Archive for September 2010

How to See Auras – A Non-Hippie Guide

As I generally react to most New-Ageism nonsense by the expedient method of inquiring whether the presupposed nonsense in question will stop a strong night-stick from cracking the head of the long-haired unwashed hippie in question, this post may seem rather out of character. Not so dear reader! It is hippies in general, and the unscientific method, that I object to, not the strangeness of the Universe we live in. So in this short essay, I will teach you a simple way to see your own aura, and possibly that of others if you practice a little.

It might not be X-Ray vision, but it may still get you to see visions such as the one above if you use your powers for good. Just remember the adage of that most ancient wise wizard that is Stan Lee. “With Great Power comes Great Responsibility!”. So make sure she comes Powerfully. And Responsibly of course.

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An Evil Conspiracy: The Revenge of the Cows

Except they are even sneakier than what this song suggests. They plan to get us in our sleep!

Apologies for today’s late entry, I usually try to have a new post up each Monday morning (GMT) but I had good friends over, one in particular who came all the way from Japan where he now lives. He also introduced me to Shochu, which I discovered very early this morning (or very late on Sunday night if you prefer) tastes even better in black coffee.

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A Martian Wedding

Some of you may know of my old blog A Martian in London, which amongst other things, chronicled my search for a suitable female Number One to help me find my spaceship, all-female crew, and eventual rightful claim to the Galaxy.

My research involved more than a few Earth Females and for the benefit of all mankind I summed it up in a couple of politically incorrect but accurate charts (click on the image for a larger, more legible version):

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Laying of Hands: A True Story of Miracle Healing Personally Experienced

Those of you that grew up in the 80s, when cell phones didn’t exist, and computers where machines used by NASA, may also have had the misfortune of attending a high-school that had a terribly high male to female ratio.

In these cases, you are no doubt familiar with Dungeons & Dragons.

For the rest of you, suffice it to say that in that realm, every adventuring party that wanted to have any chance of survival, tried to incorporate at least one Cleric. They had the power to heal wounds by magic you see.

This story however is not make believe, or part of some role-playing fantasy game. It is a true story, set in the same reality you and I share.

It happened years ago, when I was only 17 years old.

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