Daily Archives: October 4, 2020

Going West: A Simple Man

Behind the High Altar of St Davids Cathedral there was once an empty space, open to the winds. In the early 1500s, Bishop Edward Vaughan created a chapel there which, for me, is the loveliest part of the cathedral. The … Continue reading

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Dowsing has Many Uses

Originally posted on The Magical World of G. Michael Vasey:
I had always thought dowsing was for finding water. My Dad used his rods for finding pipes and wires. I use the sticks to work with Earth energies. So, I…

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The Shreiking Womb: Neesh…

* …So, Deirdru was kept in a place apart until she was ready for Connavor’s bed. * No one was allowed into her enclosure save her foster-mother, her foster-father, and her nurse maid, Leborcham, the satirist. * One winter’s day … Continue reading

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Known, Yet Unknown

Originally posted on rivrvlogr:
Known, Yet Unknown A friend you’ve never met shares, and you are the better for it. Vision, with an eye for detail, provides inspiration. Vision, broad in perspective, raises questions, brings understanding. Vision regarding history offer…

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Great expectations…

It had been a while. A long while, actually. And… if the bird would like to cover its ears… I was really fancying roast chicken. I don’t usually cook much for me, you see. I have cooked at my son’s … Continue reading

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Soaring #midnighthaiku

Open to beauty The gift of a new morning Spirit soars with joy

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