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Saturday, 28 June 2014

"Hi!" Frizzy Lizzy time. {:o) ☼

Hi dear friends and followers, yes, it's tickle my funny bone time again.
Please come on in and enjoy, drinks will be served promptly 
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"Hi Peeps, yep it's that time again."

"Don't get all weird about getting older. Our age is merely the number of years the world has been enjoying you."

"I'm not surprised the first man that landed on the moon left his footprints all over the place. Most men leave a mess wherever they go."

"But still they do have a use but if I could, I think it would be a lot simpler if I just brought sex back" "Now if I could only find the damn receipt."

"Men are like a pair of panyhose, they will eiter run, cling or they don't fit right at the crotch"

"But still they do have a use but if I could, I think it would be a lot simpler if I just brought sex back" "Now if I could only find the damn receipt."

"Well when it comes to sex I ask is my glass half full or half empty. I see it as one more glass to wash. It's not that a good man is hard to find if you read lots of romance novels.

"At least I still go out a lot at night, out of bed to use the bathroom."

Frizzy goes into the kitchen and pores herself a coffee, turns up the volum on the radio up on the shelf then shuffles her way in her fuzzy pink slipers into the living room to her recliner, sits for a moment holding her coffee and contemplates then says. "I'm at the age now where when I hear the song "afternoon delight," I think of a nap."

My word of advice to you today is that there is a simple way to get a man's atention, mute the TV.

Yawll have a nice day folks.

"And oh, almost forgot, Fluffy says hi!"
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Friday, 27 June 2014

For animal Lovers Animal Whispering

Hi dear friends and followers today's topic is going to be on the topic of Animal whispering and empathy. I have questioned myself many times on this phenomena and did write my own report. 
Link at the bottom of page. 
Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me.  
Have a wonderful day, and the Fairy Lady sends her love to you

The World's Leading Animal Healer and
Renowned Animal Communicator

Ellie and Margrit CoatesMargrit Coates has paved the way for animal healingto become well known worldwide and her books, lectures and clinics have brought animal healing into respectability. Margrit Coates is based in southern England, but travels world wide to teach and lecture. Her empathy with animals is now legendary and she also communicates with animals soul to soul. is Margrit's specialist equine focussed site her generic site and distance healing.

Margrit has been featured in numerous magazines and publications and has written columns for publications including for the Daily Mail newspaper. Margrit has also been featured in several TV programmes and gives frequent radio interviews about her work.

Margrit is the author of six groundbreaking books - Hands on Healing for Pets, Angel Pets - incredible true stories of animal miracles (this book covers the psychic nature of pets), Healing for Horses, Horses Talking, Connecting with Horses and Communicating with Animals: How to tune into them intuitively

Margrit and Animal Communication

As well as being the world's leading animal healer, Margrit is also a renowned animal communicator. This is not something that Margrit has learned to do from someone else - from a child Margrit has had highly developed psychic senses. She is clairaudient (hearing messages from animals), clairsentient (picking up sensations from the animal to sense how they feel) and clairvoyant (seeing images and other information).

Margrit Coates Healing for animals
"Hello, thank you for looking up my website. First a bit of information about my background. I have over many years experience as a healer and interspecies communicator. On the healing side of things I now specialise exclusively with animals. Over the years I have given many thousands of hands on healing treatments to, and communicated with, a huge variety of animals. I also receive regular veterinary referrals for my work.

I am a member of The Healing Trust', and I teach animal healing for The Healing Trust. I am also a healer member of the British Register of Complementary Practitioners.

For several years I lectured in animal healing to post-graduate students studying companion animal behaviour at Southampton University UK, the first healer in the world to lecture in this topic at a university. I am a faculty member of the Open Center, New York, where I teach animal healing. My healing experience is wide ranging 
including with horses, dogs, cats, birds, farm animals, zoo and exotic animals etc. I lecture world wide in animal healing, and also run courses world wide for professionals working with animals (including vets, animal behaviourists, chiropractors, osteopaths, physiotherapists, etc).

I live in the beautiful New Forest National Park of southern England and it is wonderful to be surrounded by so much wildlife, some of which visit our garden, and of course the wild ponies."

