learn-to-ride-a-bike sense) try for, and try for, at least once in life, and when they get that glimpse they’ll have a depth of understanding of life that gives them a sense of perspective; but nobody to go the whole hog to full enlightenment.

Being an ordinary human being isn’t a sin, it’s what you’re “meant” to be. But being an ordinary human being is just that little bit more fulfilling, and if everyone did it, the world would probably be a better place, and certainly would fall out of use.

Addendum: re. Scott’s question about triangulation between Western (hermetic, etc.) systems and the Eastern. Basically “magic” strictly so-called, or magick, is lucid-dreaming-while-awake, and Jung’s take (that you’re exploring your “operating system” via the various symbolisms) is about right, I think, although even then, the question of how much of it is purely internal, and how much of it is to do with another “plane” of existence un-canvassed by science, is a question people have to explore for themselves. But even from the point of view of rational comparison, there’s a tantalizing similarity between the various geographically isolated systems. It’s instructive to look at Chinese magic in particular: generally there, you have the same type of paraphernalia as Western magick, right down to petitioning the celestial bureacracy (analogous to the invocation of angels and spirits in Western magick), talismans, rituals, etc., etc.

Now, there’s a relationship between this lucid-dreaming-while-awake and meditation, and most of the traditional systems have element of both (another major system, Tibetan Buddhism, has a lot of both). They tend to work in tandem, because what you learn in one helps you somewhat in the other. But the precise relationship is beyond my pay grade, all I can say is that there a link, even though they’re two distinct systems of practice.

April 20, 2018 at 2:04 pm ~new~

I worry about this, because I see this advice as often as I see the advice: ‘Your ego will try to get in the way and deflect, therefore expect to feel resistance to things that are good, and attraction to illusions and distractions.’

How can you tell if you’re following your instincts or your ego?

But if you just keep your wits about you and let your spider-senses guide you, you should be ok.

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