Category Archives: symbolism

The value of fluff…

Any journey has to start somewhere…and the only place you can start is at the beginning. For each of us, the spiritual journey will look very different… but at some point along the way, we all encounter what is known … Continue reading

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Wings of love

The red kites are teasing me again, circling low over the garden… until I grab the camera, disappearing in their typical fashion as soon as the lens is pointed skywards. They were at it all morning, yet all I managed … Continue reading

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Fragments of Light

I was talking with my son about the way life works out. The daily round of events and occurrences great and small that seem to be scattered, like pieces of broken glass, across the table of time. Some events hit … Continue reading

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Ancient stories

One of the things that have struck home over the past few years, wandering around the churches of Britain, is just how much we learn and understand from stories and images. The record held in these ancient places goes back … Continue reading

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Days of Honey ~ From The Osiriad…

“When the sun rose once again it was more than a new dawn for the world. A new order, a new era had begun. And it was time. We from whom the stars were seeded were sent to earth to … Continue reading

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Cusp of the Moon: cobblers…

* …“You must make a name for yourself,” said Branwen, and she looked from one to the other of them. “Now, how are we to do that?” said Greidyawl-the-Wise, and he scratched his chin as he chewed, looked to the … Continue reading

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The Yoke of all Craft…

*** …The torchbearers hurriedly re-lit the torches of Dun Culhwch. “Why, a veritable master of all the crafts we have here, it would seem,” said Big Chief Hawthorn, “but let a seat be brought for this man who has asked … Continue reading

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Fire and Ice…

Isaz * … Merlin’s bonds were loosed and he was told that if he explained his laughter in the city streets he would be free to return to the forests of Caledonia. * Continue reading at France & Vincent

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Two Sticks…

Naudiz * … Once more constrained by the bonds of capture, Merlin became morose. * He went on hunger strike. * Continue reading at France & Vincent

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Re-Capture…

Hagalaz * …As Merlin fled, the King’s Men rushed out of the city and followed him in pursuit. * But Merlin was so far ahead of them that he would have made the safety of the forest were it not … Continue reading

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