In Greek Mythology Aurora was the goddess of the dawn symbolising a new beginning… starting a new chapter or starting over…… signifying a reset for humankind. In Roman mythology, Aurora renews herself every morning and flies across the sky, announcing the arrival of the sun. Her parentage was flexible: for Ovid, she could equally be […]Read more "AUROARA"
Just to state I do not believe in reincarnation as such I think it is more akin to the Dr Who method of regeneration. No matter what path or journey I may take I keep getting brought back to the same place the site of the ancient s tones. Recently I spied the above title […]Read more "The Memory Code"
This will be the first in a series of posts in which you will follow me on a journey in completely losing my mind. I hope to find a new one during the process. Thanks to Hugo for the Valis and PKD links. Firstly I would like to emphasise I don’t believe in aliens or […]Read more "Total Recall"
This post will be a short one as I just threw it together in response to the nerve agent attacks that are happening at the moment. Incredibly I myself am now caught up in this bizarre story and as we discovered some time ago we are writing and starring in our own movie…its unreal or […]Read more "Mars Attacks"
I started this post as always some time ago however doesn’t time fly so I finally decided to finish it. There have been times these past few years when I have felt as if I am the one writing the script for the things that are happening in this Dreamworld. I know others are experiencing […]Read more "The Return of Spectre"
In the book Pillars of the Earth the town of Kingsbridge is fictional. Follett based it on a ‘real’ place that of Marlborough, Wiltshire; he chose that location because the cathedrals of Winchester, Gloucester, and Salisbury could be reached from there within a few days on horseback. Kingsbridge Cathedral as described is based on the […]Read more "The Pillars of the Earth"
“Night gathers, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death. I shall take no wife, hold no lands, father no children. I shall wear no crowns and win no glory. I shall live and die at my post. I am the sword in the darkness. I am the watcher on the […]Read more "A Song of Fire and Ice"