A new post on the Song of Ffraed…..
The Secret Life of Trees: The Astonishing Science of What Trees Feel and How They Communicate…..
Are police looking for Rembrandt and Renoir for swindling an Italian art dealer?…..
In Vermont’s remote Northeast Kingdom, two acres of mystery…..
Why I believe in UFOs, and you should too… | Ben Mezrich | TEDxBeaconStreet
A new post on the Song of Ffraed:
Due to commitments on my time I haven’t been able to do very much recently regarding the Dragon except occasional visits to the well and helping a friend out at her cottage, which sits right on Her path.
After several days absence I visited the well yesterday (30th April). There was a sad feeling about Her, and I couldn’t determine what it was. Even the silhouette of Ffraed seemed faded.
The lady in blue
Thank you to Sandra for pointing me towards this wonderful article:
Trees dominate the world’s the oldest living organisms. Since the dawn of our species, they have been our silent companions, permeating our most enduring tales and never ceasing to inspire fantastical cosmogonies. Hermann Hesse called them “the most penetrating of preachers.” A forgotten seventeenth-century English gardener wrote of how they “speak to the mind, and tell us many things, and teach us many good lessons.”
The Secret Life of Trees: The Astonishing Science of What Trees Feel and How They Communicate
Are police looking for Rembrandt and Renoir for swindling an Italian art dealer who is worth $30 Million?
The author didn’t know who owned the patch of woods that abuts his Vermont farm. But when he finally followed his curiosity, a chain of surprises ensued. Good stories make good neighbors.
Excellent talk – Definitely worth watching:
The 37th parallel, Bigelow, cattle mutilations, Area 51, Roswell, and more. (Dec 2016)
Ben Mezrich is the author of 18 books including Bringing Down The House that was made into the movie 21, and Accidental Billionaires that was made into the movie The Social Network.