Thursday, January 28, 2016

Good Afternoon my Dearest friends, followers, supporters and readers, I thought I would write you all a small note to let you know what has happened to me, No worries I am fine same old things although my computer went on the blink and i have had been lucky of sorts to have a friend that does computer programing for a living so he has had my computer since last friday. I hope you are all well & I am sorry I haven't been able to put new stories for you all. I have been writing lots so when the computer does get fixed I will have lots to have for you all. So I hope you enjoy my older stories down on the very bottom right and lots of movies too. 
Your friend always 

Tuesday, January 19, 2016


In this post I am going to bring you
Another tale of urban legend in Japan.
The Village is called Inunaki & they say that
the hills of the Inunaki village have eyes. So one
Should be very careful when you venture to 
The notorious Japanese village that is full
of urban legends & superstitions alone.
It seems that if you have the guts to 
enter the Abandoned villages, you will see
busted-up Collections of rural shacks &
believe it or not the village bears a sign
at the entrance. What this sign says is 
that the laws of Japan do not apply here
at the Village of Inunaki. You are
all probably wondering what could 
possibly be the reasons that this village
would not have the same laws of Japan?
Well, supposedly, its inhabitants indulge
in very bizarre practices such as incest,
cannibalism and lastly, there were no 
electronic devices aloud or that even work
in the area of the town.
Few, if any strangers or visitors would
ever return from the village of Inunaki.
As I have said in Japaneses Urban Legends
Is the most notorious of all Japanese legends.
So much that even the communities that 
lived closed by the area & political groups 
in japan have made
An effort to make sure that no folks ever
stumble upon the lost village just from the 
creepy superstitions alone. It is said that
Inunaki village was abandoned around WW2
& was never touched since that day.
That hasn't been occupied by anyone
other than curious visitors for 73-years.
There is no electronic devices on the properly
that will work. And when curious 
visitors come their phones won't work on
the trails that lead to the village of Inunaki. 
It was abandoned since WW2 and since 
then as far as anyone knows knowone
has lived there since. Living anyway!!!
The authorities of Japan have put several 
signs all over the trails saying that if 
any of the tails happen to lead to the 
Village Inunaki it is not their responsibility.
Basically they are saying you are taking
your own risk by walking the trails to the village & the tunnels as well.
All laws of japan and human decency does
not apply here'. The reasons why is because for centuries, even before WW2 the Inunaki Village was rumored to be a village completely composed of  murderous cannibals, incest and many horrors that were said to have been committed there. Not a pretty place to have around your country. I could understand why the people of japan would want to cover the village away in the urban legends even if some say it was truth legends.
'The laws and constitutions of Japan do not apply here' Electronic devices are said to be useless here as well. Many curious folks who have gone in search of the village of Inunaki have never returned or seen again!
I hope that you find this 
next Urban legend interesting
I included a few video's that 
I thought would help put some
clue to the legend of the Inunaki Village
love you all very much 
your friend always

Monday, January 18, 2016


Elven Art-
The images below are different interpretations
Of the Media of Magick of  Elven Art.
All are in the form of paintings, Photographic photoshop, digital painting and other Media. 
Many are from Talented Artist... 
Thank you to all the talented Artist, who have created all these beautiful images for all of us to 
Enjoy... I love you All, my dears,
Friends and Followers. You have 
been so supportive and kind and
 for that I love you
all. I could have this amazing
blog without all of you. Hugs to all. 
love you
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ƸӜƷ•.¸¸.´٠•●c Celibate life♥´Magic Surrounds Us
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I hope that you all enjoy the Elven Art.
I know that I have done many Elven Art posts before 
And I have received kind comments from
you all. I hope that these new Elven Art 
images you will all enjoy and give 
credit to the talented artist that have 
given us all such beautiful art work. 
Love you all very much 
Your Friend Always 

