At the age of twelve I did a class project on witchcraft. After traveling not far north of here to Salem, MA and chatting with shop owners and such it was quickly apparent that everyone had it all wrong. At that young age I began absorbing books, doing meditation exercises, astral travel and divination.
As I've gotten older I've branched out and taken pieces from almost every culture and belief system to form a unique theology of my own.
I'm hoping that I might connect with like-minded people here and learn some new things as well.
Unfortunately Tinky-Winky died last week, aged about 3 (not bad for a dwarf hamster). He was a real character. He's been caught by Merlin (a VERY naughty cat), escaped into our neighbour's house and been found in the middle of the kitchen (not hiding - just sitting there!), fallen down the stairs, and had all sorts of exciting adventures, yet he came out as soon as you made a sound - so friendly! Bless his little heart...
My partner had a rat growing up and wants to buy another, but I really don't like them. There's not many animals I wouldn't keep, but a rat is definitely one of them. We're planning on getting some sugar-gliders next year instead. They seem like brilliant little pets for young children - they're marsupials and they like to be carried around in little pouches!
hi cinnamon girl..........noticed your comment on nutrician blog...
good to start fresh with a raw food diet for a couple of weeks............ what you could do then is eat mainly fruit and salads.....then at night(early) if you are still hungry you could indulge in some cooked vegies eg...kale bok choy spinach potatoes(alittle) silverbeet brocoli etc.then have a little fruit before retiring......this diet for awhile after the raw for acouple of weeks will gently detox....without too many side effects..........cheers ommi...........OM