Rest Ye Merry 20

Rest Ye Merry
I was invited by Robbie Cheadle at https://robbiesinspiration.wordpress.com to participate in the Anything but Books tag.  Read her thoughts here: https://robbiesinspiration.wordpress.com/2017/11/26/anything-but-books-tag/ I want to thank Robbie by dedicating a song to her. No, I am not going to sing. Yes, I heard your collective sigh of relief. ‘Cat Black the Wizard’s Hat’ is one of ...

Eggs at Twelve 6

Eggs at Twelve
  On the face of it men and women couldn’t be more different. I’m not talking about ‘Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus’. I mean just look at us, from body shapes to dangly bits – we are opposites. However did you know the natural human form is female? Centuries of eunuchs ...

Meet the in-laws 1

Meet the in-laws
    Not only is the human genome project completed – the mapping of all 24,000 human genes, but scientists have also completely mapped the Neanderthal Genome; from DNA recovered from bones dating back some 38,000 years. The results were surprising and have caused a total re-assessment of one of our closest cousins. Like the ...

‘Well, I’ll be a Monkey’s Uncle!’ 2

‘Well, I’ll be a Monkey’s Uncle!’
There are repeated reports of a human – chimpanzee hybrid, called a humanzee. The first is from the year 1,000 AD when the Benedictine monk, Peter Damien, claimed he saw the monstrous offspring of a woman and an ape. More recently, a circus chimpanzee called Oliver (1958-2012) was touted as such. Oliver was bald with ...

Alma 4

Alma
There are legends of the Alma, a humanoid who ranges from the edge of Siberia to as far south as Kazakhstan and the Caucasus Mountains that lie between the Black and Caspian Seas. The last reliable sighting of one such creature was made by the Russian scientist Alexander Pronin in 1948. In the 19th century, ...
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