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    formatted in a manner such that they appear similar to the original Spellings are sometimes different from those used in contemporary English Horizontal rules mark page breaks Numbers aligned to the right are page numbers Table of Contents Part two is the Raphael Part four is Sandro Botticelli LEONARDO DA VINCI Blank Page 41 The world perhaps contains no other example of a genius so universal as Leonardo s so creative so incapable of self contentment so athirst for the infinite so naturally refined so far in advance of his own and subsequent ages His pictures express incredible sensibility and mental power they overflow with unexpressed ideas and emotions Alongside of his portraits Michael Angelo s personages are simply heroic athletes Raphael s virgins are only placid children whose souls are still asleep His beings feel and think through every line and trait of their physiognomy Time is necessary to enter into communion with them not that their sentiment is too slightly marked for on the contrary it emerges from the whole investiture but it is too subtle too complicated too far above and beyond the ordinary too dream like and inexplicable TAINE in A Journey through Italy Blank Page 43 I THERE is a little book by George B Rose entitled Renaissance Masters which is quite worth your while to read I carried a copy for company in the side pocket of my coat for a week and just peeped into it at odd times I remember that I thought so little of the volume that I read it with a lead pencil and marked it all up and down and over and filled the fly leaves with random thoughts and disfigured the margins with a few foolish sketches Then one fine day White Pigeon came out to the Roycroft Shop from Buffalo as she was passing through She came on the two o clock train and went away on the four o clock and her visit was like a window flung open to the azure White Pigeon remained at East Aurora 44 only two hours not long enough she said to knock the gold and emerald off the butterfly s beautiful wings White Pigeon saw the little book I have mentioned on my table in the towerroom She picked it up and turned the leaves aimlessly then she opened her Boston bag and slipped the book inside saying as she did so You do not mind And I said Certainly not Then she added I like to follow in the pathway you have blazed That closed the matter so far as the little book was concerned Save perhaps that after I had walked to the station with White Pigeon and she had boarded the car she stepped out upon the rear platform and as I stood there at the station watching the train disappear around the curve White Pigeon reached into the Boston bag took out the little book and held it up That was the last time I saw White Pigeon She was looking well and strong and her step I noticed was firm and sure and she carried the crown of her head high and her chin in It made me carry my chin in too just by force of example Tissue leaf with the following text From the engraving by J Posselwhite after the painting by Leonardo da Vinci Picture of Leonardo da Vinci Blank Page 45 I suppose so easily are we influenced When you walk with some folks you slouch along but others there be who make you feel an upward lift and a skyey gravitation it is very curious Yet I do really believe White Pigeon is forty or awfully close to it There are silver streaks among her brown braids and surely the peach blow has long gone from her check Then she was awfully tanned and that little mole on her forehead and its mate on her chin stand out more than ever like the freckles on the face of Alcibiades Roycroft when he has taken on his August russet I think White Pigeon must be near forty That is the second book she has stolen from me the other was Max Miffler s Memories it was at the Louvre in Paris August 14 1895 as we sat on a bench silent before the Mona Lisa of Leonardo This book Renaissance Masters I didn t care much for anyway I got no information from it yet it gave me a sort 0 glow that is all like that lecture which I heard in my boyhood by Wendell Phillips 46 There is only one thing in the book I remember but that stands out as clearly as the little mole on White Pigeon s forehead The author said that Leonardo da Vinci invented more useful appliances than any man who ever lived excepting our own Edison I know Edison he is a most lovable man because he is himself very deaf and glad of it he says because it saves him from hearing a lot of things he doesn t wish to hear It is like this he once said to me deafness gives you a needed isolation reduces your sensitiveness so things do not disturb or distract allows you to I concentrate and focus on a thought until you run it down see Edison is a great Philistine reads everything I write has a complete file of the little brownie magazine and some of the Little Journeys I saw he had interlined and marked I think Edison is one of the greatest men I ever met he appreciates good things I told Edison how this writer Rose had compared him with Leonardo He smiled and said Who is Rose then after a little pause continued The great man 47 is one who has been a long time dead the woods are full of wizards but not many of them know that and the wizard laughed softly at his own joke What kind of a man was Leonardo Why he was the same kind of a man as Edison only Leonardo was thin and tall while Edison is stout But you and I would be at home with either Both are classics and therefore essentially modem Leonardo studied nature at first handshe took nothing for granted nature was his one book Stuffy fussy indoor professors men of awful dignity frighten folks cause children to scream and ladies to gaze in awe but Leonardo was simple and unpretentious He was at home in any society high or low rich or poor learned or unleamed and was quite content to be himself It s a fine thing to be yourself Thackeray once said If I had met Shakespeare on the stairs I know I should have fainted dead away I do not believe Shakespeare s presence ever made anybody faint He was so big that he could well