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A Year and a Day

Posted by Ayna Ravan on October 31, 2010 at 5:24 PM Comments comments (2)

Bwahahahahaha! Wishing you a wondrous Samhain! This is the time of the year when the veil is believed to very thin between the worlds of the living and the dead, the conscious and the subconscious, the yin and yan, and pretty much any other duality you can name.

Samhain also marks the day of the old phrase 'a year and a day.' Old-style calendars were patterned after observable seasons and cycles. One of the most prevalent cycles was that of the moon and a woman's menstrual c...

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Hystery in The Making

Posted by Ayna Ravan on October 16, 2010 at 5:27 PM Comments comments (2)
Hystery is one of those words that come like a lightning bolt out of a cloudless sky, it makes no logical sense. But the resulting fire spreads as needed to keep those snapping jaws away so you can have some peace and quiet to finish the work you were called away from in order to defend your life. A long way to say when a miracle spark occurs, use it! Such is the word hystery for me. Herstory doesn't quite do it for the word history 'too much gender bias. Thus the ...
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