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Alan LeoIt's almost midnight, so here we go with a new Magic Monday. The picture is of Alan Leo (real name William Frederick Allan), a prominent British Theosophist and one of the prime movers of the late 19th century revival of astrology. 

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Date: 2018-12-03 11:22 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
Hello and happy Monday,

I read this article about an artist who suffers from heavy metal poisoning due to working with mussel shells to make sculptures. They are quite stunning.

link: dailymail

It reminded me of the recent discussion on Ecosophia about how artists should seek to express something outside of themselves.

Relevant quote from the article:

"When you make art, you often feel diminished and small—you’re just a vessel for the creative energy to pass through. My body was carrying a painful message about the poisoning that Earth is experiencing."

Anyway, I just had to share it with JMG and everyone that comments.

Thank you for your time.
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