Margrit Coats animal healer cats

My ethics and the unique offer I make.
As member of the world's largest healing organisation I adhere to it's strict code of conduct. and to the veterinary act. This is important in a field where anyone can offer animal healing or communication , even with little or no experience or training. As an all round healer who is very experienced with both humans and animals, I can help with the human - animal partnership.

I am passionate about helping people with their animals, and I offer a unique service in this respect. When I give healing to your animal I link you in that process, so that you too receive healing energy. No promises of a cure are made or implied by Margrit Coates. Each animal is unique and the outcome of healing cannot be predicted or assumed.
A link to some research into the benefits of healing.

Healing and the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966

Healing - channelling healing energy through the hands from a universal source of energy - should not be used as a substitute for veterinary care and attention.

Please note that Paragraph 18 of Part 2F of the RCVS Guide to Professional Conduct, provides information including that all animals must be seen by a veterinary surgeon, and that the vet must be content for healing to be given by the laying on of hands.

With any concerns that you may have about an animals' health or wellbeing, your first port of call must be a veterinarian. Only a vet may make a diagnosis, or prescribe.

If you want to book Margrit for a healing session, you will need to first ask your veterinary surgeon for approval for this therapy to take place.
Margrit Coates hugging teddy the catMaking an appointment for a visit from Margrit Coates

If you would like to make an appointment you can Email me or use the webmail contact form but I cannot answer individual problems about pets on line. I cover Wiltshire, Hampshire, Dorset, Somerset, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Sussex, Surrey, London and South East Devon. You can bring your animal to the clinic near Winchester or I may be able to make a home visit in areas near Bournemouth, Southampton, Salisbury, New Forest, Winchester etc. I can communicate with your pet as well as offering him or her a healing treatment to help emotionally, mentally and physically. Healing reaches the soul level. Veterinary permission is required for a visit.

Travel to overseas venues by arrangement

I also offer a distant healing service, please get in touch with me via the contact me page if you are interested in this service.
My own perception and experience with animal whispering
Hi, I lived most of my growing up years in the bush country of Northern Ontario. Never gave it much thought but after coming across some topics on animal whispering after watching the movie, (horse whisperer) I became curious on this topic and began doing some research. I believe I am what one could call an "animal whisperer."

Thursday, 26 June 2014

A review of Avatar by Roger Ebert

Hi dear friends, today I would like to share with you on the topic of the movie, The most fascinating movie that I have had the pleasure to watch. It doesn't leave you disappointed or wanting for anything more at the end of the movie 
Avatar. A review of Avatar by Roger Ebert.
Fairies and Similar Creatures, From A to Z will be continued tomorrow

A review of Avatar by Roger Ebert.

The movie, Avatar, will be continued to be discussed at least until a sequel is released, and then long after as a yardstick by which the newer picture is compared. And so it is also with cinema critiques, or at least those penned by critics of the caliber of the late Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun Times newspaper. In case you've forgotten why Avatar has such staying power I'm sharing Ebert's original review of Avatar one more time. Some things never grow old.

December 11, 2009 | 24Print Page

Watching "Avatar," I felt sort of the same as when I saw "Star Wars" in 1977. That was another movie I walked into with uncertain expectations.James Cameron's film has been the subject of relentlessly dubious advance buzz, just as his "Titanic" was. Once again, he has silenced the doubters by simply delivering an extraordinary film. There is still at least one man in Hollywood who knows how to spend $250 million, or was it $300 million, wisely.

"Avatar" is not simply a sensational entertainment, although it is that. It's a technical breakthrough. It has a flat-out Green and anti-war message. It is predestined to launch a cult. It contains such visual detailing that it would reward repeating viewings. It invents a new language, Na'vi, as "Lord of the Rings" did, although mercifully I doubt this one can be spoken by humans, even teenage humans. It creates new movie stars. It is an Event, one of those films you feel you must see to keep up with the conversation.

The story, set in the year 2154, involves a mission by U. S. Armed Forces to an earth-sized moon in orbit around a massive star. This new world, Pandora, is a rich source of a mineral Earth desperately needs. Pandora represents not even a remote threat to Earth, but we nevertheless send in ex-military mercenaries to attack and conquer them. Gung-ho warriors employ machine guns and pilot armored hover ships on bombing runs. You are free to find this an allegory about contemporary politics. Cameron obviously does.

