Archive for May 5, 2012
I write on The Experience Project as well as here on Ralphie’s Portal. Our dear high one “Ralphie” has asked me to post this story here on the portal. I wanted to preface this story by clarifying what EP sisters are, (Experience Project sister witches and friends) Now, here you are~.
It is one of the supreme delights of my life to dance unashamedly beneath the full moons glow. For me, there is exceptional magick in these moon dances, especially now that I know that my solitary dances are united in spirit with my exquisite EP sister witches near and far.
There is regeneration and splendid joy in my solitary worship for it is no longer solitary. It is a most highly wholesome feeling to be one small measure of this powerfully feminine circle of support and encouragement. We are a circle of knowing mothers and crones, we keep within our minds and bodies the secrets of life and of love and of nature. We are carnal, for we have lived and we have nurtured new life, we are consecrated for this same cause. Our spirits leap as our individual sacred flames burn within the moonlit midnight. As one sweet force we shall dance in wonder and awe.
We are most alive on these blissful full moon nights as we weave and sway together and alone from our scattered points upon the blessed earth, each single flame made brighter by the nearness of the next. The distance between us is elapsed as our shared ecstasy builds to a peak. Again on May 6th we will come together, linking hearts as we dance merrily in the spirit of sisterhood as beloved grateful daughters of the moon united.
I sold her a bearskin coat, but left it to her to sweet talk the bear out of it!
Lucky for him, the clown was buried post-humorously!
The first blind patients to be fitted with electronic eye implants in a UK clinical trial have regained "useful vision" only weeks after surgery. Chris James was able to see outlines of objects for the first time in 20 years after surgeons fitted him with the device during an eight-hour operation. The 51-year-old from Wiltshire, who lost his sight to the disease retinitis pigmentosa (RP), is one of two patients taking part in the first UK trial of the technology that began in April.Doctors said that both patients showed improvements in their eyesight that "exceeded expectations".James, who works for Swindon borough council, was diagnosed with RP in his mid-20s.
I just had to share this with you!
The sweetest laughter comes from people, who have suffered the most, have the most regrets, have seen the most and have cried the most!
Now that’s what I call healthy living!
Come and get it!