Friday, July 1, 2011
You dance inside my heart where no one sees you.
But sometimes I do, and that sight becomes this art.~Rumi
The wing and the wheel... they carry things away
Whether it's me that does the leavin' or the love that flies away
Blue Wings AG was a charter airline based in Germany, focussing on serving Turkey, the Middle East and Russia from its base at Düsseldorf International Airport;the headquarters were in Bocholt, Germany.
Green Wing is an award-winning British sitcom set in the fictional East Hampton Hospital.
A plaid or full plaid is a pleated cloth worn with the modern kilt, made from the same tartan and worn cast over the shoulder and fastened at the front.
The “Foto Flame” series was a short-lived, inexpensive attempt by Fender to compete with a growing “flame top” market.
Ruins of Tioram Castle seen from sea side, photo taken during holiday trip in 2007. Castle and surrounding area make perfect landscape, really beautifull place. Excellent for all-day long rest, far from any bigger town, very quiet and peacfull.
These are the colors of Xmas in New Mexico. The colors of luminarias, farolitos and softly falling snow.
Nature gives solace and recenters us back to our true self.~lisa meyer
A compass is any magnetically sensitive device capable of indicating the direction of the magnetic north of a planet's magnetosphere. The face of the compass generally highlights the cardinal points of north, south, east and west.
* The heptagram is known among Wiccans as the Elven Star or Fairy Star, a sacred symbol to those who follow the Faery tradition. Similarly, it has been adopted as an identifier by some members of the Otherkin subculture. Blue Star Wicca also uses the symbol, where it is referred to simply as a septegram. The heptagram is also a symbol of magickal power in other Pagan religions.
* The heptagram was used as a symbol in the Kabbalah, and later by Aleister Crowley and the Ordo Templi Orientis where it was known as the Star (or Seal) of Babalon.
* The heptagram is also used in Christianity to symbolize the seven days of creation and became a traditional symbol for warding off evil, thus the reason that most sheriff's badges are a heptagonal shape.
* The heptagram is also the symbol of perfection (or God) in many Christian religions.
* In alchemy, a seven-sided star can refer to the seven planets which were known to ancient alchemists.
Seven Pointed Stars, called "Faerie or Elven Stars" represent a gift from Faerie to humans to bridge the understanding between the Mortal human realm and that of Faerieland. The 7 pointed star is known as a gateway symbol, a Gate or entrance between our world and that of Faery, the Otherworld. Each point on the star represents a gateway or path of the Higher Self to prepare one for entrance into Faery.
Pointy hats have been a distinctive item of headgear of a wide range of cultures throughout history, suggesting an ancient Indo-European tradition. They were also traditionally worn by women of Lapland, the Japanese, the Mi'kmaq people of Atlantic Canada, the Huastecs of Veracruz, the Aztec and the Kabiri of New Guinea.
The sorcerer is a veil that used to hang on my bedroom door in CorralLess. It became a very frequent Sorce for my cameRA!
The essence of the wizard is transformation.~Deepak Chopra
'Flowers of my soul' intended to capture energy in their symmetry through balance and beauty.~Rob Shutter
Wisdom is not something we strive for directly, or think up with our intellects. It is more like we learn how to tune into our own truth, our own rhythm, and listen. Then we can simply hear it. Tuning into our inner voice can be like a lightening bolt when we hear it clearly.~Jamie St. Clair
These 3 wOManDalas were created frOM a photo of a patch of sunlight coming thru my tie-dye t-shirt!
We are all cosmic Dreamers, weaving the tapestry of manifestation with our visions. Where attention goes, energy flows.~Cathryn Tezha Swann
World peace can be achieved through inner peace. We need external disarmament, but first, inner disarmament is essential.~ His Holiness the Dalai Lama~November 17, 2005, Salve Regina University