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... of where I live, and a Day of the Dead trinket to represent the Mexican culture that is present where I live.
After leaving there, some members of the group made their way back to the hotel, while the rest of the group made our way to a lake district. It was a beach area, with a resturant, bar, and swimming area. Some people were swimming, I found a bench got something to eat and read a book in the shade. It was one of the most relaxing times I had during the trip.
... value of my work as psychic medium, as well as my principles and personal beliefs about spiritualism and its practice. Raven Kaldera writes on the online shrine of Hel: “Since then, she has dutifully tended to her Dead, about whom she feelsfiercely protective. She looks down on necromancy and other forms of magic used to “bother the Dead”, although she will allow seidhr-workers (Old Norse term for a type of ...
... for their "cause" while we tried to walk away, telling them no every few seconds. They left me alone much quicker than Em, but gave up entirely after a moment or two and went on to the next tourist when we kept walking and made it to the plaques, where we stopped to read and continued to ignore them.
After that, we were able to view the remains of the wall and read the plaques notating each patch of blocked off gravel's significance with no disturbance but ...
... was only a prelude,
there where they burn books,
they burn in the end people.
Heinrich Heine 1820
Goebbels, Hitler's Propaganda Minister, and the German Student Union, proclaimed a nationwide "Action Against the Un-German Spirit", which climaxed into a literature purge of Jewish or American novels, also known as the "Cleansing by Fire". The literature purge brought about an era ...
... continued down to where Checkpoint Charlie had been. Lots of sobering photos and facts. And many tourists. I don't think I knew that the wall completely encircled West Berlin. The elegant shops gave way to tacky stalls selling wall remnants and military memorabilia. All fake.
I wandered onto a cycle path by mistake, and the rider barked 'Achtung' at me. Didn't I jump! And I swear I saw Sgt Schultz today on a motorbike, complete with helmet.
We had lunch at a cafe ...