Dear Wen XLVII

fast food raven (4)Dear Wen…

I see no reason why I should be blamed for the images in your head…

Slugs get a bad press okay, and they have a role in nature’s grand scheme, an important role, just like pigeons in fact, or rats, or ravens although obviously the roles are different…

I am afraid I am back on hierarchies… which undoubtedly exist in nature however in nature they don’t carry the same weight which we attribute to them. It is a bit like the symbolism of space which we discussed in MK… Higher isn’t better or worse than lower. Higher is higher and lower is lower, spatially speaking… and the terms really only designate a spatial relationship. The value judgements we bring to these things are simply our choices, and define our outlook…

birds test pics 251The beauty of the equilateral triangle is that it makes this obvious. The ‘highest point’ depends solely upon where one stands. All the points partake equally in both higher and lower simultaneously. Only by understanding this can a fourth dimension be accessed, a meeting in the middle to rise or fall, it doesn’t matter which, and which by definition sees all three points in their actuality as equal points on a flat plane.

Is fire superior to water or earth or air? This is an obviously nonsensical question as each of the traditional elements possesses their own qualities which essentially are neither better nor worse than any other… just different.

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Yes, it was the Aaron episode I was thinking of, snake or staff, in quantum terms wave or particle… etc.

I like your verb to divine… bones can be used to divine, entrails can be used to divine, the flight of birds can be used to divine, leaves can be used to divine, cards can be used to divine, twigs can be used to divine, crystals can be used to divine, rods can be used to divine… thumbs can be used to divine…

John was a divine…

Looking forward to the trip south… is a half-heard whisper the same as a half formulated question?sparrows 017

Of Stones and Staff would make a good chapter title… although that’s not quite right…
I shall bring my grater for the Cheese-Hound…

Love

Don x

About Sue Vincent

Sue Vincent is a Yorkshire-born writer and one of the Directors of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School. She has written a number of books, both alone and with Stuart France, exploring ancient myths, the mysterious landscape of Albion and the inner journey of the soul. She is owned by a small dog who also blogs. Follow her at scvincent.com and on Twitter @SCVincent Find her books on Goodreads and follow her on Amazon worldwide to find out about new releases and offers. Email: findme@scvincent.com

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