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the Riverland III

This week it’s been quite chilly in the morning. Adelaide seems to be like that, quick changes in weather. Last week was a lot warmer. We had 7 degrees outside and 16 inside when I crawled out of bed this morning. 322 more words

Trips And Travel

Food of the Gods

The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge: A Radical History of Plants, Drugs, and Human Evolution, Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishers, 1993.

Food of the Gods of perhaps the best book… 2,038 more words

The New Paradigm

Review: Mirror Mirror by Gregory Maguire

I have read bits and pieces of Gregory Maguire’s books over the years, including the first few chapters of Mirror Mirror. For one reason or another, I have never fully finished one of his books. 601 more words



Your nails are the keys which unlock the door of death, and of life. They are the four eyeteeth of Death forged by the Tubal-cain the Canite with the art he used to build the primitive houses of the city which he founded after covering I with blood, (as a foundation); the son of the first man took  from his brother’s life–and war began!–from which art originated and was sanctified by your hands, Master Carpenter! 159 more words


Then Moses made a bronze serpent and set it on a pole in the desert; if a fiery serpent or a scorpion bit any man he would look at the bronze serpent and be healed; white serpent, with compassionate eyes which see all human sorrow, you heal whoever  looks at you. 93 more words



Genesis 3:5 –the serpent, satan is saying:

“For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.” 754 more words


Humble beginnings: a rib and an apple

Today I thought we’d talk a bit about one of the more maligned women in history. Well; history might be pushing it a bit, as we don’t know for sure this lady existed. 2,357 more words