Daniel Moler

Daniel Moler is a writer, artist, educator, philosopher, esotericist, and all-round student of life. Daniel has published fiction and nonfiction works around the world in magazines, journals, gaming modules, online, and is the author of Machine Elves 101 and Red Mass, as well as a contributor to Ross Heaven’s book Cactus of Mystery. Among being trained in a variety of alternative spiritual arts, including the Holy Qabalah, Daniel is a sanctioned teacher of the Pachakuti Mesa Tradition, a form of Peruvian shamanism brought to the U.S. by respected curandero don Oscar Miro-Quesada.

Embracing our Divinity: Thoughts on the Upper World

Previously, I wrote about the Ukhupacha (the Lower World) and the Kaypacha (the Middle World) in conjunction with teaching the corresponding weekends of the Pachakuti Mesa Apprenticeship Series. I recently co-taught the third weekend of the Apprenticeship series with my wife, Autumn. After delving into the other two worlds, we finally explore the Hanaqpacha.

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The Sweetness of the Sting

Just recently my family and I vacationed to some sites up north, one of them being the Indian mounds in Aztalan, Wisconsin. While the kids were off playing in the woods my wife and I sat on top of the mounds, a stepped ziggurat which operated as the tribe’s prime ceremonial center. Yet...

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