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October 3rd, 2013 08:12 PM #121
Narnia set (or making one)!Azula Rosemary 1 July 2012
Expecting 2 January 2014
October 3rd, 2013 08:14 PM #123
It was at the end of an article about whether or not the Narnia stories are actually Christian metaphors or not using quotes from Lewis himself and so on. At the end, he makes that set. It's really interesting and I can see a lot of it, though arrows would be air to me. It's an interesting read.
My favorite of the Narnia books is The Silver Chair. ^_^Mother, Hellenic Pagan Priestess, and Resident Greek name expert ^_^
Started my NaNoWriMo novel - Kith nor Kin -- read it here if you'd like and feel free to comment -- http://kithnorkin.wordpress.com/ Chapter 19 is up -- Warning! It's pretty gruesome.
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Persephone Elysia Willow -- June 5th 2013
TTC #2 by Christmas 2014
October 3rd, 2013 08:39 PM #125
Ooh, it is interesting, thanks for sharing. The Silver Chair, Horse and His Boy and Voyage of the Dawntreader are my favorites, although I loved all of them but the Last Battle. The Last Battle was the first book I ever threw at the wall I was so upset, and I refused to finish reading it for years. Haha. This is when my mama realized I'd be stubborn and dramatic.
katie: I'll definitely say something if I find or make a set. Might be a good winter project.Artemis Willow ☀ Cordelia Avalon ☀ Isabeau Forest ☀ Isadora Nightingale ☀ Lorelei Ondine ☀ Lyra Snow ☀ Pandora Everild ☀ Tabitha Eilonwy ☀ Thisbe Wildrose ☀ Thora Silmarien
Caspian Ward ☀ Conrad Elessar ☀ Damian Sparrow ☀ Desmond Finvarra ☀ Evander Hart ☀ Gwydion Agathon ☀ Jorah Mithrandir ☀ Malachi Bjorn ☀ Peregrin Llyr ☀ Theodore Finglas
planning a wedding and preparing for the baby making
our two furbabies: Sebastian & Oleander
October 4th, 2013 03:37 AM #127Gwen, 19. Film student, bookworm, and bad influence.
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October 5th, 2013 12:20 AM #129
Voyage of the Dawn Treader was always my favorite. (what movie adaptation?)
Angel, that list is fabulous! I do agree with others that adding the rest of the series in would flesh things out a bit, but all the concepts listed are gorgeous! I also agree that swords for air and arrows for fire seems counterintuitive. I think it's because in the traditional suits of wands, swords, cups, and coins/pentacles, the swords do represent air and the wands represent fire.
I love tarot ^_^ I currently have three decks, the Universal-Waite (I think this or the Rider-Waite is the ideal learning deck because they contain all of the original symbolism), an adorable mini deck that is illustrated with all cats (the Fool is a dog walking off the edge of the cliff with a cat sinking his teeth into the dog's pant leg to hold him back - I love it!), and the Fenestra deck, which is my main. The Fenestra images are beautiful and spell-binding and breathtaking. They just sing to me. There's a lovely briar-rose motif on the back of the cards, and they have the perfect weight in my hands. I've also had the Shadowscapes deck on my Amazon wishlist for ages - it just looks so ethereal and faery-like. I think Fenestra will always be my primary though.Zion Nathaniel ~ Solomon Fable ~ Balthazar Wolf ~ Malachi Sparrow nn Kai ~ Ender _____ ~ Caspian _____ ~ Tobias _____
Alice Willow ~ Ophelia Fawn or Ophelia Wren ~ Lucia Pearl ~ Eve Wisteria nn Evie ~ and second-guessing River Selene
Cirina Wryn, Narnia Rose, Luna Seraphine, Parthenia Nyx, Astoria, Illyria, Gwyneira, Farasha, Serafina, Senara, Soraya, Faerydae
Orion Melchior North, Tobias Loki, Edmund, Frost, Oberon, Hawthorne, Kenshin, Bastion, Remiel, Atreyu