This is an older picture, one I took at a gypsy fair in New Zealand. A few years later I weas ready to make it into a card and this is the result. Whern I was 21 I was a hippy and lived on the commune of a famous NZ Poet called James K Baxter (although he prefered to be called “Hemi” (which is Maori for James)


This one is off an old Victorian joke photo,


and this one is a very new Zealand play on words. NZers commonly refer to other as Yous, pronounced exactly the same as ewes! Example, “what are ewes up to?” 


 Lol! Ewes can use these cards to various occasions with my blessings,



About reverendjiam

Namaste I am a master metaphysician , an artist and a lover of life and people. I was given a new organisation - the Wholistic Peace and Prosperity Network - in an epiphany in 1992. I have spent all the time since then struggling to get it started. It was started three years ago and now has 3 members. This year will see us expand to 100 members and then we'll be launched! in the future it will spread world wide and even to our colonies in space! Since writing this I have been promoted to the level of Peacemaker. Apparently there are only seven in this class in the world at the moment. I was promoted when Nelson Mandela died and am amongst greats like John Lennon, Gandhi and The Dalai Lama. Each of us have our own particular task. Mine is to teach Peace (the state of Poor) and Prosperity (the state of Abundance), to lift people up above the negative material state into a state of heavenly BEingness, called Wealth. J'iam

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