“As flies to wanton boys….

The Bingergread Cottage

…are we to the gods, they kill us for their sport.” (Shakespeare → King Lear → Act 4, Scene 1, Page 2)

There are many different names for the places where people believe their gods to live: Valhalla, Paradise, Heaven etc. It is little-known that the deities of all religions, of all ages, dwell happily together in a vast land which they call “Hereafter”. Hell or anyone’s concept of it, is just down the road and there is a bumpy track which leads to the land of the Fae.

They were offered a picnic table in Hereafter but as they were not strictly speaking worshipped and had more to do with humans in their day to day activities, they chose to stay half way between. Those who were meant to find them, would. Those who were staring firmly at the skies would, as usual, walk into rabbit holes and fences.

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