Author Archives: Sue Vincent

About Sue Vincent

Sue Vincent is a Yorkshire-born writer and one of the Directors of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School. She writes alone and with Stuart France, exploring ancient myths, the mysterious landscape of Albion and the inner journey of the soul. Find out more at France and Vincent. She is owned by a small dog who also blogs. Follow her at scvincent.com and on Twitter @SCVincent. Find her books on Goodreads and follow her on Amazon worldwide to find out about new releases and offers. Email: findme@scvincent.com.

Discovering Albion- Day 3: Climbing the Tower

We decided to climb the tower of Chester Cathedral. The two hundred and sixteen steps to the top allow you through narrow passageways that have been closed to the public for a thousand years. We climbed the spiral staircase where … Continue reading

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Fulcanelli: Mysteries… Stuart France

* To round off our brief but succinct survey of the Alchemists, we shall give some examples from the works of those savants that we have so far considered. * First up, Fulcanelli… “…For us, gothic art (fr: art gotique) … Continue reading

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Bally’s Tale: Apple and Yew…

* …Afterwards the same uncanny man went to the south and accosted Elaine as she was resting from her travels in a sun-trap. “From whence do you come and where are you heading, unknown?” said Elaine. “From the mouth of … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent 2020! Rex the Hero and Jennie Fitzkee.

Dear Santa, Sometimes, you have to wonder at people… I mean, last time Rex told us one of his stories, he just told us about the things he sort of got in trouble for. It turns out, though, that he’s … Continue reading

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Waters

There is a pool; Its waters are held Within the chalice of earth Reflecting the sky. It sparkles, calm and still, Glinting in the sunlight, Glittering with the stars That play across its surface, As day turns to night turns … Continue reading

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Clarity #midnighthaiku

When the way opens Possibilities unfold Future crystal clear *

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The City and the Stars (7) : The Standing Stones of Stenness ~ Steve Tanham

The Standing Stones of Stenness are reduced in importance compared with their former status. But 5,000 years ago, they were the stone circle for the Ness of Brodgar spiritual city. Only later, in the period culminating in the deliberate act … Continue reading

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Discovering Albion- Day 3: Chester Cathedral

We should have known, of course, right from the first. It was there, written in flowers and earth… but although we saw, we didn’t see. How could we? Such signs and portents seldom become clear until after the fact and … Continue reading

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Face-off

* From shadowed hall, to hidden cache, once more into the light, The face of pure tranquillity presented to our sight. A Templar treasure painted from a Face by faith revered A pale expression of its joy, down through the … Continue reading

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Aurally Speaking…

  * “Why are there are so many different versions of ‘The Emerald Tablet’.” “It is an important text. Some hold that it alone contains the essence of the alchemical teaching, and most of the versions differ in only the … Continue reading

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