Please go fund me to get my grandchild home to his mother. Every donation helps no matter how small. My grandson William Foster was kidnapped by his father last Friday night. His father is unstable and William is in a bad situation. I am raising money for myself, and my daughter. I’m in Tasmania, my daughters […]
Back to Editing Hello and goodbye to 2018. I hope your new year brings you the joy you seek. Below is something I wrote for Origins, it’s all very matriarchal. “The humans walk a fine line with their past, and many still willingly enact their brutality upon the vessels of goddesses. They cry for their […]
I’ll be back into the book next week. I have begun the final editing so hope it is just perfect for you by the time I release Josephine Marlin Origins, but today is the old tried and true (I haven’t had time to sing a new… one), Merry Christmas for you.
Theodora’s Trial – Chapter 38 Origins What a day #Theodora was having. Her #Portal got knocked of course, she had to face a #Chimera #Hera had sent to try to take her life, although immortal, Theo now has a limited shelf life once she became pregnant. Every time she peed, she’d hear more of #HomersIliad […]
The Garden of the Hesperides – Josephine Marlin: Origins update Now we’re goin’ places, The #GardenoftheHesperides. #Hera’s garden. The #Hesperides are knows as the #DaughtersoftheEvening and that explains so much about Theo’s visit to bury the #Swaddling #Theodora and #Athena are headed for #Vila’s #GardenofMen to ask her to open a #Portal for them Everything […]
Today we look at the story of the first female created in Greek mythology, Pandora. We examine why she was created and how she doomed and saved humanity with her box.
10. Questing Beast 9. Caorthannach 8. Abhartach 7. Leanan Sidhe 6. Kelpie 5. Gwyllgi 4. Sluagh 3. Banshee 2. The Dullahan 1. Dearg Due
By Geoffrey Munn A bull’s heart pierced with iron nails and thorns found in a chimney at Shutes Hill Farm, Somerset (date unknown) © Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford The Ten Commandments forbade the veneration of graven images—indeed, any other gods “but me”. However, the early Christian church, ever pragmatic, preferred to accommodate rather […]