We have from Chuck, the official website of the "Ark of Hope."
The Ark of Hope, a 49"(124.5cm) x 32" (81.3cm) x 32" (81.3cm) wooden chest was created as a place of refuge for the Earth Charter document, an international peoples treaty for building a just, sustainable, and peaceful global society in the 21st century.
You know, just like the "Ark of the Covenant"- except this one has Unicorn horns protecting it instead of Angels.
Each panel visualizes a season, a direction, an element, and a universal symbol. Symbols of faith from traditional religions and indigenous societies surround the top panel of "Spirit" that honors the children and young animals of the world. The 96" carrying poles are unicorn horns which render evil ineffective.
I thought is was majik that was rendered ineffective- oh well, I'm just a nonbeliever...
Did you get permission from the Unicorn Rider to dehorn at least two of his rides?
Inside the Ark's lid is the Earth Charter handwritten on papyrus paper. The University of Cairo supplied Sally with instructions for making paper with papyrus - a plant known to have the ability to purify water of pollutants. The papyrus was harvested from the Living Systems, Inc. waste treatment plant in South Burlington, VT, soaked for two weeks in Sally's bathtub, then pressed using 90,000 pounds of pressure at Langdell Papers, a Vermont papermaker in East Topsham.
"Harvested"? Do they grow papyrus in sewer plants now?
I guess she didn't have a use for that bathtub for two weeks...being a hippie and all...