Tuesday, 25 September 2012


Got the Chakra Shakes?

The serpent halo of the Egyptian god Hourus shows the kundalini rising.

This was quite a charming article that helps negative interactions in these intense times.

YelloHammer's thinking has indeed been cloudy of late. 
The ever changing weather doesn't help...D'oh - there's another one...

Monday, 17 September 2012


Persephone puts such thought of language into each entry on her Treestories blog.
This one brought a tear to Yellowhammers eye, do have a rifle if you have time.

Sunday, 16 September 2012


Dancing horse, you can tell it's happy by its ears...


Fred Astaire dancing round the lounge ..

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Cave Art

These pictures are of cave art that is 30,000 years old. 

Designed to elicit feelings of movement by utilising the curves and dips of the walls, with the knowledge that the flickering fire will imbue the figures with life. Shading, colour all in tact - and see the rhino top left shaking is head back and forth? 

The Cave of Forgotton Dreams is a docu with some magical footage. Undiscovered until recently, the Chauvet cave, in France, has pure colours and even hand prints of some of the artists.

Thursday, 6 September 2012

Comedy Award - REV

Thanks Be for repeats of REV on TV - a gentle, yet not twee, comedy about an inner city Vicar, highlighting much about what is good and difficult translating biblical wisdom to 'Modern Britain'. 

Move over Stephen Hawking, you're not helping anyone with your Space Theories..apart from the atheists, and I doubt they would accept help anyway.
Yellowhammer is feeling for Rev, as frankly EVERYONE finds modern Britain difficult, but for people trying to help us retain some dignity below the Babelic* towers,  it must be a nightmare.
*made up word
The writing by Tom Hollander and co has depth and perception of the human condition, without too much cynicism,  and the surrounding parishoners are hilarious, especially Colin the wastrel. 

I cant speak for Jesus but I reckon he would prefer this show to the Vicar of Dibley.  (assuming he has time, and exists..)

Newly Buddhist Colin refuses to play on Adam's team in an interfaith football tournament:

I thought this clip was very sweet.