Monthly Archives: March 2022

Devotional poems

Inspiration in rhyme 1.Etheric healing Healing of the body, as well as the soul That is Dom ignacios’ dedicated goal Flowing through portals from dimension to dimension Etheric and physical healing his avowed intention Tap into his power, use his … Continue reading

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Sheila’s Island – Derby Theatre

New modern  stage comedy is at a premium, “Sheila’s Island” is a good attempt at rectifying that. Billed as a  comedy in thick fog it is written by  Tim Firth whose stage writing credits include Calendar Girls, Kinky Boots, and … Continue reading

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Football – a life long love Affair

I was seven and living in America when England won the World Cup. The game wasn’t shown. My dad told me the result though. But the whole experience passed me by. When we returned to England in 1967 the firsdt … Continue reading

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Children’s Poems

children like a Story, repetition, rhyme,and animals Cyril The Seagull Cyril the seagull swoops and loops He dives and he dips, Cyril the seagull likes other people’s chips Boating lake  in Roath Park, Cardiff Riding a giant swan Paddles slapping … Continue reading

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Intuition involves a paradox. We all make judgements on the basis of available information. Bad judgements may result from flawed information and, or, inadequate or incomplete experience. Our judgement leads us to believe that a sequence of events that happened … Continue reading

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Heroes of Spiritualism

Whatever happened to the heroes Plato Swedenborg Victoria Helen McCrae Duncan (25 November 1897 – 6 December 1956) was a Scottish medium best known as the last person to be imprisoned under the Witchcraft Act 1735 for fraudulent claims. She … Continue reading

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George Heath

George Heath George Heath was born in Gratton near Leek in the Staffordshire Moorlands, following his education in the village school he worked on his Father’s Farm and later was apprenticed as a builder. It was around this time that … Continue reading

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Roxy Music Aug 1st 1980 the Flesh and Blood tour.

Roxy have enjoyed two distinct eras, the first artistically successful 1972-79, the second commercially successful ( 1980 onwards). Lack of opportunity, not lack of desire or admiration, meant that I missed out on the first era. How I would have … Continue reading

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