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Beginning on December 22nd, we are stepping into Capricorn. The end of the 12 month cycle, and the beginning of a new year.
Capricorns are ruled by the planet Saturn, and according to the 1st-century poet Manilius, Saturn is sad, morose, and cold, and is the greater malefic.It is carrying us into our seemingly never-ending winter, and will either break us or restore us. According to Claudius Ptolemy, “Saturn is lord of the right ear, the spleen, the bladder, the phlegm, and the bones. Saturn symbolized and processes things that were dry and cold, and therefore inimical to life. It governed the melancholic humor.”
Model is Nicole LaDonne Knowles // film is by Deborah Jung // Clothing by Carousel Vintage // photos by The Rosewood Beast
Today I went out and scoured the streets of my city Spokane, Washington for fashionable or interesting looking people Satorialist-style. My friend Justin suggested I do this about a year ago, and I realized it IS something that should be done! We do have fashionable people here, and we DO have our own style. I had planned this particular project out a little different- trying to get people to fill out a few questions about why they wore what, or what they were wearing, and while I got a few, I think next time I will just go take photos and not be so serious about what or why. Anyway, here is my first session:
Two lovely sisters, growing up in the 1600s.
Condemed for being witches, in a time when so many people had already been put to death, they barely escaped
They knew this would not end with them. More innocent people would be slaughtered if something was not done….
they raised the dead farmer, who’s body had been dumped in the pond after being hung for a wrongful accusation
they whispered the horrible things that had been happening in the village
Blood would be spilled. But none of whom were witches.
Inspired by Coco Rosie’s video “The Gallows”, and the books The Crucible and The Witch of Blackbird Pond
which were based on the Salem witch trials.