Charity and a Knight

I have to wonder, “Is anything random anymore?” Here I am walking randomly through the streets of Florence. I was on a high as I had just completed a year long quest for the Four Elements. This was basically some down time, so to speak. I wandered the picturesque streets eating ice cream (of course) and enjoying the flotsam and jetsam of life. At one point I walked by a lady sat within a doorway drinking tea from a plastic cup. I don’t know why but she sticks in my mind as I pass her by. Continuing my leisurely and aimless walk some twenty or so minutes later I am drawn to a shop. Looking in the window I see some small statues of Knights. Not that surprising I suppose, considering that there is some Knight influences in the history of Florence....

Immortality and Mad Jacks Tomb

Immortality and Mad Jacks Tomb

I often feel that people put too much emphasis on ley lines. These invisible subtle energy pathways seem to hold an endless fascination with some people. For me, the more interesting energies are their constituent energies – the male and female earth and celestial energies that ley lines transport from point to point in the landscape. Nevertheless, on a sunny Spring evening, just as the sun was beginning to set, I found myself at one of Sussex’s most odd structures called Mad Jack Fuller’s Tomb – an over-sized pyramid tomb in the very small village of Brightling. I was therefore quite surprised to discover that the most interesting thing about this structure was its ley line connection, and how that connected with the idea of immortality....