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Inspiration & Stimulus

After having been in a funk lately, I am grateful to have been inadvertantly inspired by two people recently.

The first would be a friend, T.  After a nice chat with him regarding his book and articles that he's written, he's lit the fire under my arse to finish the book that I've semi-started.  Not only that, but during our chat the idea for yet a different book manifested in my head.   T. is good at that, inspiring me to go forth with and do things.  Most of the time, I would think about such things and then they end up back burnered for one reason or another.   T. gets me to want to finish them.   I value him for that.   I have a lot to learn from him, and when the time is right, I will.

The second person I have never met.  However, his site stirs the creative side of me when it comes to herbs, incenses, oils and formulare.  His site is one that I will be looking at when working on the second book...at least to some degree.   In checking out his blog, the brain synapsis were sparked into life.   There is a plethra of information there that, not only do I enjoy reading, I will learn from as well.

Thanks to Harry's site, I have been coming up with a list of books that I will want to & in some sense need to read:

<a href="http://www.xoanon.co.uk/arsphiltron.htm">Ars Philtron:  Concerning the Aqueous Cunning of the Potion and its Praxis in the Green Arte Magical</a>
<a href="http://www.xoanon.co.uk/viridariumumbris.htm">Viridarium Umbris:  The Pleasure-Garden of Shadow</a>
<a href="http://www.esotericarchives.com/esoteric.htm"The Twilit Grotto: Archives of Western Esoterica<./a>  This is a site that I could and most likely will be spending quite some time on. :)

And now off to put my brain to better use...


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