Mike’s Prattle



Posted by Mike on May 9, 2012


Immeasurable is the expansion of The Immeasurable Regions which was designed for Peregrin Wildoak’s blog Magic of the Ordinary. When I originally designed it, I almost cut the vellum to the original 6×24 size but at the last second decided to leave the entire 19×24 up. I wanted to design the original piece as a piece in itself and then expand it to a second piece.

A couple credits are in order. The initial inspiration comes from Peregrin and is explained here. The two pillars were based on the Thoth-Hermes Temple designs in Pat Zalewski’s Golden Dawn Rituals and Commentaries p 127-130. The idea to tie the upper and lower parts together was inspired by a discussion with my brother after pointing out the part that wasn’t quite working yet.

Immeasurable is the first piece I’ve made available as a print (particularly as I won’t be keeping the original) and there are two more that will follow, Adonai Ha-Aretz and Tiphareth Mandala. I still need to work out a couple things, for instance a premium account allows for larger size prints. I also intend, at least for the foreseeable future, to donate any artist proceeds from deviantart to a charity. So more on these details when I can work them out.

Newest project is coming along swimmingly, a Tree of Life with each sephirah an x-pointed star-based design…


2 Responses to “Immeasurable”

  1. Tabatha said

    I love it!

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