Imagine what you can do with a website that is specific, just generic enough to get some interest from a number of directions, and yet it’s unbelievable that YOU got that website, that it wasn’t snarfed up years ago.
The answer is, of course, that it WAS snarfed up years ago — by me. I saw this coming, as you’ll note in “SlimeWars”, and predicted every single thing that’s happening now. It may be news to you, but it’s not news to me — it’s the same old story, told in a new way.
I have in my “possession” — you should pardon the expression — a stack of 450 year old drawings that I did a while back. They were stashed away in a box that I knew would get to me when I arrived in this century, and sure enough, it did. I have the box in hand, and much thanks to the person who found it for me and sent it to me.
I’ve had the images scanned in, and I’ve massaged EACH of the images into a set of about a dozen different sizes and shapes, that fit into various items in the CAFEPRESS pantheon of wondrous goodies on my various shops on said website.
It’s been over five hours since I started a page — the first of many Dutch landscape pages — with ONE image, which requires 12 variants of the same image in order to properly fit all the items offered by CAFEPRESS, all of which are made by different manufacturers with totally differing standards of measure.
I don’t always perform all the operations to make an image fit exactly. If it looks wrong, and you really want it, I’ll try to fix it, but that’s an hour or more out of my busy schedule, and I have a LOT of Healing Operations to conduct every day. Continue reading →
I’ve already posted the Christmas/Easter coins — they are the “Widow’s Mite of Mark 12-41”. A slightly larger coin covers Chanukah:
THE HASMONEAN PRUTAH — $65
The Hasmonean Prutah were issued by the Maccabees, leaders of a rebel army that took power from the Seleucid Empire, 164-35 BCE and founded the Hasmonean Dynasty in Judea, celebrated as “Chanukah” in the present time zone.
Unfortunately, these coins — actually anything from this area — are becoming ultra-scarce in any quality whatever, due to continual conflict. They are hard to find in good condition and impossible to find at wholesale prices, but they do have high value as Remote Reading Objects.
You can hold, carry or place a target object such as an ancient coin in your Cloud Chamber to charge it up and activate it. If you need instruction on this, just ask for it.
If you’ve seen one Mayan Temple, you’ve seen them all. They all had the same plan, just as all temples everywhere are built on the same plan, which could be typically described as “something entirely overwhelming and impressive, with, if possible, a touch of weird.”
We’ll start our journey with the Mayan Culture, but before we begin, I’d like to explain the format and rationale of the present volume. Continue reading →