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Quest of Avalon: Part V

Greetings, milord and milady!

Once again, it seems that I have to beg for thy pardon, for the agonisingly slow update!

If you would like to catch up on the latest of Morgan Le Fay’s tale, you may do so in… 771 more words


Whistleblowing for Equitable Geopolitics Part 2: Project Camelot

Camelot: Seat of Empire

Project Camelot was an ambitious study-project that almost came into existence in late 1964. However, on July 8th, 1965, the program was cancelled by the Secretary of Defense of the United States due to a 35-year-old whistleblower who had recently founded the first academic institute for peace research at the University of Oslo. 2,937 more words


Through the Mist to Avalon

With Herne’s blessing I have begun a new path of study on my Pagan path: Avalonian Witchcraft. I’ve always been in love with tales of King Arthur and Merlin, and I know several different versions of the tales. 929 more words

Around The Cauldron

Recognizing the King

23 November 2014 – Christ the King Sunday

DISCLAIMER: I believe sermons are meant to be heard. They are the word proclaimed in a live exchange between God and the preacher, and the preacher and God, and the preacher and the people, and the people and the preacher, and the people and God, and God and the people. 1,634 more words


David ('Cheers') Lee directs slimmed-down 'Camelot' at Two River Theater

Two River Theater Company opens Lerner and Loewe’s musical “Camelot” tonight, but it’s not going to be what you expect. Instead of a large cast in sumptuous costumes with a pit orchestra, you’ll get 8 musicians and 8 actors in Arthurian street clothes. 690 more words

David Lee

Twenty years of changing lives

It’s hard to believe that 20 years ago today Noel Edmonds and Anthea Turner pushed the button starting the very first National Lottery draw. To mark the occasion and to celebrate the impact of Lottery funding in our communities, our… 527 more words


Camelot (2011) - Should you watch it?

Camelot is a wannabe Game of Thrones with one season that ends on a couple of cliffhangers.

There, a one sentence description. To be fair, Camelot was shot before Game of Thrones, so it didn’t copy GoT in any way. 227 more words