afford to put folks at their ease If Leonardo should come to East Aurora 48 Bertie Oliver Lyle and I would tramp with him across the fields and he would carry that leather bag strung across his shoulder just as he did when in the country He was a geologist and botanist and was always collecting things and forgetting where they were We would tramp with him I say and if the season were right we would go through orchards sit under the trees and eat apples And Leonardo would talk as he liked to do and tell why the side of fruit that was towards the sun took on a beautiful colour first and when an apple fell from the tree he would so to speak anticipate Sir Isaac Newton and explain why it fell down and not up That leather bag of his I fear would get rather heavy before we got back and probably Oliver and Lyle would dispute the honour of carrying it for him Leonardo was once engaged by Caesar Borgia to fortify the kingdom of Romagna It was a brand new kingdom presented to the young man by Pope Alexander the Sixth It was really the Pope who ordered Leonardo to survey the tract and make plans for the fortifications and canals 49 and all that so Leonardo didn t like to refuse Caesar Borgia had the felicity of being the son of the Pope but the Pope used to refer to him as his nephew it was a habit that Popes once had Pope Alexander also had a daughter by name Lucrezia Borgia sister to Caesar and very much like him for they took their diversion in the same way Leonardo started in to do the work and make plans for fortifications that would be impregnable He looked the ground over thoroughly travelling on horseback and his two servants followed him in a cart drawn by a bull which Leonardo calmly explains was a side wheeler Leonardo carried a big sketch book and as he made plans for redoubts he made notes to the effect that crows fly in flocks without a leader and wild ducks have a system and fly V shape with a leader that changes off from time to time with the privates Also a waterfall runs the musical gamut and the water might be separated so to play a tune Also the leaves turn to gold through oxidation and robins pair for life Leonardo also wrote at this time on 50 the movements of the clouds the broken strata of rocks the fertilisation of flowers the habits of bees and a hundred other themes which fill the library of note books that he left Meanwhile Caesar Borgia was getting a trifle impatient about the building of his forts Two years had passed when Caesar and his father met with an accident not uncommon in those times The precious pair had indulged in their Borgian specialty for the benefit of a certain cardinal whom they did not warmly admire though the plot seems to have been chiefly the work of Caesar By mistake they drank the poisoned wine prepared for the cardinal and the Pope was cut off amidst a life of usefulness his son surviving for a worse fate Pope Julius II coming upon the scene speedily dispossessed the Borgians and the idea of the new kingdom was abandoned Leonardo evidently did not go into mourning for the Pope He had a bullock cart loaded with specimens sketches and note books and set to work to sort them out He was very happy in this employment being essentially a man of peace 51 and while he made forts and planned siege guns he was a deal more interested in certain swallows that made nests and glued the work into a most curious and beautiful structure then tearing up the nest when the young were old enough to fly and puishing the wee birds out to swim in the air or perish I made some notes about Leonardo s bird observations in the back of that Renaissance book that White Pigeon appropriated I cannot recall just what they were I think I ll hunt White Pigeon up the next time I am in Paris and get the book back 52 II WHEN that painstaking biographer Arsene Houssaye was endeavouring to fix the date of Leonardo da Vinci s birth he interviewed a certain bishop who waived the matter thus Surely what difference does it make since he had no business to be born at all a very Milesian like reply Houssaye is too sensible a man to waste words with the spiritually obese and so merely answered in the language of Terence I am a man and nothing that is human is alien to me The gentle Erasmus when a boy was once taunted by a schoolfellow with having no name And Erasmus replied Then I ll make one for myself And he did No record of Leonardo s birth exists 53 but the year is fixed upon in a very curious way Caterina his mother was married one year after his birth The date of this marriage is proven and the fact that the son of Piero da Vinci was then a year old is also shown As the marriage occurred in 1453 we simply go back one year and say that Leonardo da Vinci was born in 1452 Most accounts say that Caterina was a servant in the da Vinci family but a later and seemingly more authentic writer informs us that she was a governess and teacher of needle work That her kinsmen hastened her marriage with the peasant Vacca Accattabriga seems quite certain they sought to establish her in a respectable position And so she acquiesced and avoided society s displeasure very much as Lord Bacon escaped disgrace by leaving Hamlet upon Shakespeare s doorstep This child of Caterina s found a warm welcome in the noble family of his father From his babyhood he seems to have had the power of winning hearts he came fresh from God and brought love with him We even hear a little rustle of 54 dissent from grandmothers and aunts when his father Piero da Vinci married and started housekeeping as did Benjamin Franklin with a wife and a bouncing boy The charm of the child is again revealed in the fact that his stepmother treated him as her own babe and lavished her love upon him even from her very wedding morn Perhaps the compliment should go to her as well as to the child for the woman whose heart goes out to another woman s babe is surely good quality And this was the only taste of motherhood that this brave woman knew for she passed out in a few months Fate decreed that Leonardo should have successively four stepmothers and should