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oracles of delphi in Chicago, O'Hare

big-woman body on
little-kid legs, how you
belch crudely and
chopstick along

little girl feet in
big hooker heels, how you
chime your bells and… 34 more words



“Know thyself”? If I knew myself, I’d run away.



Three in Canaan

This is Pythia’s one Law: in a closed system, every part has to work. Disobedience means death, if not immediately, then soon, death without appeal or mercy. 177 more words


Delphi and its Sacred Ways

I have a connection with Delphi going back to my Armidale Teachers College days.

Ancient Greece gave such a lot to the world, including architecture, philosophy and theatre. 694 more words


Some Cases of Burial Mounds (Part 2 of 3)

After being imprisoned in the cave of Polyphemus, Odysseus states that his name is “Nobody”: this or because the children that faced the initiation/rebirth ritual didn’t had a real, defined identity, didn’t had a real name and were not yet seen as true human beings, or because his previous self/identity was dead after the entry in the burial mound (Polyphemus’s cave); or for both reasons. 506 more words

European Traditionalism

Model drawing nr 2

In my research (Omphalos project) I start making realistic sketches of women and then try to change them, make them more “Gaia”.

And I also use different materials (charcoal, siberian coal, acrylic paint, black ink) and different sizes of paper. 15 more words


This one is a sketch made with oil paint. 40 x 50 cm: MEDUSA