Interview with Baalberith8 comments
picture24 Aug 2003 @ 22:22
With the Musing Muse warmest regards to Martha, a faithful and constant friend to The Muse. "It is through the Joy of Connection that we do our greatest work", so this wink is for you, Borderless one ;-)

One of the most fascinating aspects of the World Wide Web is those curious and fascinating places that cyberspace seemingly spawns synchronously and serendipitously out of nowhere and the wild and unruly crowd of unlikely and otherworldly characters it appears to bring together from all over the world/underworld/overworld. One such place, as we all know, is NCN, and it just so happens that the activity of one such unlikely, otherworldly character who goes by the handle of Baalberith and who has been posting a few comments here and there in the Public News Log, did not escape the vigilant attention of the Musing Muse. Enquiring mind has to know. I do not mean to boast but Baalberith is not an easy fellow to get hold of, so it is with undisguised pride that I introduce him here to you:
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 Heads or Tails!0 comments
picture15 Aug 2003 @ 17:08
Artwork: The Röhrig Tarot, Nine of Cups

Follow up to Walk Unafraid

...And I live my life, heads or tails!
All my emotions, heads or tails!
Either way, heads or tails,
It's the same to me.

Sometimes I make it,
Sometimes I break!
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 The Nameless 26 comments
picture15 Aug 2003 @ 16:57
Artwork: The Röhrig Tarot, Card XX

To Richard: Follow up to The Riddle of pain (The Nameless)

Man never truly possess anything
Not its strength, not its weakness, not its heart.  More >

 Coffee in the Backyard - Chapter 250 comments
picture20 Jul 2003 @ 11:53
Between Tuesday and Wednesday, July fifteenth and sixteenth. It’s nice for a man to know that he is the son of a good father, and of course it is up to the son to make that determination. I can look at the way I reason and at the way I feel towards other people, and how I express myself, and all such mannerisms from my mother’s point of view and understand that she liked what she saw and what she heard. Through their altercations in observations and ways of looking at the world, and at me, there were reconciliations and the bonding of a lifetime attraction. In a sense I am my father, as my mother saw him, and the other way around, and whatever that is, combined with my unique genetic arrangement, has found its way into this school building in a city at the crossroads of two interstates in the middle of the desert. The word of the day is Inspiration. Bill W. and I have developed this word-of-the-day game. Every other day, he or I will pick a word for the day. It’s a greeting and it’s a theme. Where are we at the moment and where will we be all day? Tomorrow is another word. Today it is Inspiration, and where do you get it when you don’t have it? You gotta look for it. You’ve got to find those times when it works for you. For me it seems to be the earliest part of the morning and the latest part of the night, the two sides of sleep. Today, Holly is getting into our word-of-the-day game, as all of this banter is going on in the instructors’ room, where all of our little workstations are piled with our individual piles, assortments, and arrangements of papers and folders and books. Teachers’ crossroads. Four computer grading and attendance stations. The administration keeps a very close track on all of its students, and retention is a priority, striving to keep students who have attendance and academic problems on track and through the program. Teachers need inspiration too. The class is a four or five hour period once a week for each course. Each session has its own quality of impact and interaction, and the key to an evening is setting the tone. That is Twice a Day Dawn. Whatever in life has bent my neck forwards, the doctor is now bending backwards, so that where I have seen trees, I now see bowering boughs, dancing through the evening breeze against the night sky where wind chimes twinkle an arm’s length away. Check out the candlelight as long as it’s here. Candlelight touching Moonlight in the Garden.  More >

 Enlightenment Guaranteed0 comments
picture2 Jul 2003 @ 00:44
German with English subtitles.

"Two brothers discover zen in spite of themselves."
---Thom Fowler

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 Straw Paws17 comments
picture19 Jun 2003 @ 09:10
The Interview

My column today is a reprint of the infamous Bearly Ponder Press articles by Loopy B Nosey. We spent a delightful afternoon together in conversation and due to the numerous questions by Loopy the interview was extended through dinner and into the late evening.
Loopy wrote two articles and today is a reprint of the first article to clarify any misconceptions. While some of my ideas may seem radical, once you adjust to these changes, your life will take a new turn. Guaranteed!  More >

 What would the 'World' look like if the Faerie Queen was not Banished?...1 comment
picture8 Jun 2003 @ 05:16
The Initiations continue. Honing. Work. Intention. Love. The Mind of the Individual Mythical Journey. Integration of years in this body ~ inter-dimensional journeys ReMembered and then offered back up into the eternal Cauldron of death and renewal...

And the Thesis of this life beckons me forth. The Service to That which is Mine. Each piece of the fragments of scattered human lights/ souls - the collective puzzle - each piece, each peace, We Be. Can be honored. Healed. Loved. What we each came to express. Release. Share. Own. Honour. And Honor Honor Honor! By not honoring my own piece, I am not taking care of the fragile and the strong. The vulnerable and the truly Brave.

New commitments of Truth. Honesty. New ideas of a soul awakening.  More >

 Nine Sisters18 comments
picture4 Jun 2003 @ 17:05

Mamoru Oshii's "Avalon" opens the gate to the future of cinema. And that is no mere hyperbole. The nuances and rhythms of the near-future world created here are captivating to the point of transfixion…there is a mystery…an intricate puzzle…and as Ash [the main character] delves deeper and deeper into this world of not only an illegal and highly compulsive game, but also of her own reality, the more questions arise.  More >

 Spell to free oneself from excessive computer enchantment3 comments
picture4 Jun 2003 @ 10:01
Spell to free oneself from excessive computer enchantment
---Ian Lurking Bear (1996)

Many good folk have found themselves ensnared in a growing web of computer generated artifice and glamoury. While computers are sometimes a useful tool, one must take care to have a healthy relationship with them. If you have found that they seem to be draining your time and energy away, or slowly invading your soul, then this spell is for you. If you are seeing pixels, icons, and dialog boxes in your dreams, it may already be too late, but give this spell a try anyway.  More >

 The Muse Asylum - David Czuchlewski0 comments
picture3 Jun 2003 @ 01:09
Book review by Ace Boggess

When trying to understand a person, a character in a book, or oneself, the first existential questions to ask are the questions of identity: Who am I? Where did I come from? How do I define myself? How do others see me?  More >

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