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Tuesday, November 16, 2010


Crossroad is a symbolic term denoting the union and joining of paths. The association of the crossroad with Witchcraft goes back to ancient Greek and Roman times. Classically the crossroad symbolizes a joining of three roads, the balance of opposites, and the meeting of time and space....

... I am so sorry to do this to you, but this post has been moved to my new website, Magickal Ingredients, and can be found in its entirety here: Crossroads and Magick


Anonymous said...

I used your picture on my blog. It is so perfect for my poem. Hope you read it and comment. Did you take the picture?

Martin Liebermann / zeitspuren said...

Hello Gypsy Magic,

you have used my copyrighted image “Crossroads” for your blog
without my permission, without giving me author credits and without copyright information. You can see my original here:

Like texts, images have authors that deserve to be credited and payed, you also need their permission if you use their work. This is not only regulated by copyright law, but a matter of fairness.

I am a professional photographer, but I will not bill you for the non-commercial use of my work.
Instead, I deserve and demand to be credited properly – please add a byline “(C) by” (with link) to the image.

Please stay safe and fair when using other peoples intellectual/artistic property. Images “found on the internet” are usually NOT free to use – unless the author tells you so.

Using them without permission and author credits is not only prohibited. It is also part of a "culture of entitlement" that is nothing but an expropriation of artists. We are the people who have spent a lot of work, time and money to create the works you carelessly use without giving anything in return.

Kind regards

Martin Liebermann

Shirley Twofeathers said...

Sorry about that - and I'm happy to give you credit and a link - Blessings of peace !

Martin Liebermann / zeitspuren said...

Thanks for correcting the credit! Please feel welcome to use my CC-licensed images if you like them.

Best wishes


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