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« immagine »   Le cose accadono come già scritte, da una mano invisibile, in un segreto copione. Le vediamo accadere senza un perché mentre le domande che ci poniamo, sempre, restano senza risposta alcuna. Con l'esperienza ci si rende conto che è inutile anche porsele. E' così e basta.   Difficile ...

The Clotho and Lachesis Moire intent to weave the thread of fate. The Moira Atropos sits waiting inexorable sever it - John Strudwick, A Golden Thread.

“Having a body that is like a musical instrument, open enough to be able to resonate, literally resonate with what is coming both from the inside and from the outside, so that one is able to surrender to powers greater than oneself.” (Marion Woodman)

“Having a body that is like a musical instrument, open enough to be able to resonate, literally resonate with what is coming both from the inside and from the outside, so that one is able to surrender to powers greater than oneself.

THE MOIRAI —often known in English as the Fates— were the white-robed incarnations of destiny. Their number became fixed at three: Clotho (spinner), Lachesis (allotter) and Atropos (unturnable). They controlled the metaphorical thread of life of every mortal from birth to death. They were independent, at the helm of necessity, directed fate, and watched that the fate assigned to every being by eternal laws might take its course without obstruction.

The Moirai: Often known in English as the Fates— the white-robed incarnations of…

Brighid - Celtic goddess of hearth and home

fashion-in-film: “ Tristan & Isolde, 2006 Costume design: Maurizio Millenotti Roman & Celtic-influenced beige wedding gown with hand-stitched gold embroidery & beading, oversized floor-length crepe.

Zeng Hao Dun Huang

~ A space where I let the inspiration of Nature speak, sharing the beauty, magic, wisdom and wonder of our green planet, and her dreams and wishes of our magnificent future together ~ //

Beautiful painting by Zeng Hao! Green Tara - originally a Hindu goddess and later adopted by some forms of Buddhism. She is known as the mother of liberation, a protectress, an obstacle remover, and an earth mother.

Loom at Haithabu. Look at the number of sheds she is working - like a four-harness loom.

More ww loom goodness at Haithabu rustic beautiful floor weaving loom

The three fates, the three muses, the three wise women ~ heed their wisdom and power!

The three fates, the three muses, the three wise women ~ heed their wisdom and power!

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