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About our traditional Karenni beliefs

The Karenni people have many different cultural traits and beliefs. Karenni is a broader term used to describe all of the sub-ethnic groups that comprise it. 378 more words


feather and fur and bone and skin

“I would like to request that you remove the dead thing from the fridge as soon as possible please”, were the words the husband woke me with that morning. 372 more words

Musings & Other Randomness

The Greatest Injustice: Not Loving Those Who Hate

A few months ago I was I sitting in a small wooden boat in Southeast Asia with some of my closest friends and teammates. We were trying to find our way up river through a maze of thousands of dead trees rising up out of the water. 868 more words


Review: Animist - S/T EP

New York five piece Animist play a rather great style of progressive death metal. Their debut EP is but three tracks, but clocks in at over half an hour’s worth of dazzling death prog, replete with blasting, epic guitar lines and a guttural roar that is surprisingly decipherable. 211 more words


Urban Druidry

If you’ve not yet read this, check it out –

‘The Handbook of Urban Druidry – Modern Druidry for All’  – by Brendan Cowlin

http://www.moon-books.net/books/handbook-urban-druidry… 521 more words

The Web of Life as I see it

What do I mean by the Web of Life?

Many years ago I read a book called Godel Escher Bach by Douglas Hofstadter. This book contains many mind expanding concepts one of which is the concept that a colony of ants might be sentient, even intelligent and well educated. 1,550 more words