The green, orange and red beaded butterfly curtain is my passageway to another land.
As I hear the beads collide against one another, I feel the energy change around me. The laws of science no longer apply and the power of logic is defeated by magic and art.
I’ve just stepped inside a medieval land dominated by knights, dragons, elves, wolves, wizards and royalty.
Radiant hues of sap green, yellow ochre, phthalo blue and alizarin crimson adorn the mystical landscape. The brilliant scenery is a painting in my mind’s eye that comes to life to right before me.
As I absorb the lush beauty around me, I suddenly hear a voice cry out:
“Can you tell me where my country lies?”
I quickly turn my head and see Peter Gabriel singing a cappella to me dressed in shiny plate mail wearing a galea.
Gabriel’s question is the opening line to Genesis’ 1973 prog classic “Dancing With the Moonlit Knight.”