Steiner said that, "If one traces the development of the earth [back],... one comes upon increasingly refined material conditions of our planet. The substances which later became solid were previously in a fluid, still earlier, in a vaporous and steam-like, and in an even more remote past, in the most refined (etheric) condition. The decreasing temperature caused the hardening of substances.... ... the most refined etheric condition of the substances of our earthly dwelling place. Man first entered upon the earth in this epoch of its development. Before that, he belonged to other worlds... a so-called astral or soul world. The beings of this world did not lead an external, (physical) bodily existence. Neither did man. He had already developed the image consciousness .... had feelings and desires. But all this was enclosed in a soul body. Only to the clairvoyant eye would such a man have been perceptible."




Questions I receive about occult groups and full spectrum in-fighting are repeatedly asked by those with a genuine interest in this topic. Lodge Wars are probably the most frequent with regard to the secret societies abounding throughout Europe during the Twentieth Century, although the influences spilled out into America and other countries, during War Time especially.
Trans. DonnaKova Dauser

Portions of this page have moved. Please click Chogo Ri [1902] picture.

The Confessions of Aleister Crowley abound with critique on Abramelin and lodge mentality, during the early twentieth century, as associated with the Psychic Revolution in Europe.

Although I am not a member of The Hermetic Order of The Golden Dawn or other groups cited by Crowley in this notation, I am honestly concerned about his observations, primarily because most oversights mentioned have failed to correct themselves and remain today.

I leave the links hot should you wish to read further into Crowley's journal. Hopefully, this page does not offend anyone from any sincere group in the serious pursuit of truth and the integrity of the work. Click album for THE MOUNTAIN pix. If there are objections to this post please contact me.

K2 is also known as 'Chogo Ri', derived from two Balti words, chhogo ("big") and ri ("mountain")


Nicholas Roerich.Tibet - White and Heavenly

In the summer of 1902, British climbers Aleister Crowley (1875-1947), and Oscar Eckenstein (1859-1921) led the first serious attempt to scale Chogo Ri (known in the west as K2), located in Pakistan. They planned their ascent on the Northeast Ridge. K2 has never been climbed in winter.

The Expedition consisted of Crowley, Eckenstein, Guy Knowles, H. Pfannl, V. Wesseley, and Dr Jules Jacot-Guillarmod. During this trip a world record was established for hardships on the Baltoro Glacier, sixty-eight straight days of glacial life. Upon arrival in India, Eckenstein was detained by British authorities for three weeks on suspicion of being a spy, and not allowed to enter Kashmir. He and Crowley were convinced that Martin Conway was responsible for trying to interfere with their attempt on K2, and only when they threatened to take the matter to the newspapers was Eckenstein released.

Eckenstein was already well known in the west as an English rock climber-mountaineer, and godfather of bouldering as a sport. He, like Crowley, delved deeply into the ancient knowledge. Eckenstein was noticed as 'unusual' - probably because of his power stellium clustered around Regulus, The Royal Star [@ 27Leo in his radix star chart]. His Mercury, Mars, and Proserpina are exactly conjunct on the cusp of Leo/Virgo, with Poseidon 26 Leo, no doubt adding a subtle illumination around his crown and possibly encircling his throat and shoulders. He smoked a pipe, but this layer of his energy field was probably a smokey opal colour, regardless. There may have also been a tint of rose opalesque near the heart. Eckenstein was a well educated engineer, and insufferably arrogant as we know of accomplished magicians of the era. He was not one to mince words, and a long feud with the Alpine Club caused many of its members to denigrate him. Crowley reports that anti-semitism may have played a role. Venus in Virgo next to fiery Leo contributes engineering ability and a pleasant visual image while in motion [competitive atheletes, dancers, models with 'grace, style, and inspiration' - Olympic level]. Saturn in Leo also adds a marvellous sense of timing and an interest in grounding safety innovations; he invented the modern crampon, was an innovator in climbing technique and developed practical mountaineering equipment. The following dedication appears in one of Crowley's books:

With whom I have wandered in so many solitudes of
Nature, and thereby learnt the words and
Spells that bind her children



The Eiger Sanction Clint Eastwood is recruited to join a mountain climbing team with plans for the North Face, a popular challenge during the last century. Top level film about mountain climbing wrapped inside a well directed [Clint Eastwood, May 1975] white-knuckle spy thriller.

