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    Scrapbook Ninety Four… | Thrill Of The Chase
    Quoth the Phantom, ‘Four-two-four’.
    Merely this and nothing more.

    1 Kings 17

    and I have commanded the ravens to feed thee there.
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    To enter a temple constructed wholly of invariable geometric proportions is to enter an abode of eternal truth

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    Scrapbook Ninety Four | Thrill Of The Chase
    Quoth the Phantom, Four-two-four.
    Merely this and nothing more.

    1 Kings 17

    and I have commanded the ravens to feed thee there.
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    No average grave I mean

    Can't take away my amen!
    To enter a temple constructed wholly of invariable geometric proportions is to enter an abode of eternal truth

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyThoth View Post


    Scrapbook Ninety Four | Thrill Of The Chase
    Quoth the Phantom, Four-two-four.
    Merely this and nothing more.

    1 Kings 17

    and I have commanded the ravens to feed thee there.
    Scrapbook One Hundred Seventy | Thrill Of The Chase
    To enter a temple constructed wholly of invariable geometric proportions is to enter an abode of eternal truth

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    In four scenes is the key hidden

    Pages 7 8 9 10

    In the unbalanced divide of their number is its shape defined

    Page 13 (the division of 4 from 'four scenes')
    Free is the best deal!

    "The Scarlet Cloud Approaches"
    "Time is of ten a one-way street"
    ..........Go 5 X 5..........

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    Happy New Year all.

    Full text of "The English Folk-Play"

    p129

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelr View Post
    Happy New Year all.

    Full text of "The English Folk-Play"

    p129
    Happy New Year to you, too, and all.

    Can you elaborate a bit on the page 129 significance?
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    "The Scarlet Cloud Approaches"
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    Quote Originally Posted by astreeturover View Post
    Happy New Year to you, too, and all.

    Can you elaborate a bit on the page 129 significance?
    "Tilted hexagram"= titled hexagram = name of a hexagram.

    "...mesh the swords together tightly and securely in a form which may be anything from a pentagon to an octagon..."

    A hexagon falls into the category of ".. anything from a pentagon to an octagon...".

    A hexagon may be traced by joining the points of a hexagram.

    D thinks that the Key is a "tilted hexagram".

    This suggests the idea that the Key may be equated with any of the names for this pattern of swords i.e.Lock, Nut, Rose, Shield, or Glass(looking glass/mirror).

    Does that make any sense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelr View Post
    "Tilted hexagram"= titled hexagram = name of a hexagram.

    "...mesh the swords together tightly and securely in a form which may be anything from a pentagon to an octagon..."

    A hexagon falls into the category of ".. anything from a pentagon to an octagon...".

    A hexagon may be traced by joining the points of a hexagram.

    D thinks that the Key is a "tilted hexagram".

    This suggests the idea that the Key may be equated with any of the names for this pattern of swords i.e.Lock, Nut, Rose, Shield, or Glass(looking glass/mirror).

    Does that make any sense?
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    Dance in the Northern Tradition

    If we look at variations of the modern sword dance, they are practiced, like the Morris, all over Europe. Said to originally have been performed during the Yuletide, customs now range from Shrovetide to Whitsuntide in England. They include a procession with an impaled cake decorated with flowers and ribbons, the point and hilt formation, circling, jumping over and clashing of swords, the formation of a star and hexagonal pattern called the "rose, nut or knut(knot)"

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