Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Power of The Earth

I have always been a barefoot sort of person, enjoying the feel of going barefoot as much as possible. The first sign of Spring for me is going barefoot on the grass. So when I was given a book called … Continue reading

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Rory’s Story Cubes

The Metro today describes a new kid’s toy called Rory’s Story Cubes. They comprise of nine dice, each with 6 symbols. You roll the dice, and use the symbols to trigger your imagination to create a story. This seems like … Continue reading

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Child Care Profits

A friend’s daughter is doing an apprenticeship at a nursery, a chain store style nursery. She gets paid £10 per week by the nursery and £100 per week from the government for a 46 hour week. She is in charge … Continue reading

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The Golden Circus

The Circus in Bath is the same size as Stonehenge. It was designed by John Wood, a practising Druid, and the architect of Georgian Bath. It has exactly 33 houses, some of unequal size, in three curved blocks of equal … Continue reading

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Normalising Paedophilia

The Jimmy Savile news story has been good in that it has exposed some paedophilia going on in the world. Not so good is that the mainstream media carefully avoided mentioning that Savile was a procurer for the global elite … Continue reading

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Killing Bath

The Bath Chronicle has just announced yet another major city centre development. Really quite suddenly, out of the blue. This time it is the Grand Parade and Undercroft. That will put the entire riverside either side of Pulteney Bridge under … Continue reading

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The Dyslexics Are Right

Words control us. Especially if you spell them right. They cast a spell. That’s why there is so much emphasis on getting the spelling right, and leaving the right gaps. If you mis-spell the words, you can miss the spell, … Continue reading

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