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Brigid

Brigid: most popularly known as St Brigid of Kildare, a patron saint of Ireland, though many believe the saint is a Christianisation of the goddess Brigid, a member of the Tuatha De Danaan. 1,203 more words

Inspiration

Thoth Excerpt

I turn to the empty space beside me and watch a form coalesce. A figure only I can see. Joggers and cyclists pass by and to them I am alone.

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Art

Reclaiming my intuition

The trouble with intuition, is that some people will use it to replace evidence in a way that cannot be argued with. The experience of people magically ‘knowing’ things that from where I was standing, looked like utter bullshit, left me reluctant to use my own for many years. 476 more words

Thinking About Feeling

Hop to Hop

Cross bus switchups

Pity the fool who doesn’t know Google Maps’ Magic

Any point to any point, any time now or then

Takes longer, but brings a stop to jangling of continuous-on-life at home or office or car… 98 more words

Contemporary Poetry

Bast Excerpt

A shadow woman dances in the moonlight, backlit and lithe, her movements are slow and predatory. She moves toward me, her form growing smaller as she merges with the silhouettes of hedges and sheds, eyes glinting in the dark, mad as gold.

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Art

Hidden Figures

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No, not the film (not perfect, but worth seeing for some excellent acting, and a tautly written account of a little known but important event in US history), but magicienne (that’s what she calls herself) Julie Eng. 117 more words

Life

ROBERT HEINLEIN - WALDO AND MAGIC, INC.

I’m always surprise at how many people have not read these two novellas at all, or read them, but completely missed the point. Some readers apparently can’t see any connection between the two stories. 245 more words

Sci Fi - Fantasy - Time Travel