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Ooooh! 24 Season 2 is out in just under a week. Must resist buying it until after my little holiday, otherwise I might spend all week watching it instead of hobnobing with gods and stuff.


I'm taking a week off inbetween starting new job and finishing old job. During which time, at wraithwitch's suggestion, I'm going to go to the British Museum to look at the old statues of gods to see if any of them want to say hi. It might give be a better idea about where my spiritual leanings you see, cos at the moment I'm lacking anything concrete to follow.

At the very least, I'll get to see some cool old stuff that I've not seen before. Or at least I don't recall ever having been to the BM.

I dunno how long it'll take for me to look around all of it properly, so I'm setting aside an entire week to do it. Plus this weekend before the London game. Which might be a bad idea in terms of turning up to the game sane - we shall see :)


I don't think that they do... but if it is there, it used to be in the Japanese exhibit...

hmmmm, sexy swordy goodness. (Yes we are sad bastads and went to see it)

Re: masamune

Well that saves me asking what that meant then :)

Not entirely sure that is the sort of thing I'd be looking at though - figuring on just statues at the moment.

Re: masamune

It is a "Godlike" sword:)

Re: masamune

Well if it does have a diety associated with it - it'd be one of war and I can't really see myself following a war god. Or a death god. Or something like that. If I walk past I'll have a look tho :)

Re: masamune

Actually, Inari (the God associated with swords in Japan) is also a god of farming and rice (believe it or not) He is also a Kitsune (mischievous fox spirit)I think

Masamune's are special cos they were the ultimate swords created by the Japanese. He only made about 16 or 17 (I forget exactly) and they are undoubtably powerful (If you believe that sort of thing)