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Superstitions

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

Finding a four leaf clover will bring luck.As I mentioned before (Superstisous?) I have recently gotten a few books on superstitions, and I’ve finally gotten around to gleaning some worthy information about them and putting them up on my main page. While there is not much there yet you may find an interest in what I have gotten.

Currently I have all the days of the week, as well as the magickal uses of saliva. More article are planned, epsecially a page on clovers as I have a knack in finding them and likely some bit about luck in general.

If you have a few moments then click on through and check it out. The main index on superstitions can be found here: Traditional Beliefs about Superstitions

Working On Astral Senses

Friday, May 4th, 2007

I’m working on my astral senses pages now and they are going a bit slower then I planned, but much better then I’d have hoped for. They are based on working with or without a partner and revolve around a one hour walk 5-7 days a week with extra credit segments lasting from a few moments to an hour or so each. I’m working it out into a course that will last a full year, but can be cut down to 6 months so it’s very versatile.

I have four and a half of the senses done thus far and will likely have the rest finished by the end of next week. I likely would have done a bit more today, but Azrael tipped a cup of coffee over and I needed some time to cool down before I got to working again.

Originally I was planning on offering it as an e-book, and charging a dollar or two for it but now I think I’ll be setting it as straight HTML and then maybe offering a bit more *shrug* via a downloadable version. I’m unsure if I’ll charge for it, though likely will not. However, I’m reserving the right to submit it into publishers to have it officially on the shelves.

All in all I am very happy with how my page(s) are coming along!

Necronomicon

Tuesday, May 1st, 2007

As many of you are aware I have had an interest in the Necronomicon, Cthulhu Mythos, and various deities from the Sumerian Pantheon. While my writings on it have been rather lax over the last year or so, it still holds a special place in my heart. I’ve had a webpage dealing with it for two years now with only a slight upgrade since I moved down here to Tennessee. That is changing!

I have completely reformatted my Necronomicon page, and have tweaked out much of it’s content. Before it was little more then a copy/paste job from various forum posts. I’ve removed most (all?) references to that now and made it more fitting for an actual website. If you have an interest in it, then by all means check it out :D

Sumerian & Cthulhu Mythos

I still have a few more articles for conversion, but those are still in need to some tweaking. I also have other magickal and mundane musings which will be placed in another section of my site. Either way though, I’m one step closer to having a half way decent site…

Enjoy,
Q

ASCII Art

Thursday, April 26th, 2007

I have been slowly reworking this domain, not the blog, I mean the core pages (www.qryztufre.com) and have thus far not gotten very much done, but I have gotten the most difficult part out of the way. The ASCII pages!

Please check it out, even if you’ve seen the previous versions of it. I think the black/green format on all the pages rather then most really sets it off.

Also, if you stumble, please give the Celtic Cross a thumbs up… I’m trying to make it go viral so I’ll be popular :lol:

Thanks!

Spam CAN taste good

Thursday, April 19th, 2007

I am an evil evil person and should by rights be tied down and flogged…you see I support SPAM on certain levels and have been spamming people for months now. Though, I try my best to do it with tact & taste. How you say? Well, I just be myself, and in being myself, I just type what comes naturally…and in doing so, if I want to talk about something I have an interest in, I might as well get paid right? 

Well, there are other ways of spamming someone that could get them to not notice. Like your forum signature, or even just being a friendly member.

Forum members are some of the pickiest users on the web when it comes to ads and advertising, to get them to click on an ad is like trying to get skeeters to bite someone bathed in OFF!. Subtly works best, and being helpful works even better. 

I’ve been a member of forums that have had ads plastered in the headers, footers, and even a side bar…some of these forums I’ve been a part of for years, and never once have I ever clicked on any ad. Well, I guess I have, but I’m talking one click in thousands of page loads. That kind of CTR is horrible!

On the flip side, I have clicked many member’s signatures. I’m also prone to check out member websites, and sometimes if a member that’s been around for a while points something out in a post, I’ll gladly click. I like to assume I’m not alone in this anti-ad mindset, but still willing to click an actual suggestion. 

With that in mind, I’ve taken the liberty of mentioning a new tips and tricks based on the things I’ve seen happen, and the things I’ve actually done myself. If this does place me as evil, then so be it…but keep in mind, my goal in this evil is to be relevant and helpful, for ALL involved. So while in the end it really is ME ME ME on the surface it’s helping out everyone. 

Now you want to know what I’m talking about?
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(as a side note, people liked it so well, I’m getting reposts)