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This is the symbol, some have said, which will be the insignia of the coming revolution. 


I created this image with the thought of what a flower might look like that grew in a garden in deep space. 


This is one of a series of digitally painted pieces I created a year ago to express how I feel about journeying through time. All comments are welcome. 


This is one of a series of digitally painted pieces I created a year ago to express how I feel about journeying through time. All comments are welcome. 


This is my friend the Owl! In mythology, the Owl is silent wisdom and nocturnal vision, healing powers, magick, shadow work, deception. Athena, Lilith, and Blodeuwedd are all associated with owls, Blodeuwedd being transformed into an owl, Lilith having the claws of an owl, and Athena having an owl as her companion. Apprearing in the many versions of Priestess of Swords card in the tarot, the owl links the Priestess of Swords to Athena. The owl is said by some to be associated with occultists and students of the unknown, and with those who are living enigmas - paradoxes loving both logic and the illogical. In Germany and other parts of Europe, the call of an owl is a portent of coming death. An owl is pictured on card XIII of the Old Path Tarot flying before the shape of death, associating it with death and transformation. This death-call legend may link it to the myth of the banshee, and Lilith is associated with the death of children in some legends.

The owl as a spirit helper encourages exploration of the unkown, and the spending of time in illuminating meditation.  


This is how we imagine our retreat to manifest when life becomes overwhelming or fatiguing to us. A warming place, where the soul, energy, can re-establish the link to the source of all-being, the great center of creation! This image was created in World Builder and post-processed in PhotoImpact


This is one of a series of digitally painted pieces I created a year ago to express how I feel about journeying through time. All comments are welcome. 


It is said that before time began, the Great Mother sang a single note. That note is called the Oran Mhor, or Great Song, the song which brought about creation, and continues to reverberate down through time for all of eternity! The giver of life and death, the forever of existence! May we all listen to that note, and dance through this existence with joy and harmony


This is a representation of the Goddess coming to a planet for the first time and stirring the pot of creation.


The All-Seeing Eye is a single human eye surrounded by radiating beams of light. It is found in many eras and cultures. It is generally a symbol of the watchful and protective power of the Supreme Being, especially when that entity is considered in a solar or heavenly context. It appears on the Great Seal of the United States, and is among the many beautiful symbols of Freemasonry, where it represents the Great Architect of the Universe. It is also known as the Eye of God. In regions where the evil eye belief occurs, the All-Seeing Eye is one of many forms of reflective eye-charm used as apotropaic talismans against the this danger. In its specifically protective role, the All-Seeing Eye appears on at least one North American Good Luck Coin to guard the bearer from evil. The Mexican ojo de venado charm, an ancient shamanic amulet made from a psychedelic legume seed is given an eye-related name: ojo de venado means Deer Eye. The All-Seeing Eye also links with the Third Eye of Buddha in India.
"The common eye sees only the outside of things, and judges by that, but the 'all seeing eye' pierces through, and reads the heart and the soul, finding there capacities which the outside didn't indicate or promise, and which the other kind couldn't detect."
Mark Twain


This represents the transfer of soul in the embroynic state.


I created this with the thought in mind of light drawing in on itself.


The particular species of beetle represented in the numerous ancient Egyptian amulets and works of art was commonly the large sacred scarab (Scarabaeus sacer). This beetle was famous for his habit of rolling balls of dung along the ground and depositing them in its burrows. The female would lay her eggs in the ball of dung. When they hatched, the larvae would use the ball for food. When the dung was consumed the young beetles would emerge from the hole. Millions of amulets and stamp seals of stone or faience which were fashioned in Egypt depicted the scarab beetle.






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