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A Language of Scale…

* Time and eternity are incommensurable. * Nothing is in time. Being is in eternity. * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Keys to Heaven: Gluttony… Stuart France

* The Norse God, Odin, hangs over all. His attendant wolves symbolise our lower self, and both their names can be translated, ‘greed’, which leads us to glut… * For most people the plan is simple: to experience all they … Continue reading

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Corporate Wisdom…

* The doors and windows of your homes have more locks than a prison cell. * This, perhaps, should not surprise us. * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Reflections…

* The single note to a symphony. A fracture to the form. One outcome amid a range of possibilities. * How the variation chases the theme, and each colour its true hue… * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Knot-Work…

* But perhaps there were other, less hazardous, ways of gaining the wisdom of the beyond, and integrating being into the personality. * * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Keys to Heaven: Planning… Stuart France

* Baldrick, famously, hatches cunning plans which always back-fire. * Dick Dastardly, equally famously, hatches devious plans which always back-fire, and he usually has to be saved from destruction by his pet dog, Muttley. * So, what is it that … Continue reading

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Knot-Work…

* But perhaps there were other, less hazardous, ways of gaining the wisdom of the beyond, and integrating being into the personality. * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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‘Wide Wanderer’…

* If confirmation were needed that the Norse God, Odin, is an ‘anthropomorph of the beyond’, we need only consider his animal familiars. * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Cross of the Sun…

* As an indication of the importance placed on symbolic form in the ancient world. * The Celtic Stone Cross of Kilkenny has a bare sun at the nadir, a right spiralled sun to the left of that, and a … Continue reading

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‘Proofs’…

* It is not possible to prove the existence of being, but Geometry can illustrate its fundamental necessity. * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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