From Pluto to the Sun: A Metaphoric Journey of the Soul (Pt. 3)

Mercury Station, the Sun Station, the Moon Station: Three characters, a priest in gray, a girl in white, and Virgin Mary in black are facing each other.
Kay Nielsen: “East of the Sun and West of the Moon”

[This is a continuation from the previous post].In the eight station, Mercury teaches the soul how to acquire “knowledge” of self and the other(s). The world at large has to be perceived and analyzed at Mercury Station, and the soul aspires to learn the mundane “language” of the mortals (as opposed to the jovial “language” of gods, earlier imparted by Jupiter). Continue reading “From Pluto to the Sun: A Metaphoric Journey of the Soul (Pt. 3)”