Tag Archives: Trickster

Corporate Wisdom…

* The doors and windows of your homes have more locks than a prison cell. * This, perhaps, should not surprise us. * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Wily Wotan…

* Determined to retake the mead of poetry from, the Giant’s who had stolen it, Odin, The High God, disguises himself as one of them… * He calls himself, ‘The Evil One’. * All the Jotunn have those sort of … Continue reading

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Hunting the Moon…

* We thought we would get there early, to soak up the atmosphere, and await the fall of night… * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Cryborg…

* When, O’ when will we learn? * Pathologies are not people. * Neither are robots, nor automatons. * Count Jack Black Reblogged from France and Vincent

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O’ Coyote…

* We welcome you to our sacred space… …We seek your help, in bringing balance and harmony into the world of our younger cousins. With your permission we will work with your spirit, Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Con-Men and Cwena…

* Talking to door-knobs, is one way of opening doors… * ‘Maam, charmed,’ sez the Wolf-of-Oz, oozing oblique obsequies, rather than, ‘Alacazan!’ * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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Nowt ’bout owt…

* The Master Mason watched as the Foundation Stone was lifted from its point of origin and swung out and over the construction site. * “I’d hate to have your job,” said a voice to his left. He shifted his … Continue reading

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Riddle You Too…

* …The Irish are particularly fond of the riddle and of the consciousness, which underpins its use. When living in the village of Saughall on the border of Chester and Wales my brother-in-law and I were frequent visitors to the … Continue reading

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Callanish Calling: Port Uig…

* I have fond memories of Holyhead and the ferry to Dublin. * These may, it is true, be now rose-tinted by time, but I am sure that there is a pub in which we enjoyed lunch and a couple … Continue reading

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Callanish Calling: Millennial Stone…

* After our sojourn at the Off Road Inn we tried Portree again but although we managed to get a park this time, as we prepared to exit our Red-Pill-Box, the heavens opened… * Continue reading at France and Vincent

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