The Seven Days & Their Meaning : Tyr’s Day

The Seven-Day Week The Babylonians marked time with lunar months. They proscribed some activities during several days of the month, particularly the; first – the first visible crecent,seventh – the waxing half moon,fourteenth – the full moon,nineteenth – dedicated to an offended goddess,twenty-first – the waning half moon,twenty-eigth – the last visible crecent,twenty-nineth – the invisible moon, andthirtieth (possibly) – the invisible moon. The major … Continue reading The Seven Days & Their Meaning : Tyr’s Day

The Seven Days & Their Meaning : Moon’s Day

The Seven-Day Week The Babylonians marked time with lunar months. They proscribed some activities during several days of the month, particularly the; first – the first visible crecent,seventh – the waxing half moon,fourteenth – the full moon,nineteenth – dedicated to an offended goddess,twenty-first – the waning half moon,twenty-eigth – the last visible crecent,twenty-nineth – the invisible moon, andthirtieth (possibly) – the invisible moon. The major … Continue reading The Seven Days & Their Meaning : Moon’s Day

The Seven Days & Their Meaning : Sun’s Day

The Seven-Day Week The Babylonians marked time with lunar months. They proscribed some activities during several days of the month, particularly the; first – the first visible crecent,seventh – the waxing half moon,fourteenth – the full moon,nineteenth – dedicated to an offended goddess,twenty-first – the waning half moon,twenty-eigth – the last visible crecent,twenty-nineth – the invisible moon, andthirtieth (possibly) – the invisible moon. The major … Continue reading The Seven Days & Their Meaning : Sun’s Day

Rococo : Art Movement

Self-portrait in the Studio by François Boucher, 1720 Your soul is like a landscape – Paul Verlaine Centuries before the term “bling” was invented to denote ostentatious shows of luxury, Rococo infused the world of art and interior design with an aristocratic idealism that favored elaborate ornamentation and intricate detailing. The paintings that became signature to the era were created in celebration of Rococo’s grandiose … Continue reading Rococo : Art Movement