Eureka, Smelled It! – LOL


I finally found what I wonna be in life, I’m gonna be an ancient poo researcher and I’ll have you know that it’s the poo that’s ancient! Apparently there’s a bird called the Kakapoo and on analysing his poop, researchers found why it’s more or less going to hell, because it eats the seed of the Hades […]

Call of the Mighty Wolf! – Pause


From Gypsy Spirit Wind: Do I see shadows of lifetimes past? Do I hear a whisper in the breeze? Do I feel the goddess’ breath? Do I understand the language of the trees? Am I worthy of the divine blessings? Will I work for the infinite good? … Will the elements aid and guide me, […]

Dutch Poets Invade WordPress!


Two Dutch poet friends of mine have started a WordPress blog. If you speak Dutch and like poetry, check them out: http://www.reepken.wordpress.com http://www.adelaarwillem.wordpress.com Apparently a Dutch platform called weblog.nl is calling it quits and most of the users from there will be coming here. Prepare yourselves! Here are some more: http://pastuiven.wordpress.com/ http://jeaninehoedemakers.wordpress.com/

Angels Watching!


From Gypsy Spirit Wind : Mages gather, faeries unite, The world is troubled, earth is torn. Astral beings gathering strength, Against the rising, terrible force, … The beast has risen, now awake, This path must run its course. The sirens call, the banshees wail, The armies will assemble, Angels will gather arms of light, Living and […]

Incidents of Criminal Obtuseness! – No Joke


This is my favourite from “The 35 Dumbest Things Ever Said on the Internet“: (Click to see them all!) Some of the pictures show a button for ‘reporting abuse’, they should put one for reporting obtuseness instead. It’s mind-boggling, folks! I just had to add this one from the A Daily Thought site:

The greater significance of ley lines, by Erik Oakenshield


Originally posted on Humanistic Paganism:
“These things curb the ego, inspire wonder, and force us to look inward.” There are very few instances where scientific idea evolves into something most would deem “supernatural theory,” but ley lines followed such a path. Usually it is the other way around, where the inexplicable becomes scientific subject matter,…