The Thickheaded Wanderer:

This blog presents some of the Synaptic Transmissions, Gleanings and Meanderings of a newly illumined Wanderer (2007) in the Ancient Church (The Holy Catholic and Apostolic Orthodox Church). As to the nature of this illumination, there can be little doubt that the wattage is so immeasurably low as to fail registering on the most sensitive instruments. Earlier technology suggests the potential of one candle power – unlit.

The Wanderer is a simple, lay person undaunted by more typical common sense precautions. Readers are cautioned. Frankly, fogged over thoughts, mental lapses, outright Thickheadedness (reference here is to a state of mind rather than state of hair) and a general ornery curmudgeonhood generic to the middle-aged of the species suggest better uses of one’s time might be found just about anywhere. Go and be more fruitful,  Sic Transit Gloria Mundi and all that jazz.

Under the Dome:

Under the Dome captures some of what has seemed useful along the Way to the Wanderer. On the odd chance that similar puzzles resurface or swing around like a boom