Two Moongates

The moongate has traditionally been employed in garden and landscape settings as a symbolic threshold between worlds.

Mike Panos of Maywood, NJ recently sent me a photo of a moongate he constructed on his property. It was built with 7.5 tons of Pennsylvania Endless Mountain fieldstone.

In Rochester, NY Chuck Eblacker recently showed me a moongate (pictured above – top 2 images) he’d built into a curved section of wall, a difficult task beautifully conceived and executed.

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2 Responses to Two Moongates

  1. Dan Snow December 7, 2009 at 1:00 pm #

    Hi Chuck,

    The impossibility of articulating spacial construct theory via phone could not have been better illustrated than with our conversations while you were working on your moongate. It would have made for a good radio comedy.
    Fortunately, you knew what you were doing all along and the piece came out great.
    Dan

  2. chuck Eblacker November 19, 2009 at 2:34 am #

    Hi Dan..Thanks for showing a few pics of my work on your blog. I’m honored and glad that I got through that job without completely driving you crazy…
    With hearting, Chuck

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