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Which Doctor?…

* “Look, it’s Doctor Who!” “That’s not Doctor Who.” “I thought you liked Doctor Who?” “I do, but that’s not him, it’s just an actor!” * The actor in question was John Pertwee, who played The Doctor between January 1970 … Continue reading

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Digging deeper… with Anne Copeland

A story is told to engage the imagination and the sense of wonder. A tale that does so will stay in memory… making it a perfect vessel to hold a deeper meaning that may lie dormant until we are armed … Continue reading

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Two Aprils Inside the Magic of the Silent Eye ~ Alethea Kehas

With less than two weeks to go before we journey to the ancient land of Sumer for Lord of the Deep, Alethea Kehas, a Companion of the Silent Eye, shares her experiences with the Silent Eye’s April workshops: I’m not … Continue reading

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Costumes…

* “So what’s it all about, then?” “Oh, lots of things, like, duty and service, and honour, and love, and friendship, and devotion and good government, and bad…” “But ultimately?” “Ulitmately it’s about the need to balance polarity.” “Is that … Continue reading

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“White nights in Macbeth Country…”

The Silent Eye, in conjunction with Lodge Unicorn na h’Alba, invites you to join us for a magical weekend in Scotland, experiencing the “White nights in Macbeth Country…” Grantown on Spey, June 14-16th 2019. When we meet in June it … Continue reading

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La Chapelle Verte… Stuart France

* All stands hidden Out-of-sight At the heart of the cavernous world. * All lies sequestered Black but comely In the cavernous heart of man. * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Voices from the past

There was a jaw-dropping moment when it finally hit home… We knew the story… we had discussed it long before Stuart had started working with it. The ‘hero’ was a historical king who lived around five thousand years ago. About … Continue reading

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The Rotating Blade of Meaning (6) ~ Steve Tanham

(Above: the original Bell 30 which established commercial helicopter technology, and was invented and developed by Arthur M. Young. Picture Wikipedia, public domain) In our last post, we looked at those most frightening objects: numbers which are squared and cubed. … Continue reading

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Bill and Ben?

“Stand still…” I placed the newly-found basis of a godly crown upon his head. “I am not wearing a plant pot on my head!” To be fair, I should probably have waited until there was nobody else in this section … Continue reading

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The Round Ark?

* The story of Noah’s Ark is one of the first Biblical Tales that people in the western world hear. Yet the story far pre-dates the compilation of that venerable book. A tablet recently came to light dating back to … Continue reading

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