live with all of them in happiness and harmony for he always made his father s house his own Leonardo was the idol of his father and all these stepmothers He had ten half brothers who alternately boasted of his kinship and flouted him Yet nothing could seriously disturb the serenity of his mind When his father died without a will the brothers sought to dispossess 55 Leonardo of his rights and we hear of a lawsuit which was finally compromised Yet note the magnanimity of Leonardo in his will he leaves bequests to these brothers who had sought to undo him Of the life of the mother after her marriage we know nothing There is a vague reference in Vasari s book to her large family and growing cares but whether she knew of her son s career we cannot say Leonardo never mentions her yet one writer has attempted to show that the rare beauty of that mysterious face shown in so many of Leonardo s pictures was modelled from the face of his mother No love story comes to us in Leonardo s own life he never married Ventura suggests that on account of his birth he was indifferent to the divine institution of marriage But this is pure conjecture We know that his great contemporaries Michael Angelo Raphael Titian and Giorgione never married and we know further that there was a sentiment in the air at that time that an artist belonged to the Church and his life like that of a Priest was sacred to her service 56 Like Sir William Davenant Leonardo was always proud of the mystery that surrounded his birth it differentiated him from the mass and placed him as one set apart Well might he have used the language put into the mouth of Edmund in King Lear In one of Leonardo s manuscripts is found an interjected prayer of thankfulness for the divinity of my birth and the angels that have guarded my life and guided my feet This idea of divinity is strong in the mind of every great man He recognises his sonship and claims his divine parentage The man of masterly mind is perforce an egotist When he speaks he says Thus saith the Lord If he did not believe in himself how could he make others believe in him Small men are apologetic and give excuses for being on earth and reasons for staying here so long and run and peek about to find themselves dishonourable graves Not so the great souls the fact that they are here is proof that God sent them Their actions are regal their language oracular their manner affirmative Leonardo s mental attitude was sublimely gracious 57 he had no grievance with his Maker he accepted life and found it good We are all sons of God and it doth not yet appear what we shall be 58 III PHILIP GILBERT HAMERTON who wrote the Intellectual Life names Leonardo da Vinci as having lived the richest fullest and best rounded life of which we know Yet while Leonardo lived there lived also these Shakespeare Cervantes Columbus Martin Luther Savonarola Loyola Erasmus Michael Angelo Titian and Raphael Titans all giants in intellect and performance doing and daring and working such wonders as men never before worked Writing plays without thought of posterity that are to day the mine from which men work their poetry producing comedies that are classic sailing trackless seas and discovering continents tacking proclamations of defiance on church doors hunted and exiled for the right of honest 59 speech welcoming fierce flames of fagots falling upon blocks of marble and liberating angels painting pictures that have inspired millions But not one touched life at so many points or revelled so in existence or was so captain of his soul as was Leonardo da Vinci Vasari calls him the divinely endowed showered with the richest gifts as by celestial munificence and speaks of his countenance thus The radiance of his face was so splendidly beautiful that it brought cheerfulness to the hearts of the most melancholy and his presence was

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  • Old Testament law doesn't apply to Christians - Everything2.com
    for pointing that one out m turner brought up the point of The Seven Laws of Noah a k a the Noachide Covenant I feel they being just as pre Christian as Mosaic Law would equally not apply to Christians I like it 13 C s idea by zbuffer Thu Jul 18 2002 at 20 11 57 This proposition if taken too far is an instance of the doctrine of antinomianism see Webster 1913 on Antinomian How someone arrives at the antinomian position depends upon their theological tradition but it appears in many different denominations and sects For example in dispensational circles it is argued that the law and the new covenant are distinct and unrelated dispensations of God s grace and therefore the old covenant law is not binding upon partakers of the new covenant If you have more of a covenantal theology then you must be very careful before flatly dismissing adherence to the law because the new covenant builds upon instead of replaces the old Those who would say at least part of the OT law is somehow meaningful binding upon mankind hold to a doctrine of theonomy and thus are theonomists the most I believe compelling form of which is theonomic reconstructionism a doctrine appearing frequently in reformed theology To a reconstructionist the law is separated into ethical and ceremonial illustrative components as noted by dann the former remains binding as principles for civil conduct and ethical life the latter was binding only upon pre messiah Israel Thus while a Christian is free as argued very persuasively by dann above to walk afoul of the entirety of the Mosaic law without consequences as to his eternal salvation he may be positioning himself in opposition to the civil judgement of God 1 which could lead to his experience of this present life being rather badly fouled up 1 Another way to think of this is through the lens of what are called spiritual laws this is the notion that God s ethical laws have material consequences in the form of biases or drifts in the natural situational order For example tit for tat is a spiritual law of rabbinic origin which basically says what goes around comes around or in more Christian terms God is not mocked as a man sows so shall he reap I like it 2 C s idea by JordanM Mon Feb 09 2004 at 11 14 24 Under the Mosaic religion especially the Talmudic version that is the basis for all Orthodox Judaism Judaic law does not apply to non Jews in any case even those who accept that the Jewish religion is entirely correct In essence the Jewish religion believes that Hebraic law is the result of a covenant between the Jews and God as the God s chosen people the Jewish legends actually claim that God chose a number of other more powerful peoples first but none of them were willing to accept the entire law whereas the Jews when

