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Sky Dancing: The sacred geometry of Jupiter, Saturn and Venus

25th September, 2018 Uncategorized

Image:       I almost leapt out of my chair while I was watching BBC2’s Horizon programme on Jupiter. The eminent scientist, who was explaining some of the images captured by NASA’s Juno spacecraft, showed a natural pentagram formed by storms on the surface. A configuration which was, he said, ‘stable and enduring.’ The Juno probe, as befitted an instrument named as a wife who parted the clouds with which the head god...

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Only in Ireland

31st May, 2017 Uncategorized

“The Irish: be they kings, or poets, or farmers, they’re a people of great worth. They keep company with the angels and bring a bit of heaven here to earth.” New Grange Central Chamber Approaching Belfast City airport is perhaps the only place on Earth where I’ve found myself circling ten times while ‘a fire-truck deals with an incident on the ground’. Serves me right for flying with a Pyrite Dragon who was determined to enjoy the flight before being marooned on the ground...

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Having a dragon day

6th January, 2016 Uncategorized

I had to go for a blood test yesterday. The rain had finally stopped and the sun came out. On the way over there was dragon’s breath everywhere. Snaking lines of it filling the gaps between the hills with tree tops poking through like sentinels to another world. I so wanted to take a picture but there was nowhere to stop. It’s a very narrow winding road and 4x4s barrel down it at speed. So I carried on until I reached Knowlton Church. One of my favourite places. Parking? Yes. But, no...

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At the turn of the year: Winter solstice 2015

22nd December, 2015 Uncategorized

The crystal dragon mountain is an enchanted place as you’ll have realised if you’ve been following these blogs. A liminal space where the veil between the worlds is thin. Past, present and future come face to face. Timeframes hang stacked in the air like pictures in a gallery. Ghostly figures lurk in hidden corners. Energies dance: a stately gavotte or a lively polka. It depends where you stand. ‘High’ celebrates ‘low’ and does not judge. Destruction may be all around but new...

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