The Dreamkeeper: Oracle of Osho

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An epic search for magic begins in 1962, with fugitive Nazi collaborators, murderous occultists, assassin monks, and troubled teenagers with a form of mind control.

Iyabo shares daydreams with her brothers; a rare talent, but not unique. What is unique is her ability to do this with more than one person at a time. This quirk results in her being kidnapped and taken to England, where she becomes part of a conflict between seekers of magic and those who would kill to thwart them. 

May is taking bad boy Boris down with her

Boris Johnson, bad boy Billy Bunter of British politics, penned a crass, pro-Brexit article that thrust him back into the limelight. His critics shrieked ‘sack him!’ and one suspects Boris would have added his voice to the chorus if he could, but Aunty Theresa is as smart as he is, and she said no. Of […]

How to explain the N.Korean Crisis to Kids

Once upon a time there was a school bully called Donny. Born rich, and not bad looking, he epitomised the saying that the good Lord giveth, and the good Lord taketh away, because Donny had less sense than he was born with and a mouth that could make a lie just by opening. As his […]

Dear World, have you gone mad?

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Dear World, Thank you for the good times so far. Thank you for my caring parents, loving family, and the life experiences that showed me my terrible struggles were little more than teacup storms. I dodged slavery, two world wars, famine, racial oppression, Jim’ll fix it and other human hazards, and to date I’ve not […]

Democracy is for dunces

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You might not like to think so, but you are sheep, herded through life and shepherded by self-serving politicians and religious leaders. Just as the church puts forward the existence of an unconfirmable everlasting life as the reward for obeisance, so politicians put forward the fallacious existence of democracy to buy subservience to the will […]

Question: How much is your idea worth? Answer: One measly penny.

“Penny for your thoughts” my dear ol’ mum used to say when she caught me staring into the middle distance. A penny ? Is that all my thoughts were worth. We live in a world where people are paid vast sums of money for their thoughts but what if all along they should just have […]