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Witch's dream to move into tiny Yorkshire hillside hamlet stopped by Cliff Richard

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Witch's dream to move into tiny Yorkshire hillside hamlet stopped by Cliff Richard

 

 Her society, called the 'Hermetic Order of the Silver Blade', practised sorcery based on traditional witchcraft, the teachings of early 20th-century wizard Aleister Crowley and voodoo.

https://www.examinerlive.co.uk/news/history/witchs-dream-move-tiny-yorkshire-25661037

 


   
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Michael Staley
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Bit difficult to understand why this has been published now, when the events took place decades ago and the woman died a good few years ago now. Thin gruel.


   
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William Thirteen
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Time there (Hebden's Bridge) is not as here….  😉


   
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Posted by: @williamthirteen

Time there (Hebden's Bridge) is not as here…

 

When is it ever, eh?

 

 


   
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Posted by: @michael-staley

When is it ever, eh?

My attention ha been drawn, recently, to a sense of time compression.

"Where did the time go?"

"There isn't enough time in the day."

"Tempus Fugit."

Okay, so it's not hust me. Other people, in close communication, report the same thing. Then one of these folks says that certain media sites are full of people complaining about the shortening of time.

When I have an impression, or am about to perform some impossible feat, I talk to others. It is possible that I am having a solo imprint or contemplating impossibility. In this case, there seems to be an epi- (pan- ?) demon-ic of time loss.

How about it? Anybody here getting time-compressed?

 


   
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William Thirteen
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So many hamlets, so little time!


   
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Michael Staley
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Posted by: @williamthirteen

So many hamlets, so little time!

. . . as William Shakespeare was often heard to remark.

 


   
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Shiva
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Posted by: @michael-staley

. . . as William Shakespeare was often heard to remark.

The thread tends to turn to the fact that people always had a sense of time compression, which is probably true, as folks are always pushed to their limits, regardless of the era.

Our present compression can be studied in Cosmic Trigger, at the back, where R Wilson expounds on the Jesus Units of Knowledge.

 


   
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