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When The Gods Were Half Human is an exploration of pain, love and personal transformation which delves- poignant and irreverent- into questions of being and transcendence that blur the line between sacred and mundane. Viscerally poetic and as personal as it is universal, these selected works represent an invitation to feel our humanity more deeply, to remember our innocence, to reclaim our pain and to peer beneath the surface of life’s still waters running deep.

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Kaelum Gaynes is a peripatetic bohemian warrior poet most often found somewhere between Southern California and Seattle. A writer of poetry, children’s books, creative non-fiction and music. His work—fueled mostly by existential crisis and matcha lattes—commonly seeks to facilitate a discourse (both individually and culturally) that stokes the glowing embers of humankind’s reach for higher expressions of collective existence. Raised in the Midwest within a fundamentalist evangelical ideology, his first existential crisis came around the age of 18 and would subsequently become a life-long habit of personal transformation.  His formal studies of Historical Theology and Western Philosophy, as well as Eastern Philosophy and Taoist Medicine, have informed an ever-expanding (and deeply humbling) worldview, a tireless commitment to question everything, and a fundamental shift from thinking to feeling.

“In all my exploration I have come to believe two things with absolute certainty, that the truth of the Universe can be found wearing many different faces in the values, myths and religions of all races, cultures and creeds throughout history…and that you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. If you’re not free yet, your truth is not yet complete.”

From my podcast (The Dirty Spirituality Podcast)

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When The Gods Were Half Human is an exploration of pain, love and personal transformation which delves- poignant and irreverent- into questions of being and transcendence that blur the line between sacred and mundane. Viscerally poetic and as personal as it is universal, these selected works represent an invitation to feel our humanity more deeply, to remember our innocence, to reclaim our pain and to peer beneath the surface of life’s still waters running deep.

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Kaelum Gaynes is a peripatetic bohemian warrior poet most often found somewhere between Southern California and Seattle. A writer of poetry, children’s books, creative non-fiction and music. His work—fueled mostly by existential crisis and matcha lattes—commonly seeks to facilitate a discourse (both individually and culturally) that stokes the glowing embers of humankind’s reach for higher expressions of collective existence. Raised in the Midwest within a fundamentalist evangelical ideology, his first existential crisis came around the age of 18 and would subsequently become a life-long habit of personal transformation.  His formal studies of Historical Theology and Western Philosophy, as well as Eastern Philosophy and Taoist Medicine, have informed an ever-expanding (and deeply humbling) worldview, a tireless commitment to question everything, and a fundamental shift from thinking to feeling.

“In all my exploration I have come to believe two things with absolute certainty, that the truth of the Universe can be found wearing many different faces in the values, myths and religions of all races, cultures and creeds throughout history…and that you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. If you’re not free yet, your truth is not yet complete.”

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When The Gods Were Half Human is an exploration of pain, love and personal transformation which delves- poignant and irreverent- into questions of being and transcendence that blur the line between sacred and mundane. Viscerally poetic and as personal as it is universal, these selected works represent an invitation to feel our humanity more deeply, to remember our innocence, to reclaim our pain and to peer beneath the surface of life’s still waters running deep.

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Kaelum Gaynes is a peripatetic bohemian warrior poet most often found somewhere between Southern California and Seattle. A writer of poetry, children’s books, creative non-fiction and music. His work—fueled mostly by existential crisis and matcha lattes—commonly seeks to facilitate a discourse (both individually and culturally) that stokes the glowing embers of humankind’s reach for higher expressions of collective existence. Raised in the Midwest within a fundamentalist evangelical ideology, his first existential crisis came around the age of 18 and would subsequently become a life-long habit of personal transformation.  His formal studies of Historical Theology and Western Philosophy, as well as Eastern Philosophy and Taoist Medicine, have informed an ever-expanding (and deeply humbling) worldview, a tireless commitment to question everything, and a fundamental shift from thinking to feeling.

“In all my exploration I have come to believe two things with absolute certainty, that the truth of the Universe can be found wearing many different faces in the values, myths and religions of all races, cultures and creeds throughout history…and that you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. If you’re not free yet, your truth is not yet complete.”

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Kaelum Gaynes is a peripatetic bohemian warrior poet most often found somewhere between Southern California and Seattle. A writer of poetry, children’s books, creative non-fiction and music. His work—fueled mostly by existential crisis and matcha lattes—commonly seeks to facilitate a discourse (both individually and culturally) that stokes the glowing embers of humankind’s reach for higher expressions of collective existence. Raised in the Midwest within a fundamentalist evangelical ideology, his first existential crisis came around the age of 18 and would subsequently become a life-long habit of personal transformation.  His formal studies of Historical Theology and Western Philosophy, as well as Eastern Philosophy and Taoist Medicine, have informed an ever-expanding (and deeply humbling) worldview, a tireless commitment to question everything, and a fundamental shift from thinking to feeling.

“In all my exploration I have come to believe two things with absolute certainty, that the truth of the Universe can be found wearing many different faces in the values, myths and religions of all races, cultures and creeds throughout history…and that you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. If you’re not free yet, your truth is not yet complete.”

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