Friday, March 30, 2007

How To Be Invisible

He was famous because it was reputed that he knew a very secret spell called ‘How To be Invisible'. It was said that only the most powerful magicians knew this spell.

This story can now be found at:

http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Be-Invisible




8 comments:

shannogh said...

drop your trousers to become invisible. it works for me

Hugh Janus said...

Nice story. Maybe next time you could do 'The Emperor's New Clothes' with regard to 9-11?

Aquila ka Hecate said...

Hey- where'd you go, CJ?

I can't see you!

Love,
Terri in Joburg

Chandira said...

There's a great moral in that story..

Hey Chris, hope you're doing well.. I'll email you later. xx

Pagan Quill said...

(sorry for posting this here, but I couldn't find an email addy).

I’m writing you today to inquire about your participation in a writing project geared toward bringing the best pagan writers to the forefront of the blogging community. Your blog, as you may know, is in the blogroll at Wildhunt.org/blog, so we know you are a quality pagan writer. We have been paring down that list to find the absolute best to kick start this project and we want to include you.

It’s called The Pagan Quill. It will be a virtual environment where pagan bloggers much like yourself submit their works to be featured on the front page with hopes of getting their names out there, in the spotlight, where they deserve to be.

We would like to ask of you three things: We would like you to submit one of your best posts from your site for the first release of Paganquill. We are trying to get at least ten posts for when we go live. Hopefully, among these, we will have some pretty big names. We would also like to include you in our list of members, where a permanent link to your site will be established. Finally, we would like you to include a link back to the Pagan Quill.

I'm sure at this point you have a lot of questions. Let me try and answer a few of them.

The first post you send should be on a pagan topic of some sort, though this will not normally be the case. This is a site for pagan bloggers, not necessarily pagan topics. There are other sites out there doing this, and they are doing a great job. However, for now, we wish to establish a general “paganness” about the site. Later, we want to showcase writers who write well, and just happen to be pagan. It’s about supporting the arts.

Please email us back with any other questions you might have, or if to let us know you'd like to join up!

Thank you for your time,
Derek Harris
Cassie McClure
Paganquill.com

Anonymous said...

WOW!that story sucked man that was awful!!!!Still, I dont get the Moral . . ... (hehe)

gopal said...

Thats a g8 article!
in this world, almost nothing can make u invisible, till now. One thing is for sure, that u can presume to be invisible, by being unimportant....
Anything underr the sun unimportant is assumed to be invisible by the sense of human perception of intellect...
Great life ahead.

Fever said...

that was pretty cool