Archive for May 2012


Temples The main sanctuary to Nemesis is at Rhamnous inAttica, which is said to have been built between 438 and 431 B.C. The architect was the so-called Theseum architect. Rhamnous is in a remote part of Attica about 39 kilometres north east ofAthensand 12.4 kilometres north-north-east of Marathon overlooking theEuboeanStrait.  Rhamnous was strategically significant enough […]

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These are photographs I took of St Helen’s Well whilst dressed for Beltane.  This ancient spring can be found near a village called Goodmanham in the East Riding of Yorkshire.  It is close to a public footpath called the Hudson Way which follows the route of the old disused Beverley-Market Weighton railway line. Goodmanham was an […]

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My 10 day blog tour to promote Adventures in Fetishland finished today.  Thanks to everybody who has hosted my blogs over the last two weeks.  During the first week I looked at the different ways in which the ‘Alice’ books inspired my own bdsm/fetish re-invention of them.  The second week of the tour covered some of the diverse themes […]

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There was a political aspect to the figure of Goddess Nemesis; that she was also used as an avenger of political enemies, notably the Persian invaders.  The cult statue by the Greek sculptor Pheidia described above was made out of a block of Parian marble brought toMarathonby the Persians, who had planned to use it […]

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