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By Cyril Fagan

The elemental textbook of the Western Sidereal college of astrology

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Despite the enormous facility and impact of the alphabet, the price we paid and still pay for our immersion in its culture is a distance from the real worlds it conveys. Something in the very bodies and brains our DNA gives rise to, something in our genetic connection to the living, material world around us, makes us respond on the profoundest of levels to music that 38 THE SOFT EDGE/ plays upon our ears. to images that enter our retinas. Without it, we no doubt suffer a’ form of sensory deprivation.

In a written language that requires 20,000 unique ideograms for full scholarly literacy, the production of text via a press that uses interchangeable type is simply impossible—the number of possible pieces of type is too large to in any practical sense be interchangeable. Thus, unsurprisingly, the Chinese use of the press was for the most part limited to greetings and announcements comprised of a handful of ideograms. Such full-length texts as did issue from this press were produced with an efficiency scarcely better than creation of handwritten manuscripts.

28,000 BC) and elsewhere in Europe. These depictions, ranging from the realistic in Chauvet to the more abstract, and more recent, in Lascaux (c. 14,000 BC), obviously predate not only the photograph but the alphabet. , stick figures) to hieroglyphics and then alphabet.

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