Author Archives: Sue Vincent

About Sue Vincent

Sue Vincent is a Yorkshire-born writer and one of the Directors of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School. She writes alone and with Stuart France, exploring ancient myths, the mysterious landscape of Albion and the inner journey of the soul. Find out more at France and Vincent. She is owned by a small dog who also blogs. Follow her at and on Twitter @SCVincent. Find her books on Goodreads and follow her on Amazon worldwide to find out about new releases and offers. Email:

A rift in time…

The hut was dark, save for the smoking lamp, shadows danced around her, drawing her into vision. She sat, silent and still, waiting for what would come, opening herself to the now familiar shift. A strange perfume filled the air, … Continue reading

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Crumbled ~ Paula Light #writephoto

A love so strong must abide, She believed, as she left to find Herself, somewhere else. She traveled, swam, camped, and climbed To experience the world She’d been denied. Continue reading at  Light Motifs II

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Innocence #midnighthaiku

Innocence blushes The simple heart is golden Open to beauty *

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Afghanistan adventures #46 ~ Mary Smith

Reblogged from Mary Smith’s Place: Waras, Afghanistan – early winter 1989 A narrow defile between towering mountains led us out of the Kirman valley. There was no indication of a way out and I assumed there must be an opening … Continue reading

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Disappointed, once again … Reena Saxena #writephoto

each step each curve -familiarity breeding hope when I climb pulling out weeds on the way Continue reading at Reena Saxena

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Dreaming Stones: Second Sight…

We had returned to the stones of Callanish for a second attempt at getting the feel of a place of which we had a little knowledge but no real understanding.  Facts are not enough, you have to walk the land … Continue reading

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Calanais: Moot-Points…

* We may have to take issue with Burl. * There is nothing cramped about this monument. * And that word implies, does it not, unfit for purpose? Which Callanish most certainly is not. * From a distance the stones … Continue reading

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Episode 9- Dr. Andy Cooper and Helios

Originally posted on The Magical World of G. Michael Vasey:
Tonight a new episode of the Magical world of G. Michael Vasey is available. It features Dr. Andy Cooper, founder of the Helios School of Esoteric Sciences. If you do…

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The orphanage ~ Smita Ray #writephoto

Saltmort hunkered down for a flat stone and skimmed it along the lake. On turning back he scrambled up to the grassy bank, plonked down and cast a glance around. His old ramshackle orphanage stood right ahead of him. Its … Continue reading

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Flux Tree

* Long ago Coyote was walking his way. He came to a hill on which he saw a man cast his eyes out of his head into a Flux Tree. They hung in the branches of the tree until the … Continue reading

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