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Perspectives on Perception… Stuart France

‘The Seed at Zero.’ * The Circle is Time Six of the Nine Process through time Three of the Nine Are outside time: Divine. Yet still impact And impinge in time By impelling this processional motion. * ‘ Six of … Continue reading

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Baby Bear… Stuart France

Carreg Coetan Arthur *  Otherwise, ‘Arthur’s Quoit.’ Of which there are a goodly number dotted about our Blessed Isles. Which makes me wonder… It is hard not to regard this Arthur as a giant too. And indeed the folk record … Continue reading

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Practical Geometry… Stuart France

* ‘My goal is to teach practical geometry to our students, not as something new, but rather as a collation of older scattered material. Say what you will. I think our predecessors worked miracles. They had immense energy, and tried … Continue reading

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Archaeology… Stuart France

* All that… * * becomes one… * * does so… Continue reading at Stuart France

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Time Frame… Stuart France

‘The concept of ‘darkness’ was revealing. It is where light ends. But I also realised that darkness is not the absence of light but the antithesis of light. In other words, they are aspects of each other. Light and dark … Continue reading

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Time After Time… Stuart France

* … “Ah, you’ve left the matrix in this time, that’s good,” says Ben, he pauses, “Why sages?” “You would regard Christ as a sage would you not?” “I would indeed.” “Christ is often pictured in a Vesica.” “It is … Continue reading

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Ego and Essence… Stuart France

* “Individuality, however we may hug its chains, is a partial and definite modality of being: ‘I’ is defined by what is ‘not-I’, and thus imprisoned.” – A.K. Coomaraswamy. * In philosophy there is a famous dictum relating to thesis, … Continue reading

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The Giant and the Sun – The Great Hill II

(Continued from Part I) Halfway across the length of Maiden Castle, the terrain changes. It is a slight demarcation… little more than a step ‘up’ at one end… yet the change is palpable. While the western entrance leads onto a … Continue reading

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The Giant and the Sun – The Great Hill

Our final site of the official weekend workshop was Maiden Castle, an enormous prehistoric structure just outside the Roman town of Dorchester. We gathered in the car park beneath the hillfort and began the climb to its gates. The name, … Continue reading

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The Giant and the Sun – Accident or Design

Although the hexagram was the main ‘pattern in the landscape’ that we had come to investigate… with a little help from the Giant on the hillside… there was another pattern that had been intriguing our companions… that of the crop … Continue reading

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