Friday, July 10, 2009

one turned; (revolution)

noun ( the universe)
all existing matter and space considered as a whole; the cosmos. The universe is believed to be at least 10 billion light years in diameter and contains a vast number of galaxies; it has been expanding since its creation in the big bang about 13 billion years ago.
a particular sphere of activity, interest, or experience

ORIGIN late Middle English : from Old French univers or Latin universum, neuter of universus 'combined into one, whole,' from uni- 'one' + versus 'turned' (past participle of vertere).

writing arranged with a metrical rhythm, typically having a rhyme

ORIGIN Old English fers, from Latin versus 'a turn of the plow, a furrow, a line of writing,' from vertere 'to turn' ; reinforced in Middle English by Old French vers, from Latin versus.

a writer of a book, article, or report thing, esp. a plan or idea : the authors of the peace plan.
verb [ trans. ]
be the author of (a book or piece of writing)

ORIGIN Middle English (in the sense [a person who invents or causes something] ): from Old French autor, from Latin auctor, from augere 'increase, originate, promote.'The spelling with th arose in the 15th cent., and perhaps became established under the influence of authentic.

noun ( pl. -ties)
1 the power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforce obedience
2 a person or organization having power or control in a particular, typically political or administrative, sphere
3 the power to influence others, esp. because of one's commanding manner or one's recognized knowledge about something

ORIGIN Middle English : from Old French autorite, from Latin auctoritas, from auctor 'originator, promoter' (see author ).

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  1. Any time! Sorry for the delay in response. I thought it was just me poking around back here. Thanks back.

  2. "poking around back here"?

    Maybe you should listen to what you say Tobias!

  3. perfect, love it. i seem to be taking a walk in in your 2009 :)



Abe's Axe is a symbol. Like the firey wand of Hermes, it is the conduit for bringing into action manifestations from the creative imagination. He is not killing vampires so much as freeing living dead men. The great emancipator would like to bring you into the 4th dimension of consciousness. He is going to have to kill you to do this, though. Or, actually, just annihilate your ego to transport you. In this instance, his axe is the craft. A craft is both a transport and a skill. The magician's wand is both. A pen can be mightier than the sword. What's your craft? Use your symbol well. . .

Heal The King!

Heal The King!