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Poisoning the Elixir Part III-Water is Alive

Guest post by Jill Henderson – Show Me Oz

Excerpted in-part from our new book: Illuminati Agenda 21: The Luciferian Plan to Destroy Creation

In Part I and II of this series on Water, we discovered how and why the earth’s water was being intentionally destroyed and poisoned by an elite cabal of eugenicists and industrialist polluters. 115 more words

Dean Henderson

After "Mermaid’s Howl" by Marina Celander (tide poem)

—————————–dream deferred                                                            (a long haul

temperature of                                        broken underwater                                           of han)

—————————————blue hue scales                                                                         slowly

white silk hanbok                                                                      slowly appear

lifts                                          deliberate                                             of what rejects… 122 more words


Water Memory by Emily A. Sprague

Water Memory began as an imagination of the feelings that are floating through the natural world around us. It morphed and cycled and gained memories of my own which are now contained like those in all bodies.


[Netgalley] Water Memory by Mathieu Reynes and Valérie Vernay (Illustrator)

I received a free e-copy via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

Finally got around to picking up some more comics. This time around I decided to check out Water Memory for the same reason I always pick up comics, the cover. 509 more words

Book Review

Review: Water Memory

Water Memory by Mathieu Reynès

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Following the death of her grandmother, Marion’s mother Caroline makes the decision for them to move back to the village she lived in as a small child. 90 more words

Reading Review

[ARC] Water Memory by Mathieu Reynès

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The story begins with a relocation: Marion’s mother inherited the family home in a fishermen’s village, and decides to move there with her daughter. 156 more words