Dreamspinner Extraordinaire

Little one, I come to this place again

Where vines crawl like snakes to wrap themselves

Around the stone in which your name was carved

The humid air stay still

Not one leaf turned, not one bush swayed

I want to bring you news from home

About father’s constant battle with his demons

Liquor, gambling and women – is there no end in sight?

Mother tries to camouflage the gloom with sunshine

But who can she fool with her smile and gentle hands?

I know you are safe and warm where you reside

I don’t wish you to come back among us

If only to spare you from our folly

And for you to keep us, untainted, in your memory

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My Diary: King Arthur And The Lawnmower Knight

Gerald's Rather Strange Diary

I got up inside an old fashioned camera and then exposed myself‭; ‬luckily no one was looking.‭ ‬I had a bath in a cup of tea while June showered in coffee‭; ‬this part of our relationship has never changed.‭ ‬I carefully smeared myself in brown sauce and laid on a bag of chips moments before June went out hand in hand with a petrol driven lawn mower.‭ ‬I followed later with the tentacles of a red giant starfish still attached to my Richard the Lionheart front.‭ ‬After a meal of a robot’s teeth in a concrete bap we both came home through the teddy bear swamp‭ (‬by the rocking horse bridge‭) ‬and I wrapped myself in the blanket of my studio‭; ‬the movement of my hands forming a smiling face in a time lapse photograph of an electric arc.‭

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Haddon Musings



SEPTEMBER 21, 2017

Gratitude Day is celebrated annually on the 21st September. The celebration of Gratitude Day allows both individual citizens and organisations within wider society to celebrate the broad meaning of gratitude in a variety of ways.

The celebration started in 1965 in Hawaii when an international gathering decided that it would be a good idea to have one day per year to formally express gratitude and appreciation for the many wonderful things to be found in the world. Following the meeting in Hawaii, many attendees marked Gratitude Day on 21st September 1966 when back in their own countries. Ever since then, the number of people celebrating Gratitude Day across the world has grown and grown.

A Day For Gratitude

The awareness of the benefits of having time in one’s life for gratitude, appreciation and positive reflection have become increasingly apparent. The hope of the founders…

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ELECTION RIGGING 101 – US Election Shocker: Is This How The Vote Will Be Rigged?


Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com
Jon Rappoport
August 1, 2016

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Power Outside The Matrix, click here.)

As we know, there are a number of ways to rig an election. Bev Harris, at blackboxvoting.org, is exploring a specific “cheat sheet” that has vast implications for the Trump vs. Hillary contest.

It’s a vote-counting system called GEMS.

I urge you to dive into her multi-part series, Fraction Magic (Part-1 here). Here are key Harris quotes. They’re all shockers:

“Our testing [of GEMS] shows that one vote can be counted 25 times, another only one one-thousandth of a time, effectively converting some votes to zero.”

“This report summarizes the results of our review of the GEMS election management system, which counts approximately 25 percent of all votes in the United States. The results of this study demonstrate that a fractional vote feature is embedded in each GEMS…

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