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Roku Kōmori: (Japanese); ‘six bats’.
Friday, 22 January 2010
Rosslyn Chapel: Nestled in the village of Roslin, Scotland, the Rosslyn Chapel, or Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew, was founded by William Sinclair – descended from a noble ancestry of Norman knights. Used originally to celebrate the Divine Office...
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Sabatier, Apollonie: French courtesan and thought-of as the muse for many artists, Apollonie owned a salon in 1850s Paris, in which she entertained the likes of Gustave Flaubert and Victor Hugo. Most notably, she was the inspiration for Charles...
Monday, 23 November 2009 | Read more
Sacramentum: Traditionally, a Christian sacrament isbelieved to be “a visible sign of an invisible reality”; a physical, tangible symbol of divine faith, representative of the grace that is present within the soul of every true believer – a...
Monday, 25 January 2010 | Read more
95. Sacratum
Sacratum: (Latin); a hallowed or sacrosanct thing.
Tuesday, 07 April 2009
Sacred Heart, The: A symbolic devotion to Jesus’ physical heart, representative of not only his love for humanity, but also his sacrifice and intense suffering.
Tuesday, 03 November 2009 | Read more
97. Saligia
Saligia: (The Seven Deadly Sins) – pronounced ‘SaLeeJea’ – a Mediaevil Latin ‘mnemonic’ name, (a memory aid - a made-up word or phrase to remember any difficult sequence), given to the Seven Deadly Sins. Collectively these are:...
Friday, 26 June 2009 | Read more
98. Scarab
Scarab: A beetle revered in ancient Egypt as sacred, under the name Kephri, and a symbol of self-generation and new life.
Tuesday, 07 April 2009
99. Sephiroth
Sephiroth: Hebrew for ‘enumerations’. The ten emanations in Kabbalah, believed to be God’s methods of revealing himself and creating the physical realms of consciousness. It is believed that the sephiroth describe the spiritual lives of mortal...
Tuesday, 03 November 2009 | Read more
100. Seraphim
Seraphim: Plural form of ‘Seraph’; a celestial being belonging to the highest order in the hierarchy of angels. Caretakers of God’s throne, locked in an eternal song of praise known as the ‘Trisagion’.
Friday, 26 June 2009

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