At dragonofcompassion.com I put a lot of the longer things I have written since 1980 starting with Arcane. I didn't know that Arcane was a past life experience until around 1998 and 1999 because remembering the future I didn't believe was possible until I more fully understood what a soul was and that it has nothing at all to do with time or space (except) when clothed with a physical body like we wear here on earth. A body is a lot like a car we drive around in as a soul. But, just like your car, if you don't take care of it soon it doesn't run anymore (it dies). So, take good care of your bodies if you want to stay alive longer here on earth.
Anyway, I don't compose in HTML anymore simply because it is too time consuming for me and because I'm retired now. So, if it isn't fun and interesting why do it at all? Anyway, if strange things show up at my site for only one article I wouldn't worry as a reader. That's just some programmer's idea of a joke when people quote from their sites. Also, like the Yahoo one they are trying to get you to visit their site by clicking on some of the word buttons you see.
Instead of composing in HTML or compatible languages I use what is called "Compose" here at blogger.com(blogspot) instead. It is an automatic coder. However, when I quote from another source strange things sometimes happen (because all programmers are not in sync with each other around the world. And because an automatic coder is a form of Artificial intelligence which you see more and more of as time goes by everywhere in life. So, I hope this reassures you as a reader that all is well and good here at this site. Also, I never put cookies anywhere on my site but things I quote might have cookies in them or blogger.com might add cookies. I don't really know because I don't try to read HTML code much anymore because it just takes too much time and I'd rather be skiing or traveling and staying healthy instead. I'll live a lot longer that way.
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