Tag Archives: perception

Who says you can’t?

“Wanted: Experienced male window-dresser. 20+, full clean driving licence. Must be prepared to travel.” Back in the days when one could advertise for precisely the staff member you wanted without the risk of appearing politically incorrect, that was the advert … Continue reading

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Being three…

Childhood memories Perception and emotion Reanimated Technicolor images Played on the screen of the heart * My youngest granddaughter was three at the weekend. Her parents hired a bouncy castle for the day; Imogen and her big sister dragged the … Continue reading

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Wayland: White Horse… Stuart France

* But according to some, Wayland has far more onerous responsibilities than shoeing the horses of passing way farers… * A group of local lads were enjoying a drink one evening at the White Horse Inn, Woolstone, when an unknown … Continue reading

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Wayland: The Blessed Isles… Stuart France

* The tone of the tale once Britain is reached, becomes very different… * Alighting on Berkshire’s High Downs, Wayland came upon an ancient chambered tomb, and made it his home. Continue reading at France & Vincent

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Wayland: Silver-Smith of Souls… Stuart France

* There are a number of intriguing aspects to the legend of Wayland Smithy… The earliest written sources appear late and are decidedly piecemeal. * Wayland is the son of a God, Giant, or King of the Otherworld. He is … Continue reading

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Wilfully blind…

I may sit with my back to most of the house a lot, but I still have to do the housework. I can’t ignore it, even though I can’t necessarily see it. I know it is there and, if I … Continue reading

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The pan-dimensional mouse

I have spent a lot of time lately working with two-dimensional representations of multidimensional states. No, I don’t mean anything arcane and mystical… or something that belongs in the realm of science fiction either. I’ve been working with pictures. We … Continue reading

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Menorah?… Stuart France

Menorah as Chalice * … The Book of Revelation can be described as a book of arcane symbolism. * It seems to me astonishing that such a work should have been accepted into the recommended canon when so many other … Continue reading

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Monsters #midnighthaiku

Strange creatures lurking What is feared may yet be loved True nature hidden

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Priest of the Sun III – (A Thousand Miles of History)

Maiden Castle – Dorchester * … “Whither goest thou, Priest of the Sun?” “I go hence to the High Place for the soul is in need.” “What is that need?” “The need is Light.” “And what will you give for … Continue reading

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