I'm a guy from Kingston-Upon-Hull in England (United Kingdom ).|
I'm Asexual (skepticsplay.blogspot.co.uk/p/… ), a redhead and have been diagnosed by doctors as having Asperger Syndrome (a milder form of Autism).
However, according to a spiritual advisor I am infact an Indigo Child/Adult undergoing transition into a Crystal Child/Adult. If you don't know what this means, don't worry about it. However, if you are interested and want to learn more check out this link here. (www.starchildglobal.com/)
I am quite different from 'normal' people and have often been described as strange, but that doesn't bother me. I do like making friends with people, but I tend to get along better with girls. I'm not really sure why.
When I was in school, I used to get bullied every single day just for the fact I was a redhead and the way I acted due to my autism. It was hell on earth for me and for many nights, I couldn't sleep due to recurring nightmares (seeing the bullies as monsters in my dreams).
Eventually, I began imagining myself transforming into a dragon to fight back against them and destroy them for good. It gave me a great feeling inside.
However, after reading the book "Through the eyes of Aliens" by Jasmine Lee O'Neil, I realize my victory over them has already been achieved. A bully's main purpose in what they do is to make you feel bad about yourself and try to get you to change who you are.
I managed to go through all 6 years without changing who I was, and therefore I have triumphed over them for good.
The dragon I dreamt up is still in my mind now (and its the same one I use for roleplaying or giving people hugs and cuddles - fav.me/d3hd8zz)
I am quite Empathic. I can feel other people's emotions and while at times it's nice to have, other times it is a burden. Whenever I see a friend or loved one upset or in pain, I start feeling pain in my Heart Chakra (middle of my ribs), which isn't a pleasant feeling. I will try to help any of my friends who need it so, and try to quicken the healing process they desperately need.
I believe that, as human beings, we all have the right to choose what we want to believe, not to have others choose for us. If you don't like what I like/believe, then fair enough. I respect your opinion but don't have a go (or swear) at me because of what I've chosen to like/believe, Instead just understand that I like something different, respect that I like it and just don't talk about it with me. If more people did this, there would be fewer wars.
Don't feel put down by people because of your beliefs, your appearance, your interests, your skin/hair colour, your age, your sexual orientation or what people think of you.
Never be ashamed of who you are...because you're awesome just the way you are!
You're not stupid, a freak, an idiot, a weirdo or a retard.
You're not 'nothing', a mistake, a waste of life or a disgrace to humanity.
You are one of a kind...and there will never be another like you!
You are unique...and being unique is cool!
Remember. Individuality is not a crime. No matter what makes us different, we are special in our own ways.
We are all human.
We are all a family.
We are all loved beyond what you can possibly imagine!
On a final note about myself, I can be quite vocal with my comments, so if I'm coming off as being annoying or 'over the top', then I apologize.
It's just my nature and I never intend to be a pain in the backside - it just kind of happens. I don't really have friends in real life due to my 'Autistic tendencies', so I try to be kind and loyal to the friends I can make here on the internet. I hope you understand.
If I comment and fave a lot of pictures by the same deviant all at once, I do become a bit paranoid as I feel I'm just annoying them.
A word of Warning: Any trolling or hating of me or my friends will result in immediate blocking from my page.
In every face, there is beauty.
In every heart, there is love.
In every mind, there is wisdom.
In every person, there is a soul,
there is life, there is worth,
and there is the ability,
to see all these things,
not only in one’s self,
but in all others, too.
Words can charm & words can wound. So choose your words with care.
Words can bring a blessing or hurt beyond repair…
Words can make us enemies & words can make us friends.
Words can make a quarrel & one word can make amends.
Words of hate are like stones flung out in anger or spite.
Words of truth are stars that give a sure & steadfast light.
Words of peace are isles of quietness in life’s troubled sea.
Words of love are like pearls strung of the threads of memory.
True friends will read and repost this. Fake friends will just ignore it. If you are a real friends, one who cares for their friends, copy and paste this.
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"Anyone willing to give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both."
- Benjamin Franklin
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Current Residence: Kingston-Upon-Hull
Favourite genre of music: I have a very varied taste in music
Favourite photographer: The great photographers on Deviantart!
