Angel of Gratitude
Angel of Gratitude:
"This Easter I experienced a sense of gratitude and the "Angel of Gratitude" sculpture presented itself to me as a beautiful reminding factor of the posture and attitude of gratitude. It was a real experience that went directly to my heart. I now have the wish and necessity to do something about it and the way this is taking shape is by offering the scultpure to you."
The SMOG-Ops Canteen is the USO of drafted shamans. A place to compare notes, have a little relaxation, and sample the comraderie of fellow shamans. Since they don't shoot anyone or actually march off to war it's hard to get an airlift of entertainers. Hence they do most of their own performance.
Cloister Recordings: An excellent source of music from a wide variety of traditions. Everything from MacDuck Sings Jolson to The Terminators "Banned in 76 Countries".
Not to be confused with some other dead rock & roll singer dude. As evidenced by the Dead Elvis Sightings Page, he gets around. Maybe more now that he's dead than when he was alive.
Galaxy, also a former tenent of Slimeworld, has found its new home at www.galaxyezine.org. Continuing the tradition of excellent science fiction started in the 1950's, Galaxy eZine is rapidly being recognized as one of the must bookmark sci-fi zines on the net.
Gateways Books & Tapes: Transformational Psychology, Death & Dying, Shamanism, Zen Budhism, 4th Way, etc., etc., etc., Let's face it folks they have a wide variety of books.
Bardotown Gazette: This online eZine is to the spiritual community what Mad Magazine was to a generation of elementary school nerds. Is that the good news or the bad news? You be the judge.
Labyrinth Readers Society: The LRS is dedicated to bringing the teaching of the American Book of the Dead to all those that have a wish to do something about their transit before they take the giant leap into that wooden kimono in the sky. They take their training of Labyrinth Readers very seriously -- albeit not grimly.
Strange, Strange World: UFOs, space mysteries, strange landings in the night, abuctions, researchers that leap to desired? All of this and more... when Linda Corriveau explains in detail the happenings surrounding the "strange occurrence of the sleeping alien mummy."
It's not unusual for a scientist to have strange ideas. It's not even that unusual for a scientist to write these ideas down. And, by all evidence it's no longer unusual for someone to post these to a website. And that's just what General Xxaxx has done. Here you will find art, jewelry, science fiction, Just Because Exercises, science editorials and a bunch of other stuff.
If you have a question about Slimeworld itself, this is definitely the place to go for contact information.