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  • A Beginner's Guide to IRC - Everything2.com
    You need to choose a nickname for yourself so that other people will know what to call you It can be as descriptive or imaginative as you like Bear in mind that the more people there are on the network the more likely it is that someone already has that name Once you ve thought of a name you d like people to know you as you can enter it into your client In mIRC or Colloquy just type it in the box labeled nickname If you re using ircII it will automatically use your regular username by default so you don t need to select a new nickname to log onto a server Don t worry if you can t think of a good name right away all IRC clients let you change it at any time with this command nick ZoeB If the name you chose has already been taken the server will tell you that you can t use it and you can simply type in the command again to choose another name As you can see I ve just gone for my forename and last initial but the names of characters from novels and phrases that describe your hobbies and interests are also common The last step before actually starting to explore the IRC network is to tell your IRC application your full name In this day and age it s probably a good idea not to give it your actual real name Anyone else on the network will be able to see the name that you enter so it s a good precaution to just type in anything that politely makes it clear that you wish to remain pseudonymous In mIRC you can simply type your fake full name in the full name box mIRC also insists that you provide it with an e mail address but you can trick it with this information just as easily It doesn t even look for an symbol so you can put anything you like here too Lastly click on connect to server and close the window entitled mIRC favourites that eventually pops up In Colloquy you need to click on the arrow next to details to reveal the real name box As is the case with any other IRC client you can put whatever you like here Next click connect In Unix it s naturally a little harder ircII users can change their full name by typing something like the following at the command prompt before running the program export IRCNAME Emily Berkenstein From this point on any IRC client will let you give it commands by typing a line of text that begins with a slash Try the following command only with your own nickname whois ZoeB If everything s gone smoothly you should see some information about the user you re curious about The reason it s good to examine your own nickname in this way before joining any channels is that you can make sure no private information is being given out Just remember any information you can see as a result of issuing a whois command is also information anyone else on the network can see Don t show any information here that you would be uncomfortable revealing to a total stranger Talking to People Now that you re relatively safe from the average person finding out more about you than you want them to know you re ready to join a channel Every channel has a name and channels that are daisy chained across the network begin with a symbol followed by a simple word or acronym On popular servers such as the four listed above typing in the name of a rock group or TV show you like is almost guaranteed to get you on a channel full of people as are general terms such as the name of your favourite religion or political affiliation although those channels can understandably have quite heated discussions on them If this is your first time using IRC it s a good idea to start with a general channel that s not about anything in particular so let s try this one join chat As before you re talking to the application itself and telling it that you want to join the channel called chat This will probably be a relatively popular channel on most big IRC servers hopefully full of helpful people who will be kind to anyone starting out with exploring the world of IRC Congratulations you re now talking to people on IRC Assuming that at least some people are actually paying attention to their IRC applications they should be talking to each other on the channel already You might even catch the middle of a conversation When people talk on a channel most IRC clients display their dialogue like this Alice so that in a nutshell is the meaning of life Bob I never thought of it that way before Alice Just don t tell everyone Alice I ve already got all the psychiatrists on my back You can now type in anything you like without a slash at the beginning and it will appear on the channel So if you type this Hi everyone Then everyone on the channel will see something like this ZoeB Hi everyone You can also pretend to perform actions by using the me command to write about yourself in the third person It may seem a little confusing at first but you soon get used to it For example typing in me sneezes Will display something like this to everyone ZoeB sneezes You can use this to say absolutely anything about yourself in the third person so all of these are fine me runs around excitedly me kisses NinaR on the cheek me wonders what the meaning of life is that Alice mentioned earlier As you can see it s a fun way of showing people what you re actually doing of roleplaying or of

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  • Everything2 Help - Everything2.com
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