In Middle-earth, there are various ways of seeing things far away both in distance and in time – the palantíri and Galadriel’s Mirror, to name two. 633 more words
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Skulls have always fascinated me, particularly skulls associated with el Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) or La Calavera Catrina. My feelings are best described as a profound reverence for the artistic beauty with which different cultures attribute to bones and 801 more words
The inspiration for this post comes from my reading about Neptune in Capricorn and how it is seen as a detriment in traditional astrology. Well, in my view and what has been given to me is each sign and planet has its own set of strengths despite perceived weaknesses. 1,342 more words
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“Before all things,” commences a phrase in one ritual, “are the chaos, the darkness, and the gates of the land of night.” It is in this dark, chaotic night so blindly called life, a night in which we struggle, labor, and war incessantly for no reasonable end, that we ordinary human beings stumble and proceed about our various tasks.