Welcome to my website! Isten hozta! Oideyasu! I have always believed that knowledge and enjoyment are two things that should be shared with as many people as possible. This website is an attempt to do just that...

Photo Galleries - People and places I know and love.

Music - including a history of my old band Entropy, with lots of mp3 files for your listening pleasure

Greek Mythology - Stories from the Greek myths

Favourite Quotes - Quotations that have appealed to me. Some are profound, some are amusing, the best are both

Models - An ancient interest that has been recently resurrected

Favourite Films - Every year I choose a film that I have seen for the first time that year to receive my special ADBGFYA. (That's 'Al Dixon Bloody Great Film of the Year Award')


Some Other Fairly Interesting Things:

Word of the Day from Dictionary.com

Do not believe anything
because it is said by an authority,
or if it is said to come from angels,
or from Gods,
or from an inspired source.

Believe it only if you have explored it
in your own heart
and mind and body
and found it to be true.

Work out your own path,
through diligence.

Gautama Buddha


AION is the Greek word for aeon, time, and is also the name of the Alexandrian god of Eternity who was at the head of the divine hierarchy in Mithraism. Aion was an abstraction, deified Time, and he regulated the revolutions of the stars and in consequence was the absolute master of all things.

On a statue of Aion the inscription states:
"He who by his divine nature remains ever the same in the same things. He who is and was and shall be, without beginning, middle or end, free from change, universal craftsman of the eternal divine nature."

I first became aware of Aion as the title of a book by C.G Jung, the Swiss psychologist, one of my lifetime heroes. The full title of the book is  AION  Researches into the Phenomenology of the Self. At the time I was working with mentally handicapped adults (one of the more rewarding jobs I have done), and one of my clients had a speech impediment; 'Aion' was his name for me.

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