Does this give you an idea? Chronologically 66, mentally 16.
Libra (October 17th)
PHILADELPHIA AREA - MY MEETINGS
On umm Sabbatical - For medical reasons Meetings to be announced later...
HAVE A BLESSED IMBOLC - Also.Candlemas and Groundhog Day Don't see your shadow or get bitten by a groundhog.
The Girl of My Dreams - I have odd dreams...
I am a certain man of a certain age, about which I am certain. I've been a Wiccan for decades and have been interested in the paranormal since childhood, acquiring my first Ouija board at age 10. I am a guitarist, writer of light speculative fiction (unpublished as yet, but I'm working on changing that), cartoonist, and professional eccentric.
How did Emily the Strange get in here?
Paranormal (almost all fields); Anime and Manga; Older American comics and animation; Current American comics, graphic novels, and animation (selective); Mysteries (selective); SF and Fantasy (very selective); History and Pre-history; Belief Systems; Conspiracies (mostly crackpots, but it amuses me); and certainly not least, Humorous Literature (P. G. Wodehouse, Robert Benchley, James Thurber, Don Marquis, etc.)
Beliefs / Practices
Occultist, Pagan, Witch, Wiccan
I believe I'll have another cup of coffee.
Aside from interests mentioned above, trains - real, model, and toy.
Kids series books 1890s to 1950.
Whatever captures my interest at the time.
Fictional: Dr. Sivana, the Rightful Ruler of the Universe, heh, heh, heh...
Reality: Groucho Marx; John Lennon (All hail Marx and Lennon) P. G. Wodehouse; Robert Benchley. Both Groucho Marx and John Lennon are Libras, as I am.
How did you find PaganSpace?
I found it very well, thank you...
Dance to the vintage 20's and 30's music of Radio Dismuke at www.dismuke.org
Or sit to it, as the case may be... That old radio (AM and probably Shortwave - no FM in those days) is almost as tall as she is... Records were all "singles" that spun at 78 rpm, no CDs, no cassettes, no mp3s, no TV, no cell phones - and looking at that smile, somehow I think people were more satisfied with what they had back then...
"Drawing upon my fine command of the English language, I said nothing." - Robert Benchley.
Someone asked me why I consider old Dr. Sivana a "hero"... Look at it this way - here y'got this scrawny little guy, barely five feet tall and maybe 90 pounds, and with only his brilliant (albeit twisted) brains he goes up against Captain Marvel, a gent who in one story lifted the entire continent of South America, for pete's sake! And sure, the Big Red Cheese alway won in the end (he was the good guy, after all) but lil' ol' Thaddeus Bodog Sivana always managed to make a monkey out of the good Captain a few times along the way. And no matter how many times he lost, he picked himself up and came back again, despite the odds. Somehow, even in a "bad guy" you gotta admire that...
Hey, wait a minute! We're the good guys! Unless perhaps the Marvel Family are enrolling...