Pandora harbors a planetary forest inhabited peacefully by the Na'vi, a blue-skinned, golden-eyed race of slender giants, each one perhaps 12 feet tall. The atmosphere is not breathable by humans, and the landscape makes us pygmies. To venture out of our landing craft, we use avatars--Na'vi lookalikes grown organically and mind-controlled by humans who remain wired up in a trance-like state on the ship. While acting as avatars, they see, fear, taste and feel like Na'vi, and have all the same physical adeptness.

This last quality is liberating for the hero, Jake Sully (Sam Worthington), who is a paraplegic. He's been recruited because he's a genetic match for a dead identical twin, who an expensive avatar was created for. In avatar state he can walk again, and as his payment for this duty he will be given a very expensive operation to restore movement to his legs. In theory he's in no danger, because if his avatar is destroyed, his human form remains untouched. In theory.

On Pandora, Jake begins as a good soldier and then goes native after his life is saved by the lithe and brave Neytiri (Zoe Saldana). He finds it is indeed true, as the aggressive Col. Miles Quaritch (Stephen Lang) briefed them, that nearly every species of life here wants him for lunch. (Avatars are not be made of Na'vi flesh, but try explaining that to a charging 30-ton rhino with a snout like a hammerhead shark).

The Na'vi survive on this planet by knowing it well, living in harmony with nature, and being wise about the creatures they share with. In this and countless other ways they resemble Native Americans. Like them, they tame another species to carry them around--not horses, but graceful flying dragon-like creatures. The scene involving Jake capturing and taming one of these great beasts is one of the film's greats sequences.

Like "Star Wars" and "LOTR," "Avatar" employs a new generation of special effects. Cameron said it would, and many doubted him. It does. Pandora is very largely CGI. The Na'vi are embodied through motion capture techniques, convincingly. They look like specific, persuasive individuals, yet sidestep the eerie Uncanny Valley effect. And Cameron and his artists succeed at the difficult challenge of making Neytiri a blue-skinned giantess with golden eyes and a long, supple tail, and yet--I'll be damned. Sexy.

At 163 minutes, the film doesn't feel too long. It contains so much. The human stories. The Na'vi stories, for the Na'vi are also developed as individuals. The complexity of the planet, which harbors a global secret. The ultimate warfare, with Jake joining the resistance against his former comrades. Small graceful details like a floating creature that looks like a cross between a blowing dandelion seed and a drifting jellyfish, and embodies goodness. Or astonishing floating cloud-islands.

I've complained that many recent films abandon story telling in their third acts and go for wall-to-wall action. Cameron essentially does that here, but has invested well in establishing his characters so that it matters what they do in battle and how they do it. There are issues at stake greater than simply which side wins.

Cameron promised he'd unveil the next generation of 3-D in "Avatar." I'm a notorious skeptic about this process, a needless distraction from the perfect realism of movies in 2-D. Cameron's iteration is the best I've seen -- and more importantly, one of the most carefully-employed. The film never uses 3-D simply because it has it, and doesn't promiscuously violate the fourth wall. He also seems quite aware of 3-D's weakness for dimming the picture, and even with a film set largely in interiors and a rain forest, there's sufficient light. I saw the film in 3-D on a good screen at the AMC River East and was impressed. I might be awesome in True IMAX. Good luck in getting a ticket before February.

It takes a hell of a lot of nerve for a man to stand up at the Oscarcast and proclaim himself King of the World. James Cameron just got re-elected.

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Fairies and Similar Creatures, From A to Z part 3

ڪے♫♪Hi my dear friends and followers.♫♪ڪے
Welcome to part 3 of Fairies and Similar Creatures, From A to Z. Some of this information may sound familiar to you, it is because parts of this were posted before on other postings.

This last series will be the last review unless requested

Fairies and Similar Creatures, From A to Z

Cailleac Bhuer....An element of water that originated in Scotland. She is an old women who walks the forest at night with a walking stick tipped with the head of a cow. Her familiar, a crow, is perched on her shoulder.

