Why we study the Mysteries

“Sir Francis Bacon was apparently a [Knight’s] Templar using a Template to create an axis and Templum that defined the Temporal fabric.” I’m indebted to the author Cort Lindahl for the above pearl of wisdom in his book The Geographic Mysteries of Sir Francis Bacon, which I highly recommend. In a nutshell, he describes why…

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Brigid the Bright One, the Sleeping Beauty and the Hollow Hills

In the old faery lore of Wessex, Brigid is the beautiful woman sleeping and dreaming under the green mantle of the Hollow Hills where she is protected by a briar rose thorn thicket, and she will only awaken when the Three Utterances — man, animal and faery — come together in Harmony and Love to…

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The journey into the Underworld to find the Sleeping Beauty in the Hollow Hills of Faery

we are taken by the spirits to be shown various phenomena — landscapes, paintings, movies etc — pictures which speak a thousand words, in unimaginably vivid colours, in the form of metaphorical messages for us to unravel. It’s Through the Looking Glass writ large. It’s the Mother Jefferson Starship of all Trippy Artwork.

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