Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Old Welsh Road

The Welsh Road is an ancient Drovers way that runs from the Holy Welsh island of Anglesey (AngleSea) down to Smithfield Market in the City of London. Holy Welsh cattle were taken to London for slaughter and renamed English beef. … Continue reading

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Data Money

The data collection thing is getting worse by the minute isn’t it? My daughter applied to steward a festival through Oxfam or some similar corporate, and she had to tell them her height ! Why do they need to know … Continue reading

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Cheap Deals

I am beginning to think that people go shopping to buy cheap deals, not goods or food or things they need, but things that make them feel they have saved money. A friend of mine said: It’s so great, it’s … Continue reading

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Stonehenge Alignments

I was recently in Devon with the amazing Lundy Island in full view. It reminded me of the Stonehenge triangle whereby Lundy forms a right angle between the Preseli Hills in Wales (due North) where the blue inner henge stones … Continue reading

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Cloud and Screens

Nearly everything we do every day goes through some sort of middleman control, where it is edited and taxed. We are tricked into this by the Cloud and the Screens, the modern day equivalent of Smoke and Mirrors. The system … Continue reading

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