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Jo Wall

Can we talk about the most intricate and beautiful works of  fantasy art? I found out about this lovely lady’s work a few years ago. I had seen her cards and calendars, but never really stopped to look at them in depth until I received a card for Christmas.   106 more words


Top 10 alternative fairytale movies

Be warned, if you’re not down with your witches, pixies, fairies and whatnot, this list will appear strange and confusing to you. That being said, away from your Cinderella and Snow White classics, here’s an alternative take on the best the fairytale genre has to offer that you might find refreshing. 311 more words

Best Of Lists

Updating Clare Graves, C. G. Jung, Cave Paintings, Shamanism, Saints, Fairies, Kundalini, and Alien Abductions

I have decided to add a tentative conclusion to this blog’s central post: its explanation of Graves’ and Jung’s system. Back before I retired from university, my students often asked questions that amounted to the query: if this is true, what is the big picture it offers. 835 more words

Developmental Theory

Let the Hunt Begin!

December begins with The Theme Hunt  “INTO THE WOODS”!
Start Today, 30th November to 15th December

Look for the AMAZING set the CHEZ MOI built specially for you! 20 more words



These arrowhead shaped pieces of flint were used as weapons against animals and people. They were believed to be fatal to cattle. To save a cow that had been shot with an elf-arrow they had to be touched by the arrow, the arrow then needed to be dipped into water and the cow needed to drink the water afterwards. 94 more words

The Beauty of Nature and Friends in the Scottish Highlands

The Scottish Highlands, and therefore those of us walking through it in September, experienced clear skies and even warm days, warm enough to discard not only my first but second layer jacket as well.  293 more words

Red Giant

Words used to fly around here

Fairies on wings, blue pixie dusts

Weaving magic, warming hearts;

Men walked by here, their arms

Holding a lady’s – swaying to the adjectives; 170 more words