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Which Maps Do You Really Need?

Mapping Experiences is about possibilities. In it, I highlight many of the existing tools for mapping experiences from different perspectives. Mapping an experience is not a singular activity, and there are many ways to go about it. 472 more words

Alignment Diagrams

Geography is Everywhere

If you enjoy tales of subterfuge, mystery, spying, and what the world looks like, in 2D on a slab of paper – here is a tremendous article in last week’s Atlas Obscura site, telling how the West began to comprehend and map the depths of oriental lands .   161 more words

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Maps! Maps! Maps!

Maps. They’re sometimes artifacts, often art, hopefully tools, and all wrapped in a bit of magic. They’re a fantasy writers friend, but too often cursed to the point of phobia. 235 more words

Writing

I Have Walked the Sign of the Cross

Something just occurred to me. While I was at the retreat at Holy Cross Monastery two weeks ago, I had this really brief vision. I saw an image of a map of all the places I’ve lived, and I saw that by connecting those places with lines, it formed the shape of a cross. 569 more words

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Labyrinth of the Week #4: Trinity Episcopal Church, Mt. Pocono

I enjoy walking labyrinths. Labyrinths are maze-like structures that have been used as spiritual tools for centuries. There are many of them around, and I have started the habit of trying to visit them, perhaps once a week. 653 more words

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Shadow Eternal; Light Unending

Today: The Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, Ch. 25.

At last, the finale. We’re about to come face to face with the titular Shadow Dragon. 2,610 more words

Fire Emblem

The Master of War

Today: The Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, Ch. 23.

This is the one where we win against Gharnef. 2,752 more words

Fire Emblem