Monday, October 16, 2006
Picture of a hexagram on a 14 century C.E. brick pavement tile from “Luxembourg House” (Piata Mica nr. 16), in Sibiu, is courtesy of Daniel Tellman who published it on Flickr. This tile measures about 25 x 25cm, and it is 5,5 cm thick. Pay attention also to the Lily symbol above the hexagram.
Six hexagons surround a seventh hexagon and in each one of them there's a Star of David on a book cover made by the hands of" blackeyebunky" who published this photo on Flickr and wrote in the caption:
I carved the boards with a pocket knife whilst burning in the sun of the North Carolina mountains. Oh, and there's a couple layers of milk paint and shoe polish on the cherry boards.