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How Blue Became Popular

Blue used to be a minor color with negative connotations in much of Western Europe, but now it’s the favorite color of over 50% of Europeans, and the color they wear more than any other. 494 more words


Tarot: Symbolism of the Fool

Hermit’s view on Aelius as the Fool

The Fool is Loki’s card, a card of infinite possibilities and beginnings. It’s an exciting card, of one just setting off on a journey. 623 more words



Agatha French writes flash that’s provocative, clever, and insightful over at this month’s issue of Gigantic Magazine online. Read it while it’s hip and current, and then be blown away by what she does with imagery, meaning, and language. 69 more words

The Light Inside

The moment when I loved myself the most, was the moment the whole world turned to look at me.
I had spent so very long simply waiting for them all to see… 203 more words


When Experts Fail: The Sacred and Profane in Art

An article published yesterday in The Art Newspaper regarding some important frescoes in Rome piqued my interest, and at the same time made me raise an eyebrow as I did further reading.   994 more words


Yard Sale

Having a yard sale.

Trying to get rid of stuff.

Browse through all my things.

You found something that you like!

Take my heart; it’s a great deal


August 2014 Tarotscope

The Tarot is a system of ancient spiritual knowledge and the mysteries of life. It is a complex language of symbols, numerology, astrology, qabbalah, and archetypes that taps into the energy, intentions, and messages of our higher Selves and the collective consciousness. 85 more words