Yes, it seems the clues are hidden everywhere.
Sleeping Beauty is interesting. Without temptation = asleep.
The kiss that woke the princess was a result of true love.
The 'golden egg' in Mother Goose was a result of true love which is what the hero Jack then went to find for himself. He thought he had, but she turned out to be "Sweet Columbine", a poisonous flower. At the same time he lost the egg due to his relationship with the merchant.
I thought this is telling us that our motives should be pure - those who just want the money will never find it.
In other words the true treasure is a spiritual treasure - simiar to the Grail.
It could also mean that the poem is simply a reflection on life. Happiness is not found in money, love is not lust etc. Except that I came to it from here:
Pendle Zodiac - Virgo (girl with a hare/cat-like animal)
Pendle Zodiac - Cancer (huntress) Capricorn (goat) Libra (dove)
Looked at again, the scene above has someone directing it:
This was not noticed by Robert Lord who first found this terrestrial zodiac. It changes the whole meaning of the zodiac and leads to many strange conclusions.
I realised that there should be a tableau for the crone in the zodiac but it was not there. I looked outside the zodiac and around 120 miles away found this:
compare it with
The crone is now in charge of the dove, which has been transformed into the goose. The crone is 44 miles high and the goose (dove) is 33 miles across. These are of course very significant numbers and could be interpreted to mean that the spiritual aspect of man has been overtaken by the material. Very apt for the modern world!
In fact many might say that the time for the Grail to be found has come. Could this mean that we are closer to finding its true meaning than we think?
There are many coincidences in the landscape figure above. The town plan of Peterborough forms a perfect skull, the town of St Neots coincides with the rider's knee. And more http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmy2bdBe_gQ
It would remain just an interesting coincidence if it was not for how it was found but above all, for where it led.