The Tree of life

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“In the midst of the street of it, and on either side of the river, was there the tree of life, which bare twelve manner of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month: and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.”

Revelations 22 : 2

Yggdrasil the world tree of Norse legend

The bible tells of the Tree of Life baring “twelve manner of fruits”, this engenders the question; what kind of tree has 12 different fruit? The answer is a tree that is actually 12 trees.

The bible also states “and yielded her fruit every month”; what kind of tree yields fruit every month? The answer is a tree that not a tree as we know it.

Yggdrasil as depicted above branches forth from the centre of the space defined, but also at its perimeter. Yggdrasil has a contentious etymology but its most agree upon meaning is “Odin’s horse” – could this relate to the horse imagery depicted in the 2 and 10 of wands? (see the Two Towers)

Here I have added a toriod energy field to the Shamballa shape. Its profile is a circle (or 2 circles depending on your view) with no gap at the centre. The outer edge of the toroid intersects with apexes of its neighbours. I see this as a modern rendition of Yggdrasil ready to form other protrusions of the tree to reach up and around its perimeter.

When toroids are added to each apex, visualisation becomes more difficult, so I created 2 versions of the above. One describing the wireform shape much like lines of latitude and the other like lines of longitude.

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