The awoogah-awoogah of my primal, cave-man radar-gland…

Details of a most peculiar experience of mine, please follow the link to The Story-Reading Ape’s blog for the details…

via The awoogah-awoogah of my primal, cave-man radar-gland – Guest Post by, Ian Hutson…

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  1. That beautiful piece of countryside in the picture above looks pretty innocent as settings go, but you never can tell. I am a great believer in instinct and if you feel like you’re being watched then it’s a sign that you are, not necessarily from the same dimension – this gave me goose bumps like finding a sparrow INSIDE one of my kitchen cupboards with no way in from the outside. Psychopomps! Signs, portents and omens….I’ve been reading too much Neil Gaimon and Terry Pratchett (Good Omens), these demons are little imps!

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    1. Rather like you, I do think that they physical world is a lot more complicated than we give it credit for. Even without invoking Einstein, Bechstein or Epstein time and the “physical” dimensions are most certainly not linear or homogeneous. Nothing too “whoo-whoo” or weird, just an acknowledgement that a straight line is never actually a straight line, and that the past may be closer to the future than we think, presently, whatever “presently” may mean.

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