Category Archives: symbolism

A Comparative Method… Stuart France

…The Tetrahedron is the magical symbol for elemental fire. Fire has always carried with it a mystery. From earliest times it was thought the proper preserve of the Divine. For man to have gained this dangerous boon took especial cunning, … Continue reading

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From serpent to salamander

From the serpent stones of Arbor Low, we headed to the village of Youlgreave in search of tea and salamanders. There is a pub that provides the former and a church that provides a superb glimpse into the history of … Continue reading

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Self

For Colleen’s poetry challenge.

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The earth mourns…

Throughout the books written with Stuart France many stories are woven. This is another of those tales that is woven through the Doomsday series… and one of those upon which we drew for the Feathered Seer workshop. It tells the … Continue reading

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Smoke in the night…

Throughout the books written with Stuart France many stories are woven. This is one of those that weaves through the Doomsday series… and one of those upon which we drew for the Feathered Seer workshop… Years he had walked the … Continue reading

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The Feathered Seer- On the road

And so it begins. Today, after a final flurry of activity, I will head north after work with the car loaded with everything but the kitchen sink, for The Feathered Seer. Hopefully the car will behave and I’ll get there… … Continue reading

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Summer Gold by Steve Tanham

Summer struggles into Life So many leaves to feed Through soil still cold and branches bare She fructifies their need ⦿ Her power is fullness, often missed Rotation is her pride But neither spring nor golden fade Describe her yearly tide … Continue reading

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