Sadly, climate change has caused serious problems on the mountain; so much of the snow and the ice has melted back that falling rocks have closed this route, probably permanently.

Clint Eastwood has Sun 9° Gemini 50' and Moon 1° Leo 43'
his Mars 28° Aries 27' square Moon, trine Neptune, sextile Jupiter
Saturn 10°38' rx Capricorn exactly conjunct Part of Fortune.

His Destiny Path is 22


Charles Barrington with Christian Almer and Peter Bohren made the first ascent of the Eiger via the West Flank & West Ridge on 11 August 1858.
Location: The Alps, Switzerland - Lat/Long: 46.57786°N / 8.00577°E
Elevation: 13024 ft / 3970 m

Clint Eastwood Director

American Directors, Volume II
by Jean-Pierre Coursodon with Pierre Sauvage

.... As a director, Eastwood has a much greater faith in human nature than Don Siegel, with whom he is often compared. Some try to group him with Robert Aldrich or Sam Fuller, but Eastwood has none of their hyperkinetic qualities; instead, he brings the male-action film tradition into contact with the perspectives of Douglas Sirk and George Cukor. And three absolutely necessary elements: deeply developed humor, a mise-en-scene visual style, and an intimate knowledge of the American marrow: its juices, its toxins, its contradictions ....

Part of Eastwood’s strong appeal is that he seems too large for society. He embodies a dream: that a man can rise above the treadmill of bureaucracy and act on his own law. But the price of this independence is isolation. Eastwood’s films often focus on this theme, as if to say that good can triumph in the world only when set apart from it ....


As of April 2004, Mountaineers are warned to bypass the North Face of the Eiger, one of the world's most difficult climbs; it has become too dangerous to attempt because its ice fields are melting. There is a steady process loosening the permafrost that holds the rockface together. The result is that the North Face, which has claimed more than 60 lives since the first successful ascent in 1938, is "falling apart", leaving climbers at severe risk of being injured or killed by falling rock and ice.

A spokesman for the Swiss Alpine Club said that recent climatic developments have made the 1938 route up the North Face too dangerous. "My advice to anyone contemplating the Eiger is not to try the North Face."


Alps: 1,800 meters close to the sky - Society of St. Christopher
Started in 1386, to act as a wayfarer inn for travelers caught in thunder and snow while walking through the Arlberg region. Arlberg Hospice Hotels emblazoned with symbols of the Brotherhood of St. Christoph: A shield with the Lamb of Bressanone, the Constance Cross and three small crosses that for the Christian virtue of faith, hope and love are symbolic.
Contact Organization Office of the Arlberg Hospice - Fax: +43 (5446) 3773

Sir Edmund Hillary, interview Conqueror of Mt. Everest - Trump IX Guidelines
TDN Hillary fanpage
Holy Magic of Abramelin The Mage
Jimmy Page - the Dove Priests, Real Estate Wizard, and Star Chart
Ring of the Nibelung and prints by Maxfield Parrish - Illustrations from the 1898 Scribner's Magazine article The Ring of the Niebelung.


Jimmy Page on Winter Solstice, Scotland
The Song Remains The Same



Everest 1996
In the 1997 text Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer—where the author personally recounted the events of the 1996 Everest disaster—Krakauer states:
"Walter Mittys with Everest dreams need to bear in mind that when things go wrong up in the death zone (above 26,000 feet)—and sooner or later they always do—the strongest guides in the world may be powerless to save a client's life; indeed as the events of 1996 demonstrated , the strongest guides in the world are sometimes powerless to save even their own lives."

Everest: The North Wall

They were seventeen climbers and six tons of food and equipment, and it took a minibus followed by a caravan of bulbous fendered Chinese flatbeds to move them across the Tibetan Plateau. In places the road crossed rocky streambeds and they had to get out and help push the trucks through. On the fourth day, they crossed a pass and had their first close look at the mountain they had traveled half the world to climb. Even at thirty miles the great summit dominated the skyline; on this north side the sweep of its pyramid was unobstructed, rising white and black, snow and rock. From the top the emblematic plume boiled to leeward a mile or more, like a banner off the lance of a royal knight: it marked the great altitude where the summit punctured the jet stream.

The climbers yelled to the truck driver to stop. They stared at the mountain in silence. It was a couple of minutes before anyone spoke.

-Dick Bass & Frank Wells with Rick Ridgeway, Seven Summits

"A story of exotic climes, camaraderie, and challenge: of ice storms and literal cliff-hanging danger: of two men who wanted to stand on top of the world…and see it all from its seven summits."

