About

“Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so.” ~Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

 

About the Author:

This probably isn’t much of a shocker, but Corvus Black (Corvi as I sometimes call myself) is a pen name. I have an amazing career that I Iove. Many of my clients are conservative Christians and because I speak about esoteric topics, earth-based religions, and counter-culture, I’d hate for my employer to be targeted for my eccentricities. I’m also a mom of a toddler, a vegetarian, a yogi, and a lover of nature. I’m based out of the west coast (USA) but I’ve lived all over this country. I enjoy following politics and current events and I naturally lean pretty liberal but I don’t follow party lines. I genuinely enjoy most people. I’ve been blessed to have an open heart and an open mind and I try to remember to honor where I am in my soul journey and to honor that place in others as well.

I hope that something will resonate with you and you’ll be inspired, like I have, to dive into these spiritual concepts and to enjoy the many mysteries of our universe. ∞

What Cosmic Twist (∞) is:

It’s a journal, a digital shoe box where we can keep concepts and ideas about anything off-center. Largely, I’ll be discussing new age spiritual concepts but I could easily delve into subjects like paganism and the occult, quantum physics, extraterrestrials, the paranormal, yoga and exercise, diet and nutrition, art and poetry, sexuality and maybe even some really controversial stuff… like politics.

What Cosmic Twist is not:

It’s not an exercise on English grammar. While I enjoy writing and fancy myself pretty good at it, I fear that if I overthink it, I’ll miss the point. Maybe one day someone will find this blog and some awesome conversations will come from it, but for now, I’m writing for me. We’re gonna keep it loose and concept-focused, not grammar-driven. I apologize in advance for typos and writing errors.

“Space is big. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it’s a long way down the road to the chemist’s, but that’s just peanuts to space.” ~Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galexy