Favourite style of art: Any that I decide I like
Operating System: Windows Vista
MP3 player of choice: I don't use an MP3 Player
Favourite cartoon character: Changes all the time.
Personal Quote: The power of the voice is greater than the power of a gun.
The world's oldest boatyard dating back nearly 4,000 years has been uncovered by archaeologists at the site of a new housing estate in Wales.
The site, believed to be the first prehistoric boat building site ever to be discovered, was found when developers came upon the edge of a long-vanished Ice Age lake.
Work on the housing estate in Monmouth, South Wales, was stopped for six months as a team of archaeologists unearthed the remains of the ancient boat building site used by prehistoric man.
Site: Archaeologists have uncovered a boatyard dating back nearly 4,000 years at the site of a new housing estate in Wales
Important discovery: The site, which dates back to 1700 BC, is said to be of 'international importance'. Pictured is an artist's impression of the boatyard
Development: The site was found when developers came upon the edge of a long-vanished Ice Age lake
Archaeologist Stephen Clarke said the discovery of the site, which dates back to 1700 BC, was of 'international importance'.
Mr Clarke, 71, said: 'I have been digging for 55 years and I have never seen anything like it.
'No one in the world has ever identified a prehistoric boat building site before.
'They have found fragments of boats but never a boat building site - this is of international importance.'
Excavations at the site have revealed three 100ft-long channels which run parrallel to each other and at right angles to the ancient lake.
The 'dead-straight' metre-wide channels are shaped like the bottom of wooden canoes. They are also cut through a mound of burned earth carbon-dated to the early Bronze Age.
Unearthed: Excavations have revealed three 100ft-long channels shaped like the bottom of wooden canoes
Work underway: Archaeologists working on the site with the three channels of the boatyard clearly visible
Dig: Work on the housing estate was stopped for six months as a team of archaeologists unearthed the remains of the ancient boat building site
Boatyard: The three 100ft-long channels run parrallel to each other and at right angles to the ancient lake
Mr Clarke said they showed a twin-hulled boat with an outrigger being dragged into a huge Ice Age lake.
The discovery was made on the newly built Parc Glyndwr housing estate on the edge of the historic market town of Monmouth, South Wales.
Monmouth Archaeological Society moved onto the site soon after the edge of the post-glacial lake was uncovered by unsuspecting builders.
Mr Clarke said: 'It’s a hell of a site - within 60 yards of it we had Stone Age artefacts and six Bronze Age sites.
Boat: An artist's impression of the type of boat built in the yard
'The three channels turned out to be 100ft-long and all perfectly parrallel, level and at right angles to the edge of the post-glacial lake. The channels show they built a boat made out of twin canoes with an outrigger.
'There was no sign of the wooden boat but there was evidence of wood working on the site - with sharp flakes of imported flint found alongside the channels.'
He said the boat was built on what was a huge prehistoric lake which became a home to hunter gatherers - and slowly drained away over thousands of years.
Prehistoric cave drawings in Scandanavia have been discovered depicting outrigger boats like the one built at Monmouth.
And they were still being used in places like Fiji in the 19th century.
A large boat of a similar date and form to the Monmouth remains was recently recovered from a peat bog at Lurgan, Ireland.
Monmouth Archaeological Society have previously won the highest award in their field - the Silver Trowel for the Greatest Initiative in Archaeology.
But after uncovering the prehistoric shipyard the archaeologists had to give it back to housing developers Charles Church.
Mr Clarke said: 'The prehistoric site is now mostly under a flood pond and the parts that aren’t have been built on.
'We have preserved it by recording it to the best of our ability before it was developed on. Unfortunately there just isn’t the money to preserve and protect all these sites.'
In use: The boats were still being used in places such as Fiji in the 19th century (pictured)
The research surrounding the prehistoric boat building site is now being published in a book called The Lost Lake.
Mr Clarke added: 'I am hoping other archaeologists will have seen similar channels on other sites and realise what was happening there.
'This is the first site that has been recognised in the world but there must be others out there.'
Evidence: Prehistoric cave drawings in Scandanavia have been discovered depicting outrigger boats like the one built at Monmouth. Pictured is an example of similar boats in use in Fiji in the 19th century