Time Magic: Work with Elephant

Posted on September 1, 2009
Filed Under elemental work, Elephant, entities, Magic, Taylor Ellwood, time magic | 4 Comments

I’m prepping to switch from the Element of Emptiness to the Element of Time. My work with the element of Time will likely be quite different from that of the previous workings. I’m working with a lot of entities, and already have been given a diagram of sorts that shows the positioning of each entity.

Last night I did my first working, which was to Elephant as the gatekeeper of time. Elephant guards the gates of time, acting as a guardian for those who would work with time, but also as a guardian of time itself. I would consider him a tester of a person’s understanding of time. His lesson is to teach those who would work with time about the integral role of space in defining our understanding of time, specifically in terms of distance and how we use spatial measurements to process the motion of time.

I’ll be working with him for the rest of this week, as part of the prep work for switching over to Time in October. Below is the painting I created last night with his guidance. The background colors are purposely done somewhat faded, so that the symbol stands out further.

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Ron Adams
Ron Adams

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This looks interesting. Timely.

Hey I'm a libran also...

Ron Adams
Ron Adams

93
This looks interesting. Timely.

Hey I'm a libran also...

AarTiana
AarTiana

When I first looked at this before reading, I saw a turtle hehe! That has sort of a "time" theme too, I suppose. Interesting choice Taylor, very "Saturnian" (relating to Chronos, Greek God of Time). Saturn enters your sign of Libra very soon, for two and a half years! Looking forward to your future posts!

AarTiana
AarTiana

When I first looked at this before reading, I saw a turtle hehe! That has sort of a "time" theme too, I suppose. Interesting choice Taylor, very "Saturnian" (relating to Chronos, Greek God of Time). Saturn enters your sign of Libra very soon, for two and a half years! Looking forward to your future posts!