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The Curious Incident Of Brigid And The Bathwater: A Profound Story For Today

The circle continues to turn. Imbolc, St Brigid’s Day, or Candlemas, as some call it, comes ever closer. Spring is in the air.

‘O, wind, if winter comes, can spring be far behind?’.

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Christian Thought

Top 5 Bitcoin Myths and the Truth Behind The Lies

Many times I’ll run into people new to the idea of Bitcoin and they have heard some mainstream news program or some random person confuse them about Bitcoin. 493 more words

BItcoins Facts And Myths

Changing Stories: Ovid's Metamorphoses on canvas, 71 - Glaucus and Scylla

As Ovid brings Book 13 of his Metamorphoses to a close, we are with Aeneas on Sicily. Scylla has been combing the hair of Galatea, who told the tragic story of the death of her lover, Acis. 817 more words

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The Death of Stars

It was the age of the Apocalypse.

Stars, worlds were descending into choas.

Two beings, suspended in the void watched from the protection of a sparkling, blue glow. 406 more words

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The antibiotic myth

There’s a programme on the radio this morning about the history of antibiotics. It was quite interesting while they were talking about the discovery of penicillin, but I’ve just had to turn it off. 238 more words

Hodags: Creatures from the North Woods

Different types of creatures appear in fantasy novels. Some spring directly from the mind of the creator, like J.R.R. Tolkien’s hobbits, some are inspired by mythology, like J.K. 712 more words

Fantasy

The Myth Of History


Unless We Were There, We Have No Idea What Really Happened (and even if we were we don’t have much of a clue…)

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