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The Seer

A ballad by Thomas Davis

 “It is hard to follow one great vision in this world of darkness and of many changing shadows. Among those men get lost.” … 593 more words


No Tithing Means No Salvation for Mormons

The Seer, p. 164; “… those whose names are not found on the tithing Books as having paid up the full amount of their tithing can in no wise be permitted to enter the holy temple and receive their endowments; those great and holy temple ordinances instituted from before the foundation of the world, as the only means by which the Saints can be exalted to the fullness of celestial glory, will be withheld from them, until the debt is cancelled: it is a debt which you owe the Lord; and it is for your good to pay it; as for the faithful servants of God it matters not to them whether you pay your tithing or not; the Church can get along without it; it is only for your own good that you are exhorted to obey the Lord in this thing, knowing that if you fail, you cannot receive the blessing.” – Orson Pratt, November 1853 174 more words

False Teachings Of Mormonism


Fear the awaken of the inborn man.



Fear is a boundary upon which another inborn man is form.
Fear is a realization of unborn immortality image in man. 1,022 more words

The Seer

The Seer

My erotic fantasy story THE SEER has been published in the ‘The Sexy Librarian’s Dirty 30 Volume 2 Anthology’. The story follows The Seer through the daily challenge of  being an oracle and the unique way she channels her divinatory gift to foretell the future. 88 more words


Supersonic Festival 2017 Review - Saturday Hightlights

Despite celebrating its 14th year, Birmingham’s Supersonic Festival is still a bit of an anomaly on the UK festival circuit. Maybe that’s down to its small size, its location, or the esoteric line-up it puts on each year, that has few headliners most people would recognise. 923 more words

Live Music Reviews

editing time!

I was so ambitious when I planned for the third Wolf Point prequel to be released May 1.  Quite honestly, I don’t know what I was thinking, because I had planned to write the rough draft during April’s Camp Nanowrimo.   429 more words