-Clint Eastwood

"Dick Bass and Frank Wells shared a great adventure. Like Caesar, they came, they saw, they conquered. But actually, they conquered themselves, not the mountains."

H. Ross Perot



Important Moments in Mountain Climbing

Edmund Hillary (1919–2008) New Zealand. First ascent Everest (1953) with Tenzing Norgay.
Richard "Dick" McGowan(1933–2007) USA. First US successful ascent of Everest, International Himalayan Expedition (1955).
Jon Krakauer (born 1954) USA. Author and mountaineer. Summited Everest (1996). Wrote Eiger Dreams, Into The Wild and Into Thin Air.

Scott Fischer (1955–1996) USA. Lhotse 1990, K2 1992, Everest 1994; died in 1996 Mount Everest disaster.

Rick Ridgeway (born 1950) USA. Author, filmmaker, photographer, member of first American team to summit K2.
Aleister Crowley (1875–1947) UK. Occultist, writer, and rock climber. The first serious attempt to climb K2 was undertaken in 1902 by Oscar Eckenstein and Aleister Crowley, via the Northeast Ridge. Crowley led the early expeditions on K2 and Kanchenjunga that provided essential information for climbers who would follow. See Crowley’s Confessions*.

The Kangchenjunga expedition (1905) was the first attempt at climbing the mountain. Kangchenjunga is located on the eastern border of Nepal with India. It is the third highest peak in the world. Headed by Aleister Crowley and Dr. Jules Jacot-Guillarmod, they reached 6,500 metres on the southwest side of the mountain before turning back. Conflicting reports as to the reason the team split and several people set out for a lower camp at sunset. Based on reports I've read it seems one or more members of the core team froze [terror] - unable to overcome fear of the mountain, considered sacred by local residents. The descending group were near the Yalung glacier when a huge mass of snow killed Alexis Pache and three porters.

Heinrich Harrer (1912–2006) Austria. First ascent Eiger north face (1938) and Carstensz Pyramid (1962). Author of Seven Years in Tibet.


World Famous Mountains

Go to the mountains and get their good tidings.

-John Muir

Name Country Height in feet First climbed
Everest Nepal-Tibet 29,028 1953
K2 Kashmir 28,250 1954
Kanchenjunga India-Nepal 28,208 1955



Gandalf leads The Fellowship of the Ring through the Misty Mountains
The Geology of Middle Earth


The Fellowship of the Ring reach Hollin
Aragorn warns the gap of Rohan is too dangerous
Gimli wants the nine walkers to go through Moria
Frodo makes the decision because he is the Ringbearer

The White Mountain

J.R.R. Tolkien writes the White Mountain name, in the world of mortals, as Taniquetil, the loftiest peak of Middle-earth geography in THE LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy. It lay on the eastern borders of Valinor, and on its peak stood the halls of Manwë and Varda.

J.R.R. Tolkien included this geographical reference in a letter to his son Michael:
"I am ... delighted that you have made the acquaintance of Switzerland, and of the very part that I once knew best and which had the deepest effect on me. The hobbit (Bilbo’s) journey from Rivendell to the other side of the Misty Mountains, including the glissade down the slithering stones in the pine woods, is based on my adventures in 1911 ..." " ... but leave many vivid pictures as clear as yesterday ... We went on foot carrying great packs practically all the way from Interlaken, mainly by mountain paths, to Lauterbrunnen and so to Mürren and eventually so to the head of the Lauterbrunnenthal in a wilderness of moraines."

Studying his drawings, it is patently obvious the Rivendell Looking East, the study for the Hobbit illustration ‘Rivendell’ is based on the Lauterbrunnen.

Tolkien also states that his inspiration for Celebdil was the Silberhorn (not to be confused with Mount Silberhorn in the Southern Alps of New Zealand) of the Bernese Alps:

"I left the view of the jungfrau with deep regret: eternal snow, etched as it seemed against eternal sunshine, and the Silberhorn sharp against dark blue: the Silvertine (Celebdil) of my dreams."

TLoJRRT, p 391-392.


The Warning Beacons of Gondor that ran between Minas Tirith and Rohan, served as
an alarm system that any of the two people could trigger once under attack. see MLK




Ascending Rhythm [Yosemite] Ascending Rhythm is a profoundly stirring work of art, merging the talents of world-renowned rock climber Ron Kauk and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Sterling Johnson. The melding of their many gifts has produced an extraordinary video experience, escalating the viewer to new heights in magnificent Yosemite National Park.

