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Sorcery, Trump, and the Inevitable Death Process

Sauron was become now a sorcerer of dreadful power, master of shadows and of phantoms, foul in wisdom, cruel in strength, misshaping what he touched, twisting what he ruled, lord of werewolves; his dominion was torment. 1,019 more words


Gustave's Theatre

The guy upstairs. He listens and writes. I listen to the rain on a tarp. He writes in the dim moonlight. Writes about monsters and falling pillars. 194 more words

Creative Writing

Floral Friday

Our peonies peaked in late May – we have both white and pink varieties. The ants inundate the pods until they open up into these large and dense petal masses. 89 more words


A Wrap to Go

I have now come to the point where I have to bring all together. Find that deeper meaning, get philosophical about Egyptian Mythology. Not necessarily my area of expertise, but here goes nothing. 377 more words


The Ark: Conclusions

This is our final post in the series about how the Church views the Ark of the Covenant. In our previous post, we did some analysis on how the typology developed over time. 666 more words


Multi tenancy – A myth in the cloud

Multi tenancy is a popular buzzword, often heard coupled along with cloud computing terminology. This is the issue and has created a dogma and some believe that multi tenancy can only be related with the cloud and cloud based SaaS services. 462 more words


Hesiod's Brush, the paintings of Gustave Moreau: 11 Mythical animals and cities

During the late 1880s, Gustave Moreau had largely recovered from the death of his mother. Although he still did not submit his work for major public exhibitions, in 1886 the Goupil Gallery mounted a one-man show of some of his paintings of La Fontaine’s fables, together with six of his other watercolours. 1,551 more words