…into my eye.
…into my eye.
It had been an illusion. The monster that haunted my dreams and plagued my waking hours had faded to dust before my very eyes. It had seemed so real in the shadows of this dark night through which I wandered. Under the glare of the moon it had danced in many guises, on the edge of my vision, always in pursuit when I ran.
But when I had turned upon it, when all had seemed lost and I had steeled myself to face my end, there I stood, made of glass. A reflecting reflection that crumbled into dancing shapes in the dust. All my hopes and fears projected outward onto a kaleidoscope of empty shadows. My refusal to face them had been their only power over me. I had been running from myself and the very moon that I had blessed for its guiding light had amplified my delusion.
I closed my eyes then, blotting out the stars and the moon. In the dark I saw it, a brightness within, and I knew that this whole dark night, like the moon, was as a mirror. As I opened my eyes dawn broke and the fire within me awakened. The hills were bathed in gold and I was overcome.
Here’s my finished animation I did for my degree. You can visit my blog seabed.kiamagic.com and leave a comment. It will be appreciated!
Pray Attend: It is Announced. “Tonight the dream is free to haunt the world”.
The Dream must be free to haunt the world.
Here is my White Troll Doll. I decided to paint him in colours associated with Kether. The bag he carries is full of Frankincense and Myrrh. His little companions are a Billiken and a seal. He is wearing a shell for his hat.
My White Troll combines features of the sage and the fool. I like this about him because it symbolizes the Self connected to Kia. The seal symbolizes following ones inner voice and the gnome brings luck. The bag on trolls arm symbolically represents wealth but also freedom in its resemblance to the fools lightweight bundle.
In November I shared some images and a small write up on my black ‘spirit doll’. The next doll in my series of dolls pertains to ‘syche Magic’ and thus I coloured her white. She was actually the sixth doll I made in the colour series, and even now isn’t finished to my satisfaction, although this doesn’t stop me involving her in magical workings, including recently the contribution @lolita and I made for the KIA wealth magic ritual.
My white doll has taking a while to make. I added the Octopus head early on, by slicing part of the baby doll’s head off. The baby face I then re-added to the doll’s chest. It took me several years to get round to giving the resulting abomination its coatings of white paint. Later I hope to get around to adding sigils in a second colour to really complete the effect. Still even now she looks quite impressive I feel: