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A thing, until it is everything, is noise, and once it is everything it is silence.
Antonio Porchia, Voces, 1943, translated from Spanish by W.S. Merwin

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When the seas and mountains fall
And we come to end of days
In the dark I hear a call
Calling me there
I will go there And back again

J.R.R. Tolkien

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My #eye exposed to sunlight. No filter

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The Guardian Spirits of Iceland (An old story embodied in The Seal of Iceland)

The four Guardians of Iceland, one for each quarter, of the country are described in an old tale telling of a magician who was sent by King Harold Gormsson of Denmark to investigate the country prior to invasion.

Magician as a Whale
The magician swam to Iceland in the form of a whale and when he reached the country he saw that all hills and mountains were full of spirits, large and small.

Dragon
He came to Vopnafjörður (Fjord of Weapons) on the East coast and a huge dragon approached him, accompanied by reptiles, worms and lizards.

Big Bird
He then swam north to Eyjafjörður (Fjord of Isles) and was approached there by a bird so huge, that the wings touched the mountains on each side of the valley. The bird was accompanied by numerous other birds of all sizes, large and small.

Bull
He went west and south and came to Breiðafjörður (Wide Fjord), where he was approached by a huge bull which waded into the sea and made loud noises, the bull was accompanied by by a large number of spirits.

Giant
He went from there and south of Reykjanes (Smoke Peninsula) and wanted to take land at Víkarsskeið (The Sands of Vikar), but was approached by a huge rock giant whose head was higher than the mountains and carried a large iron staff and he was accompanied by a host of other giants.
Then the magician went east along the south coast, where he could find no landing places. Thus the intentions of the King of the Danes came to naught due to the efforts of the Guardian Spirits of Iceland.

Seal of Iceland

This story is embodied in The Seal of Iceland,
where the Dragon represents the Eastern part,
the Bird the Northern part,
the Bull represents the Western part
and the Rock Giant the Southern part.


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Anonymous asked:
SOY TU ANON QUE TE AMA! <3

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sovietstar asked:
HOLA, SOY UN ANON Y VENGO A DECIR QUE ERES LINDA, TE AMO Y ASI TODO EN CAPSLOCKS... oops, olvide marcar el anon XD

JAJAJA tontita, tu no eres un anon, pero te pongo esta imagen que no tiene nada que ver pero me hizo reir.
TE AMO MUCHISIMO EN CAPS LOCK! <3 <3 <3 

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