Water and Science

By Phoenix the Elder – Water 101 – Dr. Masaru Emoto back in late 1990s wrote a book from his experiments of attaching different messages (words) and taped these words to the bottles filled with with water samples to see what crystals formed. He tested under a microscope how the crystals would appear negative or positive depending […]

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Welcome…

Elder Mountain Dreaming is now under Construction over the next six months. I offer right now only my ancient lunar work-study by Subscription; I am also adding (eventually) an ongoing Podcast that is five wise women, a multi-generational podcast (three millennial women, a genxer (me) and a baby boomer) to speak in a roundtable about […]

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Water Dragons

I finally finished my Water Dragon from a piece of driftwood that I found at the lake near Elder Mountain. Generally its a good place to find small driftwood pieces. ~Phoenix

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The Delphi Earth Dragon (Python)

“In The Air Tonight” I can feel it coming in the air tonight, oh Lord And I’ve been waiting for this moment for all my life, Oh Lord Can you feel it coming in the air tonight, oh Lord, oh Lord Well, if you told me you were drowning I would not lend a hand […]

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Alatyr – Slavic Magical Legends

By Phoenix of Elder Mountain Dreaming – The Russian Alatyr Stone, sometimes called the World Mother (Алатырь каменьям – мире мати) is a search for purity and truth and as a legend lost long ago on earth. The Russian myth explains it as a Mystical Stone of folktale and epic proportions, as the Russians prefer […]

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Dragon & Thunderbird Drums

Crow Nation, Native American – Buffalo Shield with Flying Dragon Pawnee, Native American – Ceremonial Thunderbird & Lightening Drum

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The Red and Black Dragons – Turkish Folktale

There was once a Padishah who had the misfortune to have all his children stolen as soon as they reached their seventh year. Grief at this terrible affliction caused him almost to lose his reason, ‘‘Forty children have been born to me,’’ said he, ‘‘each seeming more beautiful than the one which preceded it, so […]

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