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One Thing (After Another)…

* The soil of circumstance Yields treasures of the soul Continue reading at France & Vincent

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Sound of waves…

* After holidaying three years running at White-Lake, Mother decided it offered more congenial surroundings than sooty Colton in which to bring up a family so she put it to Father that we really ought to move there for good. … Continue reading

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Claw-in-Glove…

* Wherever the spirit of industry triumphs over the aristocratic spirit woman aspires to the economic and legal independence of a clerk. * Continue reading at France & Vincent

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Pieces of Nietzsche by Stuart France

* NEW EUROPEANS   The desire for Truth. That ‘temptress to risk’. The veracity which all ‘lovers of wisdom’ revere. * What questions this desire calls forth! What weird and wicked queries! * Continue reading at France & Vincent

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Shivering River…

* The traditional number of runes stands at twenty-four. A colt has twenty-four milk teeth. Sleipnir is a colt. * Continue reading at France & Vincent

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Keys to Heaven?

* Are they trying to tell us something, these Skalds? For one thing, Asgard’s wall never gets finished… * There is an old saying in Albion, relating to the Key to a Door… * Continue reading at France & Vincent

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Wild Hunt…

* Loki’s apparently innocuous parting statement, “He will even take you into the land of the dead and back out again.” could be read as instigating an infamous legend. * Continue reading at France & Vincent

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Odin’s Steed…

* We have to travel far and wide before we can comprehend this story, but in psychological terms ‘Loki’ is straightforward enough. He represents the shadow side of the personality. * In the Myth Cycle as a whole, Loki’s binding … Continue reading

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Sleipnir…

* The next morning when the horseman led Svadilfari to the stone quarry he knew that the wall of Asgard would be completed on time and that the Goddess Freyja was to be his. * He took to humming a … Continue reading

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Svadilfari…

* Long before the Shining One arced into sky, our horseman had already started work. * With net and horse, he found an old stone quarry and began to heave the massive stone slabs, which lay all about, into his … Continue reading

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