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Time after time and again

  “Are you sure you want to do this, Livia? You can still change your target. How about Greece? There are still targets there that haven’t been dealt with….” “Simon, Greece has been so done.  Let’s just get me prepped

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Harvest sanction

The Belgian woman stood on the West end of the Bridge Gate in front of the bronze statue of the monkey.  She was buried in thought and barely heard him calling her at the edge of her absorption and chose

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Posted in fiction, Once More with Feeling, pagans, religion, writing


At last. Months of waiting. Dying a little each day. While the drugs infused me images of a white, sandy beach suffused me. The memory of creation in the smell and caress of salt air from the sea: the sea

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The Seventh Seal is not a furry sea mammal

Seals are pinnipeds along with walruses  and sea lions. It’s fairly simple to tell a seal apart from a sea lion. Seals don’t have visible ear flaps as do sea lions and seals are more aqua-dynamic than sea lions.  Sea

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Posted in Bible, Book of Revelation, Four Horsemen, horror, humor, persecution, pinnipeds, religion, Seventh Seal

Zero to hero challenge #16

Sympathy for the devil As I was sitting outside on a fine unFloridian morning, taking my coffee and smoking my first cigarette of the day, I pulled my hoodie over my head and my thick robe tightly around my body.

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Posted in humor, Ice Ages, Pleistocene, religion

Picture the Four Horsemen

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are described in the last book of the New Testament, the Book of Revelation. The book tells of a scroll or book in God’s right hand sealed with seven seals. According to John of

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Lions to the left of me, Christians to the right

Disclaimer: The following is anecdotal and not meant to challenge anyone’s religious conviction or to defame any one of the world religions. The fact that the author is an Anthropologist may or may not slightly bias the narrative. I had

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Posted in Catholic, humor, Life, persecution, religion

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