In fact, I’m pretty, puffing, peeved!!! See the girl in the image above with her face on her hand, looking slightly bemused and/or bored? Well. That’s me. FACT! I know what “the 10 is complete at 4” means now. Ahem. Too much information, Mr Maths :o(
Louis de Bourbon, Comte de Soissons. The video below just came up in my yt recommended feed. Aha, thunked I. I KNOW that name. Soissons. Let me set the scene for the scene above (?) Richelieu and Louis XIII are in a world of hurt. Louis’ younger brother, Gaston has gone rebel and his second […]
Unless y’all are False,Fake,Foney or In a DEEP Psychic Vampire Sleepy Sleep …..y’all’ll’ve SEEN Tartaria LOUD AS/OBVIOUS AS/IN PLAIN SIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!? FFS. WAKE UP and See the SYMBOLS PLANTED EVERYWHERE. Puhleeaassssse!
Double Life? Yes. I admit it. Listening to Enya but actually with Shirley Valentine. All Alone. On a Beach :o) P.S. Serve ME Calamari and you’ll get it served right back at ya tootie sweetie! Fair Warning.
Dunno ’bout y’all but I’m loving this social distancing vibe. Feck off and let ME do MY work. Oh, yes :o) The next monograph – being researched and written right now – is about how many goddesses are actually the same person. I’m starting in Egypt with Neith/Minerva/Athena. WikistickitupyourWiki : Neith Their attributes give […]
From whence cometh this primeval CALL to Arms? Wiki : Thunder Clap Motherwell F.C? Iceland? 300? With Gerard the Scottish actor who could NEVER quite Unholywood trained disguise his accent? IMHO – I don’t care. I LOVE THIS V iking V IBE :o)
Wiki : Iris The Greek goddess Iris is…Goddess of the Rainbow, Fertility, Colours, the Sea, Heraldry, the Sky, Truth, and Oaths. About a thousand years ago I asked a simple question in one of the very first live chats I’d ever commented in. It was – “What is a rainbow?” OhMY! What a […]
Way back – I posted this. Aristophanes – The Clouds I think it’s time to rewind and finish the story :o) From SparkNotes : Character List Strepsiades – An Athenian citizen and harried father, burdened by the debts his son, Pheidippides, has incurred. Strepsiades is the “hero” of the play, but he is not very […]
The Doom Fulfilled, 1888, Southampton City Art Gallery, part of a series of paintings revolving around Perseus, created by the Pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones Back to where I started this morning. With Perseus. I’ve been thinking about him quite a bit over the past few days. If you know the myth then this will make sense. Use the highly […]