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 At the gate to Merlin's castle...7 comments
picture26 Apr 2004 @ 03:39
Today we went to the other side of the isle of Avalon, crowned by the Tor. Our guide was Alan Royce, a local expert in the sacred geometry and energy lines and fields around the Somerset area.

"Strange" he said, "no buzzards today." I asked Alan where he would suspect the entrance to Merlin's palace of glass would be. He answered "right there where the three doves are circling. Strange, no buzzards today. Usually, there are plenty."

We went down the hill. It would have been submersed by water back then, thousands of years ago. Depending on the tide, only for certain brief moments one could have entered the castle of Merlin. A black-and-white rabbit sat in that place...  More >

 Where Merlin rests or works...2 comments
picture24 Apr 2004 @ 09:09
Merlin's archetypal forces are still roaming this world, even though some say he would be staying at his glass castle underneath the 'Tor' in Glastonbury/Somerset (see picture).

See a summary at GeZi's BLOG.

Is he the true Avatar? You answer this for yourself,hehe.. I for myself..  More >

 Famous Groves in History: Gethsemane0 comments
picture9 Apr 2004 @ 16:19
Today I joined Emperor Ming and his daugher Princess Maria-Theresa to the movies.

What is fitting for 'Good Friday' (as the Americans call the day before Eastern - hey, someone MUST have had a good time there after all!!! NOT!?)?

Well, you already guessed it: Mel Gibson's attempt of depicting 'The Passion of The Christ'.

One of the interesting parts (for me), was the way the movie starts with a zoom into the Garden of Gethsemane from outer space & above the clouds...  More >

 The Dire Truth About the Naming of this BLOG0 comments
picture8 Apr 2004 @ 17:52
I tried to remember how the name of this BLOG came about in the first place (It's not as obvious as it appeared later, hehe)..

So, resting my heels and pulminaries in Toulouse, France, at the Palace of Emperor Ming (you got that link by now, OK!?) , I found the original story that lend its name to this BLOG...

How A Great Little Lion Finally Found A Sacred Grove

A long, long time ago, in a future long forgotten, there lived a Little Lion who wanted to be the greatest of all the greatest Little Lions of all times. He worked very hard but...  More >

 The new face of Medusa revealed...17 comments
picture27 Jan 2004 @ 05:03
The new face of Medusa revealed...

After a rather long absence from the net, hopping around all over Europe, I am reconnecting again a bit. That would be boring without a picture, so I show my latest vision of Medusa here...  More >

 How to Recover from Dead Ends2 comments
picture31 Oct 2003 @ 20:10
Gezi came up with an excellent analogy about the necessity of recovering from dead ends.

Dead ends, whether spiritually, emotionally or financially, are easily traps that...  More >

  Q4A Contest: He said that they said that I said that you said that he said...3 comments
picture3 Oct 2003 @ 14:21
Arnold apologized for what he said about women today, so he is back on track to becoming a real Governator. Or??

So, what did he actually say about women? I could simply make it the monthly "Question for the Answer (Q4A)" Contest question and I would find out.

But worse things were in store for me: I was in a good mood when I hit the Westwood In'n'Out today for my weekly dose of fastfood (that stuff is addictive!). A surprise was waiting for me in the form of Jimmie R. and Pete F. (names suppressed to protect the innocents). It left me so dumbfounded that I wouldn't be able to replicate here for all of you if it weren't for the Sony MD recorder I had in my pocket and (thanks heaven!) that I actually hit the button.

Here is the transcription of an immensely profound and meaningful conversation between 3 old (did I say old?) friends. Out-of-state people please excuse the slight californican slang: ...  More >

 Brain Break: Aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy8 comments
picture28 Sep 2003 @ 11:02
this came to me last nite from Gunter, the hunter:
(my rmeark bolew)

Brain Break

Thanks to MMF's father for this interesting bit . . .

Aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn't mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoetnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer be at the rghit pclae...  More >

 Quote of the Day: Krishnamurti about Belief Systems10 comments
picture5 Sep 2003 @ 15:02
Maria Lee from the Wholeself Institute sent me the following quote from Krishnamurti... (couldn't y have said it better!!)

from "Commentaries on Living": "One of the things that most of us eagerly accept and take so totally for granted is the concept of "Belief". I am not attacking beliefs. What we are trying to do is to find out why we accept "belief" and if we can understand the motives, the cause of that acceptance, then perhaps we may be able to understand why we do it, but also be free of it. ...  More >

 Q4A: Contest (4 real) What's the question to this answer??0 comments
picture2 Sep 2003 @ 22:31
Now we are doing the first real contest (not a trial run, hehe).

The answer is not a phrase but a sketch made after a group session Sept 18th 2001 in Hollywood by Steve Owen.

What was the question?

(there is no right or wrong question/answer for this one since nobody remembers what moment Steve had in mind when he made the sketch the day after.)

First price one of the following CDs:  More >

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