From HuffingtonPost. “We often underestimate how important handwork was in China’s pre-industrial economy,” she told HuffPost. “The intense pressure on women to work with their hands, to spin, weave, sew, and stitch cloth, bedding and textile products for their families and for sale has gone unrecognized.” …“It’s very rare to find people who notice the […]
Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library has lots of neat stuff to download for free, including the Rosicrucian Compendium linked here. Definitely worth a look for any student of tarot, astrology, art, mystery schools, or cool stuff.
Dear aging asshat with ridiculously expensive car,
Hello! Thanks for stopping by when I haven’t been able to post for a while. As Johnny Cash once said, “I’ve been everywhere, man.” One of the places was Malibu, California. It really was that pretty. I was there on the blood moon, and it was a wonderful experience even though I was very tired. […]
This was the beginning of a filet crochet piece, the pattern for which contains a swear word. Said pattern is available for free right here. I put it up here because it was in a really lovely spot, where there were buildings, and statues, and flowering trees, and really everything just looked so nice — […]