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A pattern in the night

I couldn’t sleep. I’d gone to bed sleepy, read until I could read no more, then snuggled down expecting the inner lights to go out within minutes. An hour later I was still waiting… and wide awake. It might have … Continue reading

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Triads… Stuart France

* The ancients possessed a conception of numbers all but lost to modern times. Had they not possessed such a conception nothing could have led them to the ideas which were current in the Egyptian, Vedic, and Greek, Halls of … Continue reading

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Of quantity and quality… Stuart France

* ‘One thing good, two things better… Two things bad, one thing good.’ Count Jack Black * Reblogged from Stuart France

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Guest Writer and Reviewer : Emily Weatherburn – 0/5 for the book review system

Whether it’s a book, a film, or even an idea, we associate it with a certain numerical score. We can read Shakespeare’s Hamlet and give it a five-star review, and then read the latest instalment of the Fifty Shades of … Continue reading

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Stellar Interiori … Stuart France

‘…One becomes Two, Two becomes Three… And out of the Third comes One as the Fourth…’ – Mary the Prophetess. Plate One of Duvet’s Apocalypse. The Apocalypse of St John serves as more than just a Coda for the New … Continue reading

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