Cliffhanger Renny Harlin 1993
A botched mid-air heist results in suitcases full of cash being searched for by various groups throughout the Rocky Mountains.
Stars: Sylvester Stallone, John Lithgow, Michael Rooker, and Janine Turner

Everest Directors: David Breashears, Stephen Judson, Greg MacGillivray 1998
IMAX documentary 44 min [Liam Neeson narration] Everest IMDb
David Breashears (born 1956) USA. Everest twice. Directed IMAX film Everest.
Their successful ascent of Mount Everest just days after fellow mountaineers and friends died there, is a compelling story about the human spirit and a mountain they love, respect and sometimes fear.

Himalaya Eric Valli 1999
l'enfance d'un chef (original title)

Stars: Thilen Lhondup, Gurgon Kyap and Lhakpa Tsamchoe

A wonderful big-screen adventure and a visually breathtaking movie, Himalaya is an event for people of all ages. Filmed in the Dolpo region of Nepal under the most challenging conditions, Himalaya tells the story of a generational struggle between an old chief and a young caravaner as they make their annual salt-delivery trek across the Himalayas. Featuring a cast that is mostly non-professional, it is the first dramatic feature film by Eric Valli, noted author, documentary filmmaker and National Geographic photographer, who has lived in the Dolpo region of Nepal for nearly two decades.

Filming over a period of nine months with cinematographers Eric Guichard and Jean-Paul Meurisse, Valli vividly portrays the endless cycles of survival faced by villagers nestled 15,000 feet high and captures the fast disappearing traditions of a remote Tibetan culture. Himalaya is all the more powerful because it feels so authentic. In Tibetan and Nepali languages with English subtitles.
France/Nepal/Switzerland 2000
104 minutes

K2 Franc Roddam 1992, Paramount
Based upon a true story, the movie follows the exploits of Brooks and Jamison as they attempt to conquer the mountain. It may be second to Everest but it's the mother of all mountains in terms of precipitous difficulty. As of 1990, 27 people had died in attempts to climb it. Only 71 have made it to the top. Mountain scenes are stunningly filmed by cinematographer Gabriel Beristain in Pakistan and British Columbia.

Chapter III Beginnings of Mysticism

In October 1902 Crowley experienced several tremendous spiritual events [state of dhyana]. He then visited Anuradhapura and others of the buried cities of Ceylon. In November he went to India, and in January visited I.A. at Akyab in Burma, where that Adept was living in a monastery with the intention of preparing himself to take the Yellow Robe of the Buddhist Sangha. The whole of the summer of 1902 was spent in an expedition to Chogo Ri (K2) in the Himalayas. During the whole of this period he did very little occult work.

November 1902 found him in Paris, where he stayed off and on till the spring of 1903, when he returned to his house in Scotland.

... Modern writers have made a great deal of fun of the golden age; they have been at great pains to prove that primitive man is a bloodthirsty savage. The Balti gives them the lie. These men were all innocence, all honesty, all good faith, all loyalty, all human kindness. They were absolutely courageous and cheerful, even in face of that they supposed to be certain death of a most uncomfortable kind. They had no disquietude about death and no distaste for life.

The Mountain Edward Dmytryk 1956
Selfish Chris Teller pressures his older brother, a retired climber, to accompany him on a treacherous Alpine climb to loot the bodies of plane crash victims.
Stars: Spencer Tracy, Robert Wagner and Claire Trevor

Seven Years in Tibet Jean-Jacques Annaud 1997
True story of Heinrich Harrer, an Austrian mountain climber who became friends with the Dalai Lama at the time of China's takeover of Tibet.
Stars: Brad Pitt, David Thewlis and BD Wong

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier William Shatner 1989
Capt. Kirk and his crew must deal with Mr. Spock's half brother who hijacks the Enterprise for an obsessive search for God.
Stars: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, Enterprise Crew
see also Star Trek III: The Search for Spock - Mount Seleya on Vulcan

Note these stories:
Warren J. Harding (1924–2002) First ascent El Capitan.
Ammon McNeely (born 1970) USA. Noteworthy first one day ascents and speed records on El Capitan, Yosemite
and Zion big walls.

