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In praise of the Double-Bladed Axe.
Shango at Knossos
Digital Photo/Graphic
21" X 21"

I've often thought about the symbol of the double-bladed axe in mythology, be it emplaced at the Minoan palace of Knossos, in the hand of the Yoruba Orisha - King Shango, or in the possession of Paul Bunyan. To me, it symbolizes thunder and lightning but that I admit, is purely intuitive. Here's a dream-image that surfaced, using the symbol in a situation that leaves much to one's imagination. I think Carl Jung would've liked it.