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The Star of St George… Stuart France

* In a green hill, the hollow green hills, a dragon sleeps, tonight. * The red cross on the white shield of St. George is made up of red scales like the scales of the red dragon that wakes at … Continue reading

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Given III… Stuart France

* “The problem with ‘religious art’ is that whenever you start to enthuse about it people put you down as ‘God Squad’.” “And then impose their own conception of ‘God’ on you.” “Which is usually a hideously naive one.” “I’d … Continue reading

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Alpha et Omega… Stuart France

“Why is the Octave so important?” * * “Because it is simultaneously Both the end of one thing And the beginning of another.” * Source: Stuart France

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Given II… Stuart France

* “The really curious thing, is that, from below the Dragon looks quite menacing… Yet from above, less so.” * Source: Stuart France

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Clues II… Stuart France

* 30: ‘Five for Silver…’ … ‘Those pre-destined Were called Those called Were justified Those justified Were glorified.’ … Source: Stuart France

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Circles of Heaven III… Stuart France

* In the Great Circle of Time Progress half way around And the new becomes the old Up on a higher arc… * Source: Stuart France

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Circles of Heaven II… Stuart France

* What we now call ‘gods’ or ‘goddesses’, the ancients’ saw as spirits. How does one learn to safely cook a poisonous plant? By many deaths? Or, by contacting the plant’s spirit and asking? * Source: Stuart France

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