Tag: pagan poetry

The one that never thought of me

“What business had I to think of one that never thought of me?” – Anne Brontë – Agnes Grey –

Walpurgisnacht

Today is Walpurgisnacht, which also happens to mark the anniversary of under the pyramids. Today, under the pyramids turned four. And tomorrow, we will have a GIVE△W△Y to celebrate it!

Håvamål

Hidden Runes shalt thou seek and interpreted signs, Many symbols of might and power, By the great Singer painted, by the high Powers fashioned, Graved by the Utterer of gods. – Håvamål – Odin’s Quest, extract – The Norsemen believed the runes were created by the Gods and given to men through Odin. Odin’s Quest […]

Pyramids Poetry – La Folie Lunaire

Since the beginning of under the pyramids, I have been lucky enough to see my jewellery inspire artists whose work I admire … I will soon be sharing the results of some of these collaborations in a group exhibition that I am holding with lots talented artists and friends.

Aztec Moon Ritual

Coatlicue was the goddess of the earth and was also thought to have given birth to Centzonhuitznahuac -the stars- and Coyolxauhqui -the moon-. The moon and the stars were jealous of Huitzilopochtli -the sun-. Therefore Huitzilopochtli used the “serpent of fire” during his birth to defeat them. From that point forward, the stars and the […]

Anna Göldin, the last witch

I will come to you in the black of some terrible night and I will bring a pointy reckoning that will shudder you … I can make you wish you had never seen the sun go down ! – Arthur Miller – The Crucible –

Daughters of the Moon

But there’s a full moon risin’ / Let’s go dancin’ in the light We know where the music’s playin’ / Let’s go out and feel the night – Neil Young – Harvest Moon –

Poems for the microscope

Nature composes some of her loveliest poems for the microscope and the telescope. – Theodore Roszak –

Crystal Points

For a stone, when it is examined, will be found a mountain in miniature. The fineness of Nature’s work is so great, that, into a single block, a foot or two in diameter, she can compress as many changes of form and structure, on a small scale, as she needs for her mountains on a […]

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