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And Your Very Flesh Shall Be A Great Poem


Water colour flower tattoo

This version of the Ludlow blazer is woven in cotton, silk and linen from a renowned Italian mill and is partially constructed—in other words, it's made with a specially developed interior that offers some structure but, because of the soft shoulder, maintains a laid-back look. This also means it's lighter, more casual and ideal for warm weather. It's the kind of jacket that you throw over an armchair rather than put on a hanger, but still looks polished. <ul><li>Ludlow fit.</li><li>Italian ...

Ludlow sportcoat in Italian cotton-silk-linen

This version of the Ludlow sportcoat is woven in wool from England's Abraham Moon (considered one of the finest mills in the world). The jacket itself is partially unconstructed—in other words, it's made with a specially developed interior that offers <i>some</i> structure but, because of a soft shoulder, maintains a more laid-back look than traditional sportcoats (aka, it's lighter and a bit more casual). <ul><li>Ludlow fit.</li><li>Wool.</li><li>Notch collar.</li><li>Chest pocket, waist ...

Ludlow sportcoat in heathered English wool

Symbols of the Minoan Goddess Religion

Symbols of the Minoan Goddess Religion | Labyrinthos Potnia

Minoa. The Bull was a central theme in the Minoan civilization, with bull heads and bull horns used as symbols in the Knossos palace. Minoan frescos and ceramics depict the bull-leaping ritual in which participants of both sexes vaulted over bulls by grasping their horns. Crete For the Greeks, the bull was strongly linked to the Bull of Crete: Theseus of Athens had to capture the ancient sacred b...See More

Anonymous (Minoan). 'Snake Goddess,' 1600 BC. black steatite. Walters Art Museum (23.196): Acquired by Henry Walters, 1929.

Ancient Cretan tetradrachma coin depicting the legendary Labyrinth (ΚΝΩΣΙΩΝ), home of the Minotaur. c. 300 BC

Silver and gold rhyton in the shape of a bull's head from Grave 4 in Grave Circle A at Mycenae.

Mycenae in Greece

Bronze Age Etruscan Art: Pottery ETRUSCAN FASCES IS ALMOST READY C.1500BC Knossos Palace Crete

Minoan Art Pottery

triglifos-y-metopas: Two bees arranged about a honey comb, gold pendant with appliqué and granulated ornament. Mallia, Crete, Greece. 1700-1550 B.C. (Middle Minoan) [Heraklion Archaeological Museum]

Phoenician grave stele from Tophet in Carthage (modern Tunisia). Such grave markers were set up over burial urns for small children and animals which had been sacrificed to the goddess Tanit and her consort Baal Hammon. Canaanite symbolism: sun,crescent moon and triangle; the goddess below. British Museum, London. - This stele comes from the Tophet in Carthage

In the Ugaritic texts Athirat is the consort of the god El; there is one reference to the 70 sons of Athirat, presumably the same as the 70 sons of El. She is also called Elat ("Goddess", the feminine form of El; compare Allat) in Akkadian texts appears as Ashratum (Antu), the wife of Anu, the God of Heaven. Among the Amarna letters a King of the Amorites is named Abdi-Ashirta, "Servant of Asherah".

Plants sprout from a female figure's head. Mycenae, Greece.

Tree tattoo, love the way this tree looks.

The Priestess archetype is the domain of intuitive awareness and insight, of secret or “occult” (that which is hidden) knowledge of the unknown, spirit realm.

consciousness arising from the sea of unconsciousness

I'd like to know more about this. Is every character in a story one of these?

About the Golden Ratio: The Golden Ratio can be illustrated within special dimensions of Sprials, Triangles and Rectangles where the ratio of the length of the short side to the long side is .618, was noted by ancient Greek architects as the most visually pleasing rectangle and its dimensions were used to construct buildings such as the Parthenon.

1,1,2,3,5,8...The Golden Ratio

French Legal Document. 1800s.