Touching the Void Kevin Macdonald 2003
106 min - Documentary
Stars: Simon Yates, Joe Simpson and Brendan Mackey
The true story of two climbers and their perilous journey up the west face of Siula Grande in the Peruvian Andes in 1985. A good documentary/re-enactment survival adventure.

Vertical Limit Martin Campbell 2000
A climber must rescue his sister on top of K2, one of the world's biggest mountains.
Stars: Scott Glenn, Chris O'Donnell and Bill Paxton

The White Tower Ted Tetzlaff 1950
Six people come together in the Swiss Alps to climb a mountain, known as 'The White Tower'
Stars: Claude Rains, Glenn Ford and Alida Valli





Franz Bardon - December 1, 1909 – July 10, 1958
Robert Hand - December 5th, 1942
Fritz Lang - December 5, 1890 – August 2, 1976
C.C. Zain - December 12, 1882 - Nov 18, 1951
Mars in Moonchild: Sir Edmund Hillary,
Jiddu Krishnamurti, and Michel de Nostredamus

Jupiter conjunct Midheaven

Alice Ann Bailey
aka Alice A. Bailey or AAB
June 16, 1880 - December 15, 1949

Alice A. Bailey
Sun 25° Gemini 28' - Moon 0° Libra 26'
Alice A. Bailey [b. Alice LaTrobe Bateman] was born June 16, 1880, at 7:32 AM in Manchester UK, and moved to the United States in 1907.
She is considered one of the central mystical leaders of the Psychic Revolution, a prolific writer on subjects about mystic occultism, and she founded an international esoteric movement. Her Jupiter 15° Aries 15', in her 10th House, sextiles Venus, trines her Mars, and squares her Mercury. Her 9° Leo 14' Ascendant has Mars 8° Leo 43' exactly on the cusp of the 1st House that most defines her identity, opinions, and personal preferences. Her mountain climbing experience, usually thought a spiritual quest, is key to the sub-text of her books. The sign Leo represents the Hierophant, as the ancient temple storyteller, responsible for conveying the secret meaning within of the mystery play, to the inner circle of the temple as well as the masses.

Franz Bardon
Sun 8° Sagittarius 38' - Moon 1° Leo 3'
Franz Bardon was born in Opava, Czechoslovakia in 1909. Bardon was both a stage magician and student and teacher of Hermetics. He was member of Czech Hermetic Society Universalia. During World War II Bardon was at one point held in a concentration camp for refusing to participate in Nazi Mysticism. He was rescued by Russian soldiers who raided the camp. Bardon continued his work in the fields of Hermetics until 1958 when he was arrested and imprisoned in Brno, Czechoslovakia.

Robert Hand
Sun 13° Sagittarius 13' - Moon 13° Scorpio 58'
Robert Hand was born in Plainfield, New Jersey in 1942. Hand is a prominent American practicing astrologer, author, translator, and lecturer. He has a B.A. in history from Brandeis University and did graduate work in the history of science at Princeton University. He impacted the cultural revolution in San Francisco during the 50s and 60s via his contributions and work at the Metaphysical Towne Hall. He is currently studying at Catholic University for his Ph.D. in medieval history. Robert Hand began studying astrology in 1960 at the age of 17. His father, Wilfred Hand, taught him the basics of casting astrological charts. Jupiter exalted in Moonchild @ Legend Harrison Ford

Jiddu Krishnamurti - The World Teacher
May 12, 1895 – February 17, 1986
Krishnamurti was born on May 12, 1895 at 12:23 AM, in: Mandanapalle, India.
Sun 20° Taurus 48' - Moon 25° Sagittarius 18'
His Ascendant is 18° Aquarius 53', sign of the New Aeon.
Midheaven 27° Scorpio 21'has Uranus 17 Scorpio [9th House], the planet ruler of Aquarius
For nearly sixty years Krishnamurti traveled all over the world, pointing out to people the need to transform themselves through self knowledge, by being aware of their thoughts and feelings in daily life. Krishnamurti began a center for teaching in his world famous garden library, in Ojai, California. The atmosphere is close to Lord Elrond's Rivendell garden library and museum, described in Tolkien's trilogy, The Lord of the Rings. His series of books on the subject of self-realization, Commentaries on Living, are the ultimate guide to deep, intimate spiritual work and community self help.
Krishnamurti's Mars 11° Moonchild 48', conjuncts Jupiter and his Part of Fortune in the 5th House of spiritual teaching [teaching children], with his Mars trine Uranus [Midheaven].
see The Reluctant Messiah, by Sydney Fields
Enter Middle-earth Inn

Friedrich Christian Anton "Fritz" Lang
Sun 13° Sagittarius 18' - Moon 23° Virgo 07'
Lang is best known for his groundbreaking silent classics Metropolis and M, both made before he moved to the United States. He was an Austrian-German-American visionary, film director, and screenwriter. One of the best known émigrés from Germany's school of Expressionism, he was dubbed the "Master of Darkness" by the BFI.