Imps....These are little devil-looking goblins, not linked to a house, but to a person to whom they assist and make their owner. They are usually linked to witchcraft and no particular place of origin.

Jimaninos....Mexican, associated with the Earth, these spirits appear as little cherubs or cupids that are chubby, winged and all appear like small children. They tend to be dark haired and are trooping. They act very much like small children and generally don’t interact with people.
Kelpies...Back to Scotland we go! Kelpies are associated with water. They are a cross between a horse, water fowl and a wildcat, if you can visualize that. Kelpies are very dangerous to humans and are rarely seen anymore. They can shapeshift into attractive humans and lure people into their lair either to become an unwilling mating partner or a meal.

Knockers....English in origin, Earth elementals who appear to look like small miners, with hunched backs. They usually carry sacks of raw metals on their backs, and often have picks and shovels. Rarely seen, but miners treat the Knockers with respect by leaving food and drink out for them, and in, turn the knockers will point out the ore veins.

Kobold...From Northern Europe, associated with the Earth. They are about 2 feet tall and are helpful and cheery. Known for taking care of the domestic chores, especially the fireplace. If angered or mistreated they can cause serious problems for their victims, behaving with intense poltergeist activity that is very difficult to stop. The Kobold hate smoke and can be smoked out if the smoke doesn't cause the human to leave first.

Leanansidhe....Associated with water and are beautiful young women with pale vampire-like skin. She is, in essence, a demon like entity or vampire. Legend says she will drain the blood of her victims and pour it into a vat which gives her the beauty and talent to continue gathering more victims.

Leprechauns....Ahhh, yes, the wee folk! The name leprechaun may have derived from the Gaelic leath bhrogan (shoemaker), although its origins may lie in luacharma'n (Gaelic for pygmy). These apparently aged, diminutive men are frequently to be found in an intoxicated state, caused by home-brew poteen. However they never become so drunk that the hand which holds the hammer becomes unsteady and their shoemaker's work affected. Besides the fact they can use foul language, they also smoke awful smelling pipes and manage to drink a lot of stout, even straight from the jug.

Leprechauns have also become self-appointed guardians of ancient treasure (left by the Danes when they marauded through Ireland), burying it in crocks or pots. This may be one reason why Leprechauns tend to avoid contact with humans whom they regard as foolish, flighty (and greedy?) creatures. If caught by a mortal, he will promise great wealth if allowed to go free. He carries two leather pouches. In one there is a silver shilling, a magical coin that returns to the purse each time it is paid out. In the other he carries a gold coin which he uses to try and bribe his way out of difficult situations. This coin usually turns to leaves or ashes once the leprechaun has parted with it. However, you must never take your eye off him, for he can vanish in an instant.

Leprechauns originated in Ireland and are also called The Gentry. Their element is earth and they can be found in wild areas with large grassy hills. The Leprechaun is a solitary faery who loves to play pranks on humans. He appears as male, and no female sightings have ever been reported. They are almost always seen in green clothing or costly material and green tri-colored hats. They are mischievous, but will be helpful to humans when approached with respect.

They are very quick-witted except when drunk. He guards a pot of gold, if one can gain control of one they can have the pot of gold and three wishes. They are shoemakers by trade, however they only work on one shoe and only serve other fae. They do not enjoy working with fellow faeries keep to themselves except at parties. They have been known to invite humans do these, which can be joined as long as they do not eat, drink, or dance with them.

Lesidhe....Originated in Ireland and India. They are known as Leshes in Slavic lands, Suibotschniks in Russia, and Leshiye in Germany. Their element is air and they can be found in wild woods. Pronounced Lay-shee, they are guardians of forests and always disguised as foliage. They are usually found in groups, and seem to be andro- gynous. They are classified as solitaries rather than trooping faeries, because they seem to have little to do with each other. They are active in the spring and summer, especially at dawn and dusk, but seem to prefer being nocturnal. It is believed they have come to dislike humans for their careless treatment of the environment. Though they have never harmed anyone, their nasty pranks usually involve trying to lose people in deep woods.

