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Cut Up Lunacy

 

You can never hold on to something that is truly beautiful; not without any consequences. There is a reason why roses have thorns.
— Adam Stanley

 

This is the house of the moon and the god forms are treated more eternal. Our job would be relatively simple, This is one of the rewards of playing around with symmetry. The role of the animal within is introduced alongside what are called “blocks to becoming” A becoming animal always involves
their thought. All we had to do was put everyday language into equation form and understand that the virgin whore is not simply a blend of the two poles. the snake weaving its way through…
showing that there is always more than the reality we know
(shadow abyss… apple, strange fruit as we all hang)
there is power in each surge…every touch of the abyss shakes the bubble reality as the entrance to the lunar mansion closes upon us.
Blessings, G

 

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Desiring BeingDesiring Being by G A Rosenberg

 

Sphere of InfluenceSphere of Influence by G A Rosenberg

 

You Shall Be Free

“You shall be free indeed when your days are not without a care, nor your nights without a want and a grief, but rather when these things girdle your life and yet you rise above them naked and unbound.”
― Kahlil Gibran

 

Can you picture a life free from care, free from want never with anything to grieve over? Can you imagine no challenges that come up, no arguments or trouble? Wow, then what would it take to encourage growth? How would I see where my blind spots were? I can’t imagine that a life like that would be anything but stagnant. I want to have challenges that I learn from. I want to know grief and sometimes anger and hurt. I want to know them for what they are and find the joy and lesson that comes from dealing with each one. I will dare the thorn for the gift of the rose’s beauty always.
Blessings, G

 

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New GatewayNew Gateway by G A Rosenberg

 

The Eye of the StoneEye of the Stone by G A Rosenberg