“Battle not with monsters,
lest ye become a monster, and if you gaze into the abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.”
The House of Valerian (yawn)
And here we see, making their grande entry, the Blonde Blacks of the not-so-secret anymore Valerian interbreeding programme, token elderly white blonde in tow, likely a bottle blonde and one of their older breeding cows.
The purpose of their nefarious interbreeding program is a curious one. We'll explore it more further down the track, I promise.
Results from multiple studies indicate that valerian — a tall, flowering grassland plant — may reduce the amount of time it takes to fall asleep and help you sleep better. Of the many valerian species, only the carefully processed roots of the Valeriana officinalis have been widely studied. However, not all studies have shown valerian to be effective, and there may be some dangers.
The House of Von NonVeiller
Me, Lestat Von NonVeiller, not really fazed at all by their House of Valerian tripe,
in fact I'm trying to wake myself up again after looking at them for a few seconds.
Today I've nothing more to say to you and so I offer you my song.
'The mind of each man is a Savage Garden…in which all manner of creatures rise and fall, and anthems are sung and things imagined that must finally be condemned and disavowed.'
~ From 'The Vampire Lestat'
by Anne Rice
at the House of Gollum ...
Gollum taking selfies, nothing much has changed there, I see
From somewhere in the world (Gollum does get around!) - Germany, France, or even the USA), Gollum is begging you to let her do the preccciousssss work she loves, and says she's keeping her day job.
She offers to 'send ghosts to hotels, private homes and companies home.'
Not actually sure what she's saying here. Offering to haunt your home, or your enemies maybe? Really not clear.
I find it somewhat off-putting, but if her sales pitch works for you, I worry for you!
"HOLY GRAIL !!": Gollum remembering when he was Smeagol with pretty curls - a whore for Jesus and Blood Maiden for the Dark Mother!
If I should labor through daylight and dark, Consecrate, valorous, serious, true, Then on the world I may blazon my mark; And what if I don't, and what if I do?
From 'Enough Rope' by Dorothy Parker, 1926