Solitary Moonlight

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  1. The creepiest place I have ever been was an old cinema. A few years before there had been a fire in which a number of people were killed. It had been sold as a ruin and completely refurbished. I went to a special opening showing of Gladiator there and I noticed as I went in that it felt, odd, like it was waiting for something. As soon as the lights went out I got this overwhelming feeling of claustrophobia and had to get out... It was so warm and 'close' and I excused myself and ran for the exit. I've been to the cinema loads of times before and never felt like that, I'm not afraid of the dark or ever suffered from claustrophobia, but I could smell or feel smoke and burning and everything started to press in on me, and I just couldn't stay. Thank goodness for DVD's because I never feel much like going to the cinema anymore. lol
  2. He's amazingly life like. lol
  3. I agree with this. With most of your post actually Jalyndre. I think that the civilsation could easily have been far more advanced than would be expected of that time. But then the same is true for right here, right now. Many indigenous peoples still don't know what electricity is, and would have no use for a laptop, a radio or a microwave. Imagine the differences between an Amazon tribesperson and someone from, say, Chicago or London. Imagine dropping a Himalayan in the middle of Berlin or Toronto, there would be no way for them to measure their existence against the one lived in places like that, and they probably wouldn't want to. Such differences exist now, so I don't find it at all unlikely that similar differences existed then. People, cultures and societies from all over the globe develop at different rates for various reasons, and that would seem to have been the truth since development began. How technologically 'advanced' Atlantis might have been is impossible to say because most of the truth has been lost to time, and any evidence that might have existed is long gone. I like to believe that all I have heard is true, simply for the sheer romance of it all. I love a good mystery and they don't come much better that the riddle of Atlantis.
  4. I wish you all a very happy Earth Day. May you find peace for your spirit and never want for anything you need to sustain you through your life's journey.
  5. boys (great movie)
  6. If I were to travel in time I would want to go back to a time before christianity took over the land I call home. When pagans walked the earth in peace and worshiped the same way. I would like to know how and why Stonehenge was built, and see how it was used by the people who built it. I would like to be present for the birthing, matching, and burial of people, both rich and poor. I'd like to experience life through my religion in all it's phases.
  7. I've been reading Mills and Boon books since I was in my teens, but I'd never heard of otherkin versions until I read this post. I went to the library and grabbed a few at random, just out of curiosity, and I think I might enjoy reading them. I'll let you know.
  8. I've been puzzling over this question and I'm still no nearer to an answer. I always describe myself as a wiccan/human hybrid. This is because I have looked deep inside myself and I cannot see wiccan as only a religion, not for me. It is a part of me, a connection that runs right through the center of me like words through a stick of rock. It's who I am, what I am, and why I am. Without it there is no 'me' as I know me. Without it there is no me as I know I can be. Without it I cannot function as 'me' the individual, because I do not know the 'me' who not is also that. I've never been very interested in what others think of me, The 'me' they know is whoever I decide to 'show' them. Each person is only allowed so many of the pieces of my personal jigsaw, none of them have access to the same pieces and even if they combined all the pieces they have between them the picture they formed would be so fragmented it wouldn't be identifiable, so asking for help is not an option.
  9. I am definitely here, but not as much as I'd like right now. Herbal tea would be lovely Velvet. Thank you.
  10. Signed.
  11. The moons for different months have been given many names by various cultures. Here is a list of the ones I use. JAN ~ Earth moon FEB ~ Hunger moon MAR ~ Egg moon APR ~ Seed moon MAY ~ Milk moon JUN ~ Flower moon JUL ~ Fruit moon AUG ~ Storm moon SEP ~ Harvest moon OCT ~ Hunter's moon NOV ~ Cold moon DEC ~ Long Night moon And of course a second moon in any month is called a Blue moon. If any of you use different moon names I'd love to hear them.
  12. Please could you change 'Moon's Blog' to read 'Journal of an Anomoly'. Thank you.
  13. Oh that's not good. It seems far too pretty to mean that doesn't it?
  14. Thanks
  15. I know how busy you must be, so I will try copying and moving it myself. If I come up with any problems I'll get in touch, if not I'll just get on with things.