Good ol' Scott Church continues to offer his luscious erotic photos. This model's lovely derriere and the way she's fondling that mean-looking bullwhip create a spicy mood. Her thrilling hair-color also adds pizazz.
Coincidentally, I've just joined another LJ sex community -- bipolypagangeek, which seems to offer all things to all folks. It's a very friendly place. I just posted there my thoughts on freewheeling sex. As you lovely readers know, I am FOR it, even if my longtime sig-other Joanne won't consider anything like an open relationship. In my post, I mention my Tumblr blogs and my reblogging femmie photos from Flickr (with its frustrations). I even mention Scott's delightful arrangement to share shots like THIS one.
Holland Marsh is famous for having some of the most incredible soil in Ontario. It's a low lying plain that has been farmed for generations. Along one of the main roads there are many abandoned homes...
These old farmhouses are not in good shape. Many are in a state of near collapse. It appears that many of the farmers merely started to build newer bigger houses and didn't bother tearing them down yet...
Most of the houses have outbuildings, like a greenhouse or an old warehouse. This one had both.
All in all, a beautiful place. Inside some of the sheds you might find remnants of the past (like the sowing machine.) It's important to remember not to take or move anything. We're not thieves. Also, this particular house had a missing floor right at the entrance. Heads up or you'll take one big step :D
Googled terms: Persian astrology; Zoroastrian astrology; Zoroastrian astrological symbolism; Persian astronomy; 1st century Persian astrology.
Basically all I get are incredibly vague Wikipedia pages, or else astrologers discussing present day astrology, or discussions of Zoroastrian views on Astrology.
What I want to know is if there have been seriously scholarly works on 1st century (Pre-Sassanid) Zoriastrian / Persian astrology. Especially comparative works comparing Western (or Greek) astrology of the time with Persian astrology. Translation work would be best, but pointers to anything in particular would be appreciated.
I know this is a really hyper-specific question, but I really have no idea where else to even ask about it.