Myriam Hildotter

  • I am not sure, but I think that something similar has been discussed in the past. If I remember correctly, I think that it was said that it would be best to create a new world for such purposes, and not to use the Motherland.

  • Myriam Hildotter posted a new activity comment 2 years, 8 months ago

    Thank you for your kind words, Miss Bryce. I am glad if the article was helpful to you.

  • I wrote an article on the Apple Seed as a response to this question. I hope it helps somewhat.

    Here is the link: The World Illusion, Truth, and Literal Facts

  • If one wishes to embody mature elegance, I can not think of any better examples than those that are found in the Anime we recommend here (which are very different than Western-style “cartoons”). While, of course, one can find plenty of child-like kawaii role models, there also exist many Obasan (aunt-age maids) and Obaasan (grandmother-age maids)…[Read more]

  • I do not know if what I have to add will be any more helpful than what Honored Sushuri-chei said, but maybe it will.

    The either/or, right/wrong world view of Western thought really does lead to some strange ideas, I think. I do not know very much about Christian Science, but I have encountered New Age movements that avoided physical medicine as…[Read more]

  • I am now in the midst of the Chibi Usa story arc, and I am in the part in which Sailor Pluto is introduced.  I will likely write more about it later (perhaps in a blog article), but so far, everything seems to be sound (or at least not unsound), including Sailor Pluto.

    From what I understand so far, Sailor Pluto is the solitary guardian of the…[Read more]

  • Honored Fräulein Berstein,

    I have been worried about many things lately, but this morning, before I came online or checked any messages, I had a vision of a burst of sunlight coming and disbursing the Darkness.  Then I did check my messages, and lo and behold, there was this beautiful post and explanation that you wrote.  Thank you so much!

    I th…[Read more]

  • A Rhavic/Sushuric gender system does not sound like it would be all that pleasant for the Sushuric gender, does it?  The Vikhelic/Sushuric gender system we see here on Telluria seems difficult enough for femini.

    The Rhavic principle is an interesting one though.  This is the principle that sets the boundaries of existence, and encompasses the e…[Read more]

  • While we are in the realm of theory and speculation, I have had some speculations of my own about this subject.

    I think that it is likely that any gender system would need to have a Sushuric gender if it were to be procreative.  Sai Sushuri is the Janya associated with procreation.  We tend to downplay this because in West Telluria, She is o…[Read more]

  • Yes, Honored Miss Rose, animals can rise above or fall below their thamë, but as you say, it is rare.  An example we have been given is that a dog can save the life of her Mistress, or she can go rogue and attack her Mistress.  Most of the time, though, a dog is just going to be a dog.

    I also think that for animals, it is not an every day ch…[Read more]

  • My brunette has noticed that she cannot begin to change a flat tire without a masculi coming to help…often doing it for her.  She generally just lets them, and only really gets annoyed when they do not know what they are doing (but she never shows her annoyance…at least to them).  She does know how to change a tire quite competently, but she s…[Read more]

  • Myriam Hildotter posted an update in the group Group logo of AnnouncementsAnnouncements 3 years, 1 month ago

    [bpfb_link url=’’ title=’The Importance of Holidays | The Temple of the Home’ image=’′]I recently read a discussion about Epiphany as a celebration of Light.  In that…[Read more]

  • Rayati Honored Miss Rose,

    Being that we are so far from the Motherland and the temples, we really do not have a lot of ceremonial acts available to us (to my knowledge).  There are some simple things one can use though.  Sage is always good, particularly for purifying one’s home.  Mental images of sunlight (and actual sunlight) can also be he…[Read more]

  • I really love the new introductory article about how to become a part of us.  It is so good to have a clear guide for the “one girl in a thousand” to help her in finding her way into our garden.

    I have to admit, though, that I had a few initial worries about the part that said that for girls serious about being a part of us, learning Japanese…[Read more]

  • Myriam Hildotter posted an update in the group Group logo of AnnouncementsAnnouncements 3 years, 1 month ago

    [bpfb_link url=’’ title=’Making Space for Nativity | The Temple of the Home’ image=’′]This year, Nativity was quite a hectic time for me.  For the first year, I was the hostess for the…[Read more]

  • Oh, I LOVE the term, “enchanted commodities.”  It really says so much.

    In Telluria, prior to coming here, I only really heard the term “animism” used in a dismissive way….often in response to my attempts to explain what I believed…about astrology, and about other matters.  West Tellurians have a strange way of assigning a term to something, a…[Read more]

  • That is really fascinating, Honored Sushuri-chei!

    In astrology, when one casts a Nativity Chart, one uses the time of the infant’s first breath as the birth time.  教えてくれてありがとうございます。(“Thank you for kindly teaching this to us.”)

  • I honestly do not know a huge amount about the history of bifurcs, but I do believe that they are a very late development in clothing, even for Tellurian masculi.  Interestingly enough, in almost all Tellurian cultures, it is masculi who seem to start the trend towards deracination and away from traditional clothing.  Femini have seemed to c…[Read more]

  • Rayati Honored Miss Lydia,

    Please give me your loving indulgence.  Welcome to Shining World!

    I never thought that I had the ability to learn another language either.  Even though my Tellurian grandparents were immigrants to the U.S. from Sweden, I never learned more than a few words here and there of Swedish (and I pronounce them badly).  I to…[Read more]

  • That really is SO interesting, isn’t it?  It really does seem like an idyllic world, doesn’t it?

    I also find it interesting how the main villain, Baikinman, is handled.  Baikinman, of course, is not a nourisher and will greedily take anything he can get his hands on (heee…and his spaceship literally has hands….lots of them).  Yet, in a st…[Read more]

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