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Started by Deb, March 21, 2020, 09:38:41 AM
Quote from: T.M.Okay here's a vid. The guy gets a letter about beavers building dams on his property from the .gov, and his reply. It's hilarious!
Quote from: LarryHSGN with John Krasins
Quote from: LarryHThe teacher's song above was wonderful - so inspiring!
Quote from: LarryHI can't stop watching Toby videos!
Quote from: DebThis is one I find disturbing, Mike the Headless Chicken Festival in Fruita
Quote from: Michael SternbachNow I wonder what a Seth Tarot deck could look like...
Quote from: DebQuote from: Michael SternbachNow I wonder what a Seth Tarot deck could look like... Funny you should ask that... it would probably be somehow similar to the Seth analog clock, where every hour simply says "now." There was a Seth card deck years ago, but I think it was more about quotes rather than Tarot. Ron Card (a person on Facebook who has a Seth group and owns much of the Seth/Jane artifacts such as ouija board, Kennedy rocker, coffee table, iconic painting of Seth by Rob) told me a few years ago he was working on a set of cards himself, but it seems it has not progressed. Just recently I was in touch with Mary Dillman and we talked about cards. It motivated me to maybe design a deck, artwork inspired by Seth quotes, similar to what Abraham Hicks produced. Just for fun. I may just start and see where it goes. Do you think a Seth Tarot deck would be popular? Or more so a deck of quotes that a person could pick at random? Just curious. Maybe I should start a poll...Adding a photo from Venice, Italy, 2013. I thought it was funny. Dozens of monks were all on board for a canal ride via gondolas. It may be hard to see, but I was there and saw what was going on and thought "Huh? Don't monks take a vow of poverty?" Every one of them had either a nice 35mm camera, iPad or smart phone and were snapping pictures like nobody's business. All grinning from ear to ear. I guess even monks need a "get away from it all" vacation.
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