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I've always got a kick how people will fall reverently silent and consider you blessed if you say you saw an angel or some "vision", but if you tell those same people you saw a ghost they'd tell you how full of it you were. Is there a difference? I sat in the library for 9 solid hours one day (heaven!), looking at every ghost book they had; "psychic photography", famous hauntings, the haunted; the stupid-ass "ectoplasm" photos of long-ago Mediums, badly faked portraits of spirit photography, the psychology and physiology behind those who claim demonic possession, EVP, infrared ghost photos, Near Death experiences. I reread all the yellowed books of a "famous" ghost hunter and remembered even as a kid realizing what a liar he was. Maybe not. But - I know better. Hopefully I can share some of the latter here, but those debunking stories make good reading, too. Any good ghost stuff, Emaill me. Related:  Stuff n Junk

History National Website " The Original WildOnes." Home | History | Monthly Article | Current Events | Archives | In Memory || Chapters | Contact | Humor Trivia Merchandise The Gallery History and Overview of the Boozefighters Motorcycle Club The Boozefighter Motorcycle Club (BFMC) was formed by a bunch of guys fresh out of World World II. The term "Boozefighter" does not mean we are against responsible use of alcohol. The Boozefighters have never been "one-percenters" or an Outlaw Club. The BFMC supports various fundraisers like the Tarrant County Toy Run (Texas) that benefits children with the Mental Health Retardation Society and Wish with Wings, Inc who provides presents for children impacted by debilatate disease. The BFMC is one of the oldest active motorcycle clubs in existence.

Runic alphabet Runology is the study of the runic alphabets, runic inscriptions, runestones, and their history. Runology forms a specialised branch of Germanic linguistics. The earliest runic inscriptions date from around AD 150. The characters were generally replaced by the Latin alphabet as the cultures that had used runes underwent Christianisation, by approximately AD 700 in central Europe and AD 1100 in Northern Europe. However, the use of runes persisted for specialized purposes in Northern Europe. Until the early 20th century, runes were used in rural Sweden for decorative purposes in Dalarna and on Runic calendars. The three best-known runic alphabets are the Elder Futhark (around AD 150–800), the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc (AD 400–1100), and the Younger Futhark (AD 800–1100). Historically, the runic alphabet is a derivation of the Old Italic alphabets of antiquity, with the addition of some innovations. The process of transmission of the script is unknown. History and use[edit] Origins[edit]

"The Creative Process and Entheogens" -- Alex Grey The Creative Process and Entheogens by Alex Grey adapted from The Mission of Art PDF version of this document Twenty-five years ago I took my first dose of LSD. The experience was so rich and profound, coupled as it was with the meeting of my future wife, Allyson, that there seemed nothing more important than this revelation of infinite love and unity. Due to its visionary richness, I think the entheogenic experience has great importance for fueling an artistic and cultural renaissance. Oscar Janiger's studies of LSD and creativity showed that many artists felt the work done while tripping or post-tripping was more inventive and inspired work than their previous work. "How can we bring the insights of the entheogenic state into our lives?" First Effects: 1). Beginning to Surrender to a Higher Power: 3). Transpersonal Stages: 4). An experience of such overwhelming power can influence an artist's approach to their work. The Creative Process: 1). Notes: 1.

Hacker Graphic - Blogs, MySpace Graphic and Generator, Profiles, Forum Signatures Fun Forever - Luxury fun is affordable for everyone! » Thursday’s weird art Today is a very weird day. So we have decided to make a compilation of really weird artists.1. Number one is Erwin Olaf. More of weirdest Erwin Olaf’s photosErwin Olaf for Koehler&Co 2. 3. Janna Syvanoja’s paper 4. Justine Smith priceless works 5. Weird Houses Living in a box doesn't look so strange after this... You shouldn't run or jump through this house. Especially if you don't swim. I'm feeling so upside-down! How the Santa climb that chimney? Where's the witch? Living in a box? I'm not weird. Spooky... Weird. E-Cards: Online Greeting Cards and Gifts