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Jan 17, 2020

When Cantor was a child, it was said that he was descended from Orpheus, who made flowers bloom with his song, who inspired trees to bend toward the playing of his lyre, who soothed the hearts of beast so well, they forgot to hunt their prey.  Even Cantor’s crying was so sweet to hear that his mother had to stuff wax...

Jan 10, 2020

I never found it.  I never found the magus node.  But I leave behind all my notes and the story of my quest in the hopes that you can put the puzzle pieces we found together and make an image that you can recognize.  Maybe you can find it.  Because the one thing I’m sure of is that without the node, we can go no...

Jan 3, 2020

Did Alfred MacAlastair truly discover a flying plantman?

Step right up ladies, gents, creatures, and beings of a celestial nature!  Come one, come all, and see what wonders the intrepid adventurers of our carnival of delights have brought to you from the farthest of our world, and beyond…and now, Mister MacAlastair...

Dec 27, 2019

Myths and legends of old speak of a golden fleece that was shorn from a mighty ram belonging to the gods. This fleece became a symbol of power and kingship. In the possession of legends, it became a legend itself.

But this story is not about the famous fleece of the ancient world. It is about another fleece, not as...

Dec 20, 2019

“Who is he?”

Father chuckled, but I knew I must say something, for Ida had asked the question in earnest.

“He isn’t anybody,” I said. “He’s just a snowman.”


After making a snowman together, a father tells his children the story about the origins and customs of making snowmen, a story that warns of the...