Artwork
from
The Newaeon Newsletter


Soror Cyn and Frater Keallach

This sketch originally appeared on the bottom of the Title Page of The Newaeon Newsletter, Volume III, Number 4, published on the 23rd of September 1980 E.V.  Depicting Soror Cyn and Frater Keallach, it represented what was, as well as a hope of what would be in the future.  Originally printed on goldenrod paper, 8½ X 11 inches, 6 sheets, 12 pages printed duplex.

Entitled: The Final Dedication

The drawing above, entitled "The Final Dedication", first appeared on the last page, bottom, of The Newaeon Newsletter, Volume III, Dual Number 5/6, printed duplex on 13 sheets of white 8½ X 11 inch paper.  The date of publication was the 21st of March 1981 Era Vulgari, the Vernal Equinox, and it marked the end of a promising relationship and the beginning of a Magister Templi's magical career.  It was the last newsletter to be dedicated to an individual.

The vanishing magician

This digital photograph along with the even more dramatic ones taken around the same time in which I appear to be vanishing have not yet been adequately explained.  Double exposures are impossible with the HP PhotoSmart and no attempt during the process of taking the photograph or after uploading it to the computer was made to fake this very unusual effect.  The camera's apparent ability to see through my body is a mystery yet to be solved.  Interestingly, no other subject photographed with this camera, animate or inanimate, has been photographed through, and so far this has only occurred when photographing myself on two different occasions.  Any ideas?  Perhaps this is photographic proof of my claim to have annihilated the ego in Crossing the Abyss!  If, on the other hand, it turns out that I have a magical camera that can see through things, you may find me lurking about outside of ladies' locker rooms, taking photographs of the exterior walls!


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