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Mine-Sweeper…

* I entered the ruin to a low hum… The snug fit of my arms in the portal vectors was no accident. Once inserted an irreversible chain reaction commenced. The stone and wood around me shifted into old form: sleek… … Continue reading

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Beyond the bounds: Contact…

* But what would the first meeting have looked like? * Like Cortez, or Cook, or Columbus… * The travellers, apparalled differently, brought gifts, and some of these were, later, still deemed worthy of record… * Their manners, and customs, … Continue reading

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Time After Time…

* … “Ah, you’ve left the matrix in this time, that’s good,” says Ben, he pauses, “Why sages?” “You would regard Christ as a sage would you not?” “I would indeed.” “Christ is often pictured in a Vesica.” “It is … Continue reading

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Beyond the bounds: Cultures…

* … Notwithstanding the benefits of pure service, which are indeed immense. * The ‘designers’ may also have needed to accomplish something else. * There is no doubt that the sites utilise magical principles to interact with the wider landscape. … Continue reading

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Time Before Time…

* ALL-HAIL EVE Anu’s Folk studied in the North-Isles. Four seats there And four sages who taught them; A plentiful sowing… A dutiful flowing… A beautiful glowing… An artful knowing… * Wen catches a brief sight of the poem I … Continue reading

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Beyond the bounds: Symbiosis…

* Different races of people are like different species, that is, like any other animals. * If they willingly work together in harmony, it is because they both get what they need from doing so. * The ‘builders’ got, amongst … Continue reading

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Free Time…

* ‘…all the great thinkers recognise the importance of rational thought and also the importance of getting beyond the rational and that’s where the myths and fairy stories come in…’ – The Heart of Albion * Ancient terms of measurement … Continue reading

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‘Other Earth…Stuart France

* Aurally… Aurally Pray, explain if you can, “Why O’ why is it so typical for this sort of man?”… * The Sci-en-ti-fic Messers ‘Our-King’ and ‘Door-Kins’ et el… Continue reading at France & Vincent

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Journey

* Beloved child, a silent form carved with his mother’s tears Immortalised in innocence, now sleeping through the years. Above him yet another Child is carried through the stream Upon a giant’s shoulders, with the clarity of dream. Continue reading … Continue reading

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Discovering Albion– day 1 – The Road

A perfect spring morning; the sky a clear and sunny blue above the vibrant green of the fields. Catkins dance on the hazel trees and snowdrops blaze purity at their roots. The south of England basks in sunlight as I … Continue reading

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