Well, just because I think it looks cool and near impossible to write off memory, this is how it’s spelled in the original Japanese: 幻想魔伝最遊記—awesome!
Back when I wrote Manga Mondays: Dragon Ball Z, I briefly talked about Saiyuki, since both it and the original Dragon Ball are based on the same story. So yes, there is a character named Son Goku, and he is a monkey god. Well, actually, he’s a demon in this version, but he used to live in heaven, so what the hell?
It’s that time again! This week’s Web Crush is The Pagan Perspective.
Did you ever want to know anything about Paganism, Neopaganism, or Wicca? I certainly did. Paganism is one of those religions that really gets the shaft when it comes to studying religion. Why? Well, I have various guesses, but whatever the reason, you don’t often see colleges or universities offering classes on Paganism, which really is unfortunate.
When I was younger, I rejected the Catholic faith I was brought up in and became an atheist for a time, but not long after I began to accept the idea of a higher power once again and began to look at other religions. Paganism was one I looked at but sadly I couldn’t find much in the way of reliable or informative sources. Perhaps if I had found The Pagan Perspective I would have consider the religion more thoroughly.
The Pagan Perspective boasts practitioners of various beliefs, ages, and genders taking and answering online questions about Paganism. It’s an extremely informative and enjoyable site I suggest you all check it out.