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A Bibliomantic Tale VI… Stuart France

* A Prisoner of Portmeirion? * Resistance “Pages Two-Five-One and Two-Five-Two” * No 8 (Light) ‘The sexual origin of the lingam is, of course, obvious, but this only brings out the extraordinary depth of understanding in ancient India. Sex was … Continue reading

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd: Greeting the Druid…

You could not wish for a more spectacular setting for a stone circle. Perched high above the sea, with views to distant mountains in every other direction, it is  a magnificent site. A slight rise to the seaward side blocks … Continue reading

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A Bibliomantic Tale V… Stuart France

* Borth-y-Gest from Portmeirion Beach *  “We have Take-Off!” Resignation “One-Nine-One, or One-Nine-Two?” * No 3 (Light) ‘Suddenly the world Cracks, the phallos Slams home, slams the ineluctable stroke. And the universe splits, the touched-off tinder, Fired by that blazing … Continue reading

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd: Ascent

‘The prophet takes over where the mystic stops. The mystic is ascent; the prophet descent.’ – William Everson The bibliomantic reading could not have been more appropriate. From the mines, we were heading for the heights to meet a Druid … Continue reading

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Guest author: Jaye Marie – #TheBrokenLifeBlogTour @jaydawes2 #Mystery #Thriller

In my wildest dreams, I could never have dreamed I would ever be running a Blog Tour for one of my own books. Just goes to show how far you can come if you let yourself dream big. Way back … Continue reading

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The Wyrm and the Wyrd: Descent

The trouble with awe-inspiring landscapes is that the camera can never do them justice. It is not merely a matter of scale, depth and perspective… the lens can capture all the details accurately. It can hold a frozen moment of … Continue reading

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A Bibliomantic Tale IV… Stuart France

* * “Somewhere in all that cloud stands a Druid at the head of a circle.” “Let’s go see if we can find him.” … * The Pillars: Penmaenmawr. * Tee minus Six hours and counting… “It’s odd, I had … Continue reading

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