Don’t Look Now

      Firstly a new theme for Merovee. Some people don’t like change and are comfortable with the familiar but it feels right. It is getting incredibly weird in the Underworld. Don’t Look Now. I’m really not sure what we are seeing with these individuals. They look like something from the Google AI dream […]

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The Twin Paradox

The Twin Paradox.     From Britannica.com : ‘Twin paradox, an apparent anomaly that arises from the treatment of time in German-born physicist Albert Einstein’s theory of special relativity. The counterintuitive nature of Einstein’s ideas makes them difficult to absorb and gives rise to situations that seem unfathomable. For example, suppose that one of two […]

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The Darkest Dark

It’s a seriously weird place. The Windmills Of Your Mind.         If you pay attention the Universe will give you clues as to what’s coming. Maybe too much information but a week or so ago as part of my grocery trip I was in need of a stock up of toilet rolls. […]

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Gardener’s World

Know Thyself. But ‘Know Thyself’ maybe more complicated than we know or maybe not.       ‘To be is to be perceived, and so to know thyself is only possible through the eyes of the other. The nature of our immortal lives is in the consequences of our words and deeds, that go on […]

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The Long And Winding Neural Pathway

‘Hoppípolla’ : Icelandic for “Jumping Into Puddles”.       The trip into 5D is not for the faint hearted. To say it has been a roller coaster over the years is an understatement. One week I walk into Bluebell Valley and then the next week it is Death Valley. Last week I attended if […]

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Paws

    Over here in the UK, the Astra Zeneca vaccine trial has been postponed.     It’s been pawsed.         Surreal : ‘Beyond Real’.       Opposite me is this house. With normal vision it looks like a solid brick house but through another set of eyes it looks like […]

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Free Key

  It’s A Time Of Deep Reflection.     There Is No Chair. On Friday I came across this pic from the New Scientist.     And as I started writing this article I realised I was sitting on the Chair. Its a bit battered and bruised these days but very comfortable with a cushion. […]

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