Originally this blog was part of an art project looking at the intersection between religion and science-fiction, with some pictures and essays about Scientology, Erich von Daniken and suchlike.  Nowadays it’s just a place for me to write about the things which interest me at any particular moment, which are quite likely to be related to science-fiction, religion, history, languages or whatever else happens to be going through my head, and show off my paintings.

This blog is more about quality than quantity (in theory anyway!), so I’m afraid there’s no schedule.

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  1. Sara Murphy says:

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