About

Ars, Arte et Labore is one of the WordPress blogs of Jaq White (there are links to some of my other blogs in the right hand side bar)

In 2002 I built a website “Arte et Labore” which was hosted by BT. It was built very painstakingly in Dreamweaver and featured Art, Poetry, and The Great Work in all its guises. It never occurred to me that when I changed service providers, my website would be lost without a trace! But indeed it was.

I’ve decided to rename this blog from Supersede to Ars, Arte et Labore, as my aims are still the same – to stimulate the Seeker.

I have been practising the “Magnum Opus” for over 20 years, studying  Alchemy and Symbolism, Hermeticism, Gnosis, Kabbalah, Ancient Philosophies, theologies, modern psychology, Mythology, Egyptology and the History of the Ancient Near East. This blog mainly deals with those subjects, though I stray into other areas of interest sometimes! These include art, illustration, music, poetry, storytelling, folklore, literature, nature …..

Jaq

oh, and if you’d like to see some products with images and quotes also designed to nourish the soul, please visit my Zazzle store My Zazzle Store

 

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    1. Thanks Alex 🙂 Yes, been playing around with a few different themes, none of the free designs have ALL of the options I’d like! I hope this one is easy to navigate for people who visit.. I’m going to see how it goes for a couple of weeks and then decide whether or not to keep it this way. More people have been reading older posts since I changed it, so it’s looking like a good change so far! 🙂

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  1. Thank you so much for stopping by our blog, and for the likes and for you comments. We thank you for your support and hope you will continue to follow us. We have taken a look at your blog and find it very intriguing as my latest novel delves in to esoteric societies, with a supernatural twist. If your interested you can find the link on our website to the chapters I am posting while finishing up the final edits before publication as an e-book. I wish I would have learned of your site sooner. Regardless it will be fun to read your many posts. Thanks again. L&L

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