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Ramon Monegal Pure Mariposa

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Ramon Monegal Pure Mariposa

Posted by Valerie Vitale in Perfume Reviews M-Z 16 Mar 2013

It looks like I will keep my promise to the boys and plant a butterfly garden with plenty of milkweed. I got caught up in the patterns of migrating Monarchs during my recent encounter with Ramon Monegal’s Pure Mariposa, EdP.  BTW- The migrating population of Monarch butterflies in Mexico is down -way down. Two links follow.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2013/mar/14/mexican-monarch-butterfly-numbers

http://www.cafleurebon.com/new-niche-fragrance-review-ramon-monegal-pure-mariposa-encounters-with-butterflies-draw

 

A brief excerpt of the post is here..

…..The ephemeral butterfly is a symbol of the psyche. Butterflies exemplify grace, flight, and are a reminder to live life to the fullest. Their lifecycle is a journey of constant change and adaptation that involves incredible hard work, profound stillness, and ultimately a miraculous transformation. I found many moving stories written about encounters with butterflies that appear soon after the death of a loved one; survivors know that the butterfly represents the life force of the departed. While writing this, I began to notice images of butterflies everywhere I went, on my son’s lunch box; the framed print above my dining table that illustrates the four stages of metamorphosis. A film that tracked the migration patterns of the Monarch butterflies, they fly south to Mexico by the millions, and Odilon Redon’s symbolic paintings inspired me. At the office I spotted a butterfly print on a lonely shelf with a Matsuo Basho haiku that reads, “Wake butterfly, it’s late, we’ve miles to go together.”

 

Photo:

Catalina Trail, January 2, 1975, the day she and Ken Brugger “discovered” the Monarch butterfly overwintering sites Photo copyright Catalina Trail

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