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Thousands of starfish have washed up on Ramsgate beach after the ‘Beast from the East’ struck. The trail of the dead sea creatures stretches to other beaches in the area as witnesses describe being shocked by the numbers. The macabre scene was said some to be like Armageddon with starfish stretching as far as the eye could see. T [...]

Mali awarded medal for bravery

Readers of The Earth Emperor’s Eye will know of the dog Malachi, the messenger, and his antics and sacrifices in protecting Mother Nature and serving the Emperor. Well, is it merely coincidence that a dog named Mali has been awarded the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross medal for bravery?  The military dog helped protect sold [...]

Making an Ass of You and Me

Making an Ass of You and Me
The saying goes, ‘To assume is to make an ass of u and me.’ It’s quoted by Malachi in The Earth Emperor’s Eye, possibly because assumptions can create negative mindsets, particularly when faced with something unusual and distinctive which pushes boundaries and perceptions, but lingers hitherto undiscovered and overlook [...]

Sword in the Stone

A SWORD dubbed Excalibur, after the legendary sword of King Arthur, has mysteriously been pulled from a lakeside stone in the Brecon Beacons, one of the places mooted for Camelot. The sword was fixed into a stone with cement near Llangorse Lake, in the Brecon Beacons. It was made by a local blacksmiths and the attraction was popular with chi [...]

To Be, or Not to Be

‘To be, or not to be’, is a famous solilquy penned by William Shakespeare in his powerful  play,  The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark.  The words are spoken by Prince Hamlet as he ponders whether to end his life or face his personal struggles and a passion for Ophelia. To cut a wonderful tale short, their love [...]

Painted Lady

The Painted Lady butterfly has a magical role in The Earth Emperor’s Eye, serving as a signal of renaissance and renewal when all hope seems lost. How poignant then that a colourful, shimmering spectacle detected by weather radar over the US state of Colorado has been identified as swarms of migrating butterflies – Painted Lady bu [...]

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