Portrait of a Man Pt 3.
storm tharp... here..,
pinups magazine (tony... see here.),
ricky swallow, on paper, (here.)
- Isaiah Berlin. The Roots of Romanticism, (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1999).
(via gil blank's interview with eve fowler, here..)
"Believed incidents of cones of power have been recorded in history. In parts of ancient Syria,the cone was a symbol of Astrate. The cone has been symbolized by tall, conical hats worn by magicians and witches.
Witches have claimed victories against hostile forces with the use of cones of power. In 1588 the helped to defeat the Spanish Armada, and in the 1700 they raised power against Napoleon.
In 1940 there was much fear the Hitler would invade England which resulted in producing "Operation Cone of Power" on Lammas Day, August 1. Hundreds of witches from covens throughout southern England gathered skyclad in New Forest to send Hitler and his generals telepathic thoughts to stay out of England. The German armies never invaded the country. Whether or not the witches' messages were beneficial is not certain."