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Towers and spires historically signified, in popular liturgical terms, an upward celestial reach, assuming a heaven overhead which gods inhabit, where they would cavort, with its less desirable alternative, a place of damnation, isolation, suffering underfoot. The commercial semiosis of towers, on the other hand, is that of upward reach, a grasp for wealth, envisioned as and signified by a material pile.
Also by Vergel Bradford
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