Vale Maurice Sendak (June 10, 1928 – May 8, 2012).
- “Losing yourself” in a fictional character can literally change the real you. Explains why I’m fond of elevenses & elves…
- Invoking Ireland: living the myths of the Tuatha Dé Dannan.
- Howard Carter, the man who unleashed Tutankhamun’s curse, turns 138 today.
- Anatomy of an Excavation: the definitive resource for Carter & Carnarvon’s archaeological legacy.
- How ancient Egyptians used pictograms instead of numbers to count.
- Lights from the Other World: floater structures in the visual arts of modern shamans.
- Masters of Chaos: innovative shamanic art exhibition in Paris.
- New analysis shows prehistoric Chauvet cave art is the oldest of its kind.
- Shooting Bigfoot is ok in Texas, as long as he’s a Texan. And real.
- Are red-haired people more sensitive to the paranormal? Only when I grow a beard.
- Michael Prescott examines the near death experience of Pam Reynolds.
- Chip Coffey talks about growing up psychic, & why you’re never too old to start learning (Amazon US, Kindle, UK)
- Light from an alien world seen for the first time.
- A monster sunspot threatens to unleash powerful solar flares.
- Why did NASA turn off SOHO when a large unidentified object was seen near the sun?
- US Military drones (accidentally on purpose) spying on you.
Gracias, Red Pill Junkie.
Quote of the Day:
“And now,” cried Max, “let the wild rumpus start!”
~ from Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak, 1963