Friday, January 15, 2016


~Hummingbirds of Mexico~
~For My Love of the Jewels of the Sky~
In this post, I am going to bring you dear
friends, readers, supporters & followers in 
the beautiful world of Mexico. 
For many of you, all must know 
that I have a love a fair with these 
tiny jewels of the sky that are from
all over the world. However they mostly
live in the warmer climates of which 
I do not live at all. If you have had a look
at my blog it has my weather for a 
7-day week and it has been raining and
cold since November and the flooding has
started again. But that doesn't stop my
delightful hummingbird Rosy who I just 
discover is from Mexico.
He is the Anna's Hummingbird 
 There are many hummingbirds that come
from Mexico and migrate to the states. When

doing this post I had no idea there were so many.
There are to be exact 58 hummingbirds that
I know of. That doesn't mean that there are
more to of them. At the end of this post 
I will label all the hummingbirds that I 
know of that come from Mexico so 
that you if you would like can check these
~jewels your self~
In the Mexico when crossing the border
it opens up an whole new world of 
opportunities for the keen birdwatchers as 
for the countries boasts about its 58+ species
of hummingbirds and are widely distributed over
the country of Mexico of many different habitats.
It is said during the autumn migration at 
the Yucatan Peninsula receives thousands of 
migrating Ruby-throats from the U.S across
the Gulf of Mexico.
The Rain-forests at Palanque is worth
exploring or a visit. Why? because of all
the variety of birds that you will see. This 
includes that huge population of hummingbirds.
When you are there in these Rain-forests at
Palanque you will be lucky to see the 
Stripe-tailed hummingbird
Black-crested coquette hummingbird
Purple-crowned fairy hummingbird too.
Fork-tailed emerald hummingbird
Wedge-tailed sabrewing hummingbird
These are just a few varieties that you will
see in these beautiful places in Mexico.
In the Western United States these tiny species 
will move south from California to
 swell even further as far as numbers 
in hummingbirds to right of passage to migrate
or the over wintering birds. Which is happening 
in huge rates all over the U.S. It seems that
the hummingbirds are finding that finding
kind humans that love to feed them and care
for them is much easier than flying thousands 
of miles to migrate to have their baby birds.
The rich forest of Singaita near San Blas, 
with all its Gumbo limbo trees & palms provide
excellent bird watching too. If you can get there
I would. There you might even
 get a glimpse of the long-tail hermit hummingbird
Many other species can be found there too.
You see the land is suitable and full of woodland
area's, and flowering blooms of nectar for
the hummingbirds to feed.
It might be a bit of a search but it will be
worth the search through the woods lands 
and hills around Mexico City too. Which hold
many hummingbirds too. Like that of the
Berylline hummingbird
You might even get lucky and see 
the tiny Bumble Bee hummingbird .
It is very rare and many take
 some time to find. 
I hope you enjoy the joys of 

the Mexico Hummingbirds. There are
so many of them. I am going to put a
few images for you, them write down 
all the names of the hummingbirds
that come from Mexico.
1-Western Long-tailed Hermit
2-Eastern Long-tailed Hermit
3-Strip-throated Hermit 
4-Scaly breasted hummingbird
5-Wedge-tailed Sabrewing hummingbird
6-Long-tailed Sabrewing hummingbird
7-Rufous Sabrewing hummingbird
8-Violet Sabrewing hummingbird
9-White-necked Jacobin hummingbird
10-Green Violet-ear hummingbird
11-Green-breasted Mango
12-Emerald-chinned hummingbird
13-Short-crested Coquette
14- Black-crested Coquette
15-Golden-crowned Emerald 
16-Cozumel Emerald
17-Canivet's Emerald
18-Blue-capped Hummingbird
19-White-tailed hummingbird
20-Striped-tailed hummingbird 
21-Dusky hummingbird
22-Broad-billed Hummingbird
23-Mexican Woodnymph
24-Blue-throated Goldentail 
25-Xantus's hummingbird
26-White-eared Hummingbird
27- Rufous-tailed hummingbird
28-Buff-bellied hummingbird
29-Cinnamon hummingbird
30-White - bellied Emerald 
31-Azure-crowned hummingbird
32-Violet-crowned hummingbird
33-Green-fronted hummingbird
34-Blue=tailed hummingbird
35-Berylline hummingbird
36-Blue-throated hummingbird
37-Amethyst-throated hummingbird
38-Green-throated Mountain-gem
39-Garnet-throated hummingbird
40-Magnificent hummingbird
41-Purple-Crowned Fairy hummingbird
42-Plain-capped Starthroat
43-Long-billed Starthroat
44-Sparkling-tailed hummingbird
45-Slender Sheartail
46-Mexican Sheartail
47-Lucifer hummingbird
48-Beautiful hummingbird
49-Ruby-throated hummingbird
51-Anna's Hummingbird ---My Rosy--
52-Costa's hummingbird
53-Bumblebee hummingbird
55-Calliope hummingbird
57-Rufous hummingbird

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