Posts Tagged ‘earth’

Ostara ;Vernal equinox (northern hemisphere)

March 19, 2017

Celebrate the March Equinox with the Arrival of the Zodiacal Light on Slooha8b33469-0372-43bc-86a4-57df663d0268

Eoster and Bunny

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Solstice story by moi– #freeread Happy holiday!

December 21, 2016

Solstice of the Whirled

by Helgaleena
originally published in
A Dark Roasted Christmas Volume 2
(out of print) http://www.123rf.com/photo_15076466_infinity-spiral-from-autumn-photos-travel-and-seasons-concept.html
As it is midsummer at one end of the vajra and the longest night at the other end, I dreamed that they were in love.

Grounding Landscape Urbanism | Scenario Journal guest post

March 15, 2015

Grounding Landscape Urbanism | Scenario Journal. Shanti Fjord Levy

‘Prioritizing landscape as the foundation for a sound urbanism, and doing so through synthetic, interdisciplinary practice, has strong roots in the work of the earlier urban theorists Patrick Geddes, Lewis Mumford, and Benton MacKaye. While landscape urbanists mention these important thinkers who broke the molds of top-down planning methods, they offer little discussion of the continuities between landscape urbanism and this history of urban critique based in the landscape.’

Our vernal equinox locally is confused with St Patrick’s Day, St Urho’s Day (more recent) and the more ancient ‘Ides of March.’ But it remains the time that green things once again begin to show themselves. It’s when we can remember that Earth under us is alive, despite all our veneers of ‘culture’.

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