The Return of Eternal Idol?

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I understand that my Eternal Idol site may well be returning within a few weeks, after languishing for a few months in the internet’s equivalent of Purgatory, or Limbo.

I’m not yet sure what form it will take, but while I’ll do everything to restore it to its former glory, we all surely realise that nothing lasts forever.

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13 Responses to The Return of Eternal Idol?

  1. Juris says:

    God’s in his heaven
    All’s right with the world.

    Juris

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  2. Nice pomegranate, Dennis. πŸ™‚

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  3. Bob Jenkins says:

    Well, you may add my name to those who are happy to see the site back on its feet!

    Dennis, do you actually eat those things ?? πŸ˜‰

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  4. Dan Holdsworth says:

    I was wondering what had happened to the original site; after all the actual domain name registration doesn’t expire until 2015, so that can’t be the source of the trouble.

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  5. Austin says:

    Flags are ready to go out when the bout of hiccups is over .

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    • eternalidol says:

      Austin, I honestly don’t know what form it will return in, while I very much doubt that every last thing posted and published there can be retrieved. However, I’m told it will be back and that it won’t be unrecognisable to its previous incarnation, so this is good, while I’ll naturally do everything I can to help to restore it to its former glory.

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  6. Austin says:

    Dennis ,Your reference to pomegranates being the food of the Gods, is that a reference to Hades and Persephone? .I would be interested to know what Celtic or earlier deity(ies) you consider most closely correspond with Kore / Persephone . Thanks

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    • eternalidol says:

      Yes, it was indeed a reference to Hades and Persephone, but to answer your question, I would need to delve deep into some of my weightier tomes dealing with mythology. When I have a considered opinion, I’ll let you know πŸ™‚

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  7. Thank you for your time Dennis, your considered opinion will be greatly appreciated.

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