Lorelei....From Germany, they appear as young women who sit on the rocks singing. They are manipulative and cunning, entrancing sailors and causing their ships to crash on the rocks. There purpose is to destroy humans and they are very dangerous.

Lunantisidhe....Possibly from ancient Rome but surely from Ireland. Their element is air and they are active at night and found in blackthorn trees. Pronounced Loo-nan-tee-shee, they are thin and wizened in appearance and look like small, bald, old men. They have pointed ears and long teeth, and long arms and fingers. They are found in groups, but are neither trooping nor solitary. They are believed to hate humans with a passion. Their purpose seems to be to protect the blackthorn trees from human encroachment.

Ly Erg....A Scottish water elemental, they appear to look like a Scottish soldier only about 4 feet tall. The give away is the right hand which is bright red. They are known to challenge anyone to combat, and even if the victim survives the battle, to engage the Ly Erg still means death within 24 hours.

Massariol....Known in Spain, earth spirits. They appear about 2 feet tall with the face of an elderly man, long hair and a beard, who is always neat and clean. They tend to livestock, milking cows and find young human women irresistible. When not working in the barns they can be found ogling the maiden daughters. They can become a nuisance due to the undying obsession they have for young girls, but are rendered harmless due to there small size.

Menehunas....Originating in Hawaii and are earth spirits. They are 3”-12” tall with stocky bodies and pointed ears and resemble the Native Hawaiian, only very small. They carry horns which they use to summon birds for transportation. They are said to help lost travelers with guidance and food and have been known to fight off sharks and major storms.
The Merrows....The word merrow or moruadh comes from the Gaelic muir (sea) and oigh (maid) and refers specifically to the female of the species. Mermen - the merrows male counterparts - have been rarely seen. They have been described as exceptionally ugly and scaled, with pig-like features and long, pointed teeth. Merrows themselves are extremely beautiful and are promiscuous in their relations with mortals. The Irish merrow differs physically from humans in that her feet are flatter than those of a mortal and her hands have a thin webbing between the fingers. In some parts of Ireland, they are regarded as messengers of doom and death.

Merrows have special clothing to enable them to travel through ocean currents. In Kerry, Cork and Wexford, they wear a small red cap made from feathers, called a cohullen druith. However, in more northerly waters they travel through the sea wrapped in sealskin cloaks, taking on the appearance and attributes of seals. In order to come ashore, the merrow abandons her cap or cloak, so any mortal who finds these has power over her, as she cannot return to the sea until they are retrieved. Hiding the cloak in the thatches of his house, a fisherman may persuade the merrow to marry him. Such brides are often extremely wealthy, with fortunes of gold retrieved from shipwrecks. Eventually the merrow will recover the cloak, and find her urge to return to the sea so strong that she leaves her human husband and children behind. Many coastal dwellers have taken merrows as lovers and a number of famous Irish families claim their descent from such unions, notably the O'Flaherty and O'Sullivan families of Kerry and the MacNamaras of Clare. The Irish poet W B Yeats reported a further case in his Irish Fairy and Folk Tales: "Near Bantry in the last century, there is said to have been a woman, covered in scales like a fish, who was descended from such a marriage".

Moerae....Originated in Greece and are a earth element. They appear as three women dressed in Grecian robes, in the three stages of life. They have no human interaction, it is a form of predestination.

Monaciello....Earth elemental from Italy, they stand about 3 feet tall, have no facial hair, very round chubby faces and look like little miniature monks. They are guardians of wine cellars, and usually drunk but very jovial.

Mother Holle....German, associated with earth. She appears as a women in her late 50's with long black hair, wearing an emerald green dress. She will help in matters of divination for the price of a small amount gold.

Murdhuachas....Also known as Walrus People and Sea Cows. Of Irish origin, their element is water and they can be found at seasides, especially near rocky shores around dawn and dusk. Pronounced Mer-oo-khas, they are a race of Irish sea faeries, often mistaken for Merpeople. They have similar fish-like lower bodies, but have the upper bodies and heads of other mammals. They have an ambivalent temperament.

I do hope my dear friends that you all have enjoyed these series. More of the list will be posted tomorrow, if not the next day. Need to do more research. Thank you for sharing your time with me today.

With love from your fairy lady