C.C. Zain [b. Elbert Benjamine]
Sun 20° Sagittarius 25' - Moon 13° Capricorn 18'
C.C. Zain authored the core spiritual lessons offered via The Church of Light. He is known as a prominent astrologer, occult author, and the founder of the Church of Light. His interest in occultism began when, at the age of 18, he joined the Brotherhood of Light, where he studied occult and spiritual topics, eventually becoming one of the organization's leaders. In 1915 he moved to the Los Angeles area, where he founded the Church of Light ( and taught esoteric subjects.


also check
Rosicrucian Golden Dawn
California based Order with Lineages from G.D., A.O., & S.M.

Mantegna Tarot
The Mantegna deck of cards, though not a traditional Tarot Deck, is certainly a beautiful reproduction of a gorgeous piece of Renaissance artwork.

A reworking of the deck (according to Jonathan Dee) made for Pope Pius II during the Congress of Mantua in 1459, and attributed -incorrectly- to the Renaissance artist Andrea Mantegna. This is not a "Tarot" deck. It is an "Encyclopedic" deck representing a model of the universe. The number of cards, their symbolism, their organization, and the way they are used are all very different from a standard Tarot. This deck consists of 50 cards, in 5 groups of 10, and they gradually go up in rank, from #1, "The Wretch," all the way to #50 "The Divine Light," the Source of All Things. Group 1 (cards 1-10) are the "Human Conditions" which depict various strata of rank & prestige in late Medieval society. Next (cards 11-19) are the "Muses" representing forms of artistic expression, ruled by #19, Apollo, the Prince of Knowledge. Cards 21-30 are the "Arts and Sciences" the general fields of study in Medieval academia. 31-40 are "Geniuses and Virtues," which starts with Intellect, Senses, Vital Functions, and the seven virtues. The last 10 cards are the seven Planets, the Upper Heavens, Prime Mover, and Divine Light.



Seven Second Summits

Asia - K2 (8,611 m/28,251 ft)
South America - Ojos del Salado (6,893 m/22,615 ft)
North America - Mount Logan (5,959 m/19,551 ft)
Africa - Mount Kenya (5,199 m/17,057 ft)
Europe - Dykh-Tau (5,205 m/17,077 ft) • or Monte Rosa (4,634 m/15,203 ft)
Antarctica - Mount Tyree (4,852 m/15,919 ft)
Australia (Oceania) - Puncak Trikora (4,730 m/15,518 ft)
             • or Mount Townsend (2,209 m/7,247 ft)


Adventurers who were Freemasons include: Lewis & Clarke, Charles A. Lindbergh,
Kit Carson, Roald Amundsen, Admiral Richard Byrd, Commodore Robert Peary, Casanova, William "Buffalo Bill" Cody, Davy Crockett, Robert E. Peary (Northpole)

BACK Tarot Trump IX guidelines
mountain link to Shasta climbers
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* From Crowley’s Confessions: notes re ascent on K2

"From Ghore to Biange is another long march, but less monotonous. The views are increasingly superb and the solitude was producing its beneficent results. The utterly disproportionate minuteness of man purges him of his smug belief in himself as the final cause of nature. The effect is to produce not humiliation but humility, and this feeling is only the threshold of a selfishness which restores the balance by identifying one with the universe of which one's physical basis is so imperceptibly insignificant a fraction.

From Biange one can see Mitre Peak across the glacier. Although a relatively minor summit (7,500 metres), its architecture is incomparable. The name is inevitable. From this point of view the double horn could not fail to suggest the title (I had myself indulged in a little nomenclature, calling a mountain crowned by three square-cut towers of rock "Three Castles".)"

Men with Mars in Sagittarius
Women with Mars in Sagittarius

left, The 9 ton gate to Coral Castle
Edward Leedskalnin, modern day engineer knew "the secret of the pyramids." He built Coral Castle, near Miami, Florida, during the years from 1923 to 1951.




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