Daily Archives: July 23, 2018

Misinformed/Summit #writephoto

Originally posted on Notes to Women:
Copyright Sue Vincent ? Emily’s face turned ashen.  “That cannot be true,” she exclaimed.  “You must be mistaken, Charlotte.” Charlotte’s expression was one of great concern when she saw her cousin’s reaction to the…

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Thursday photo prompt: Summit #writephoto

Originally posted on pensitivity101:
You can join in with Sue’s challenge here: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/3193846/posts/1929765224 There was a storm brewing. She could see it building on the horizon, feel it in the wind on the hill. They were running away tonight. Away…

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The Beloved

Originally posted on Jordy’s Streamings:
There I was laying in a lush green meadow, enveloped within the leaves of tall grass, wet with moisture from the morning dew… and in willful surrender to the divine… A lovely man with…

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Following the Broken Lines of Earth to Brentor

Originally posted on The Light Behind the Story:
“The ley lines, lad. The ley lines. The lines of light in Earth. Some call them dragon lines. They haven’t been right for quite a long time now. Clogged by darkness. Broken…

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Living Lore: Ichabod Temperance ~ A Spectral Analysis of Temperance

  Howdy folks, my name is Ichabod Temperance. I live in Birmingham, Alabama, USA. B’ham is an old steel town. One of the primary ingredients of steel is iron. There is a rich seam of iron ore here. Separating the … Continue reading

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Elusive Realities reblog: A very personal ghost story ~ Pete Johnson

Reblogged from Beetley Pete: I have never really believed in the supernatural. Ghosts, apparitions, reincarnation, life after death, and all things associated with these. Not that I wouldn’t have liked to, it just didn’t seem plausible. Psychics can often appear … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History VIII: At Ease

Leaving Tavistock behind, we headed out for our rendezvous with Alethea and Larissa. There were hawks in the sky and a woodpecker on a fence post as we travelled the green wormhole through the trees. We arrived at our destination … Continue reading

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St Just… Stuart France

* “And what did St Just do?” * * “Well, apart from displaying his true colours, and confirming the link between the stonework of ancient and less ancient sacred sites, he also reminded us why we’re here.” Continue reading at … Continue reading

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June #midnighthaiku

Just a memory Stately spires and dancing stars Frolic in the sun  * Summer fades the bloom Wise flowers furl their petals Strength gathers within

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