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The Changing Faces of the Temple
From Olivia Robertson, via Minette Quick
April 17, 2011

Photos taken by Minette Quick on April 16, 2011. Commentary by Olivia Robertson and Minette.

Mayan Sun Disc
Mayan Sun Disc
© M.Q.

Represents Ra in the Mayan Calendar
In the Shrine of the Anthrosphinx.

The Goddess Mago
© M.Q.

The Goddess Mago is a Korean Goddess
Who threw humanity out of her land for bad behaviour.
(She is now between the Anthrosphinx and the Gangur Shrine.)
Her Sun-Gold hair and Blue-Sky eyes harmonize with Ra.
Her gifts of fruit and water from the Aquarian jar
mirror the gifts of fruit and water
Given by Gangur to all creatures.

The Cave of the Mothers
Cave of the Mothers
© M.Q.

Now the Cave, for the 1st time, is unveiled.
GAEA is represented by a very young girl on the Altar beneath the loop-hole.
On the left of the cave is the entombment of Osiris
and a painting of MARY MAGDALEN holding her Daughter, Sarah by OR.
On the left back wall are the 3 Creator Artists, PELE, BRIGID & MAYA by OR
They are releasing red, green and purple rays on a new green planet on a tripod.
On the right is a full length figure of the Goddess Persephone, Queen of the Underworld
and a painting of the Goddess Muth, Queen of Spirits.
On the floor before her is a South American plaster figure of
Behind her are wooden figures by David Durdin-Robertson of
THE THREE NORNS, Urd, Vivandi and Skulda.
Above are paintings of THE THREE FATES, Lachesis, Clotho & Atropos
To the right of the Granite Dolmen doorway is

Guarding the Doors to the Temple
Male Sphinx Guardian
© M.Q.

Female Sphinx Guardian
© M.Q.

Guarding the Doors to the Temple, one on either side
are paintings of a Male Sphinx
And a Female Sphinx.
Both by Olivia Robertson.

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