Monthly Archives: March 2011
Legend tells us that when Joseph of Arimathea arrived in Glastonbury a millennium ago, he stuck his staff into the ground. The next morning it had sprouted. The tree is considered sacred by Druids and Christians alike. After all, Joseph … Continue reading
Under the Stone Paw has just been released by Double Dragon. It has a brand new scene. Order here.
Join hostess Jean Marie Ward for this March’s Woman Power collection of short readings from women writing across the realm of speculative fiction. Listen here. March is Women’s History Month, and this month’s talented women writers spotlight many aspects of … Continue reading
Many people have speculated that the National Mall in Washington, D.C. is laid out as a Tree of Life. Some dispute this idea, pointing to the fact that L’Enfant’s original plan stopped just past the White House and the far … Continue reading
Stephen Mehler, my favorite Egyptologist (actually Khemitologist, but more on that later) spoke to Jeff Rense about the Egyptian Revolution. Give it a listen if that flips your switch.