Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Old One and the Fisherman’s Wife

Meanwhile in Japan, Hokusai in his old age used to sign 画狂老人卍 (Gakyōrōjinmanji). His life long production of painting covers every genres and subjects, like nyotaimori.  

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An Octopus with a Nose Ring

If the idea of having a swastika part of a Kanak charm against creatures from the deep seems strange to you, let me take you for a trip along the coast of Panama. There, the Kuna indians live on a … Continue reading

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Of a Charm against Creatures from the Deep

In The Shadow over Innsmouth ( H.P. Lovecraft, written 1931, published 1936), old Zadok Allen mentions a Kanak’s charm. “Well, come abaout thutty-eight – when I was seven year’ old – Obed he faound the island people all wiped aout … Continue reading

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365 as sum of squares

365 = 10² + 11² + 12² 365 = 13² + 14² 365 = 5² + 12² + 14² 365 = 3² + 4² + 12² + 14²

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