Moons of the Winter Solstice

Soul Dreamers

By Phoenix the Elder –The three moons of Winter has had many symbols over the millennium, both light and the harshness of the winter itself. Death shown here, plays with the magician, the sorcerer, the clown, the trickster and the clown. Illustration is De Kapelle der Dooden by Abraham a Sancta Clara in 1741.

Skeleton symbolism has always represented the core bones of who we are, its symbolized what is left of us after we pass on and its represented humanities condition in the world, where we are left abandoned and the hardships of starving, longing desperately for union with a nourishment from heaven and earth.

For most that is hard to imagine in the golden age 1950 to present around the world in all countries, but if that changed, then we would truly understand what it meant. For some like Syria pr Ukraine right now, or other…

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