Monthly Archives: March 2015

Broken Circles, Broken Dreams

It might seem to Julia an age has passed since she woke this morning beneath Dannyn’s ‘roof—the visions that warned, the stories that told of unlikely happenings (anachronistic, like everything here at Destination), her head full of newly-acquired knowledge (though … Continue reading

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The Players’ Play

Julia had already guessed what happened between her and the shaman Dannyn at their first meeting, which she’s yet to have. Yet to hear him say it . . . Episode 23 PRIORY PROJECT A Sci-fi-Fantasy The warning from Alsvregn comes … Continue reading

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But Why Is She Here?

Julia has questions she wants to ask Dannyn—lots of questions. And so, apparently, has Aldliks Bisdata; she wants to know where ‘this woman’, Julia Cannings, has been kept these past twenty-five years.’ Julia can’t answer the question. She hasn’t the … Continue reading

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Ancient Wheat

The astounding headlines that hit the archaeological press at the end of February this year (2015) would have delighted Julia Cannings of Priory Project. No doubt her jaw would have dropped when she realised that the granaries and traders at … Continue reading

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Fairy Nuff

There’s a fairy—Fairy Nuff Who sits upon my bathroom shelf, He’s a most annoying elf. He strews the room with bits of fluff. Always BLUE. You know his brethren? According to the Internet His breed, worldwide, is spreading. Oh, don’t … Continue reading

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At The Feast Of The Rings Completion

Sapapla meanders in her tale. Yet of the three stories Julia so far has heard, Sapapla’s is the most informative. And Julia knows now, beyond any doubt, that her ‘first’ visit to Destination—the one she’s yet to have—needs to be … Continue reading

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A Circular Problem

To excuse her from the need to talk, Dannyn has introduced Julia as ‘a scholar’ [i.e. read shaman] from another, far distant, land here to learn of their ways. So, of course, everyone wants to tell their story cos that’s … Continue reading

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But Why The Warning?

Julia knows, now, how many years have passed since Dannyn first met her—though for her that same meeting is still in the future. And it seems their meeting so affected him that, in modern parlance, he needed counselling—which doesn’t surprise … Continue reading

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Julia Cannings, Traveller, Scholar

Brought to Hegrea’s Isle, brought through the long narrow passage that is its gate, Julia was keen to see within, something more than those tall protruding posts. But something—or rather someone—stands in the way . . . I take it … Continue reading

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And Another Thing . . .

That Dannyn refers to Durrington Walls (the seasonal Neolithic town erected to house the workers at Stonehenge) as Hegrea’s Isle, and that Hegrea was a shaman who brought bread-wheat to the indigenous Alsime, has left Julia with a slight sense … Continue reading

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