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Friday, 1 January 2010

Kenwood: symbols.

Julian has also spotted that the motif on that Kenwood stationary is the same as on the roof of the limo. I seem to recall that the limo symbol was meant to represent John's astrological sign, Libra, in a suitably none-more-1967 fashion. (Balance, not balls, apparently.)
If so, the same with the paper, obviously.


  1. This symbol is the Spirit Wheel, it also symbolizes the Quintessence of the alchemists. I know because my father who was a druid had it tattooed onto his back. He was one of nine druids who were given permission from the high priest to possess such powers, known as the Lamas. They were known as shamen or what one would call bush doctors.