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Slightly different approach for awhile

Hey, sorry I have been away for awhile.  Many changes going on at the moment, and hanging over my head a deadline; I am supposed to hand in a finished draft for a readable history of Britain from 367-664.  2,142 more words

King Arthur

Magick And Responsibility

Magick And Responsibility

True magick is not like a cake in which everybody must vie for a slice or be left with none: it is more akin to a never-emptying pot. 324 more words

Daily Posts

Delicious Deluge

Unexpected delicious,
The magical moment.
A seahorse key of recollection,
Waves of memories, a cascade of loving.
Caressing and pampering
The memories, feelings,
Butterflies again, and again… 77 more words


The Long & Winding Woad

“Our ancestors were not stupid.” – A friend

The things that comfort me at times of trouble may seem strange to some: a Youtube clip from Doctor Who… 425 more words

Mental Health


It looks like the developers of Hellblade, Ninja Theory have decided to become a Indie company  thats dedicated to producing a triple A quality game while maintaining their creative freedom. 317 more words


Books That Count As Great

Thanks to the magic of library I have just enjoyed the superb six-part BBC TV adaptation of ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy‘ that starred Alec Guinness, and so was delighted to encounter this month’s NY Times Sunday Book Review… 283 more words

Alton Chapter

Microfiction: Serpents

A longer bit of microfiction, a mingling of Norse and Celtic myth, to go with this rather splendid painting by N. Roerich

In the blue pink dawn, the ships bucked against the tide, strung out along the strand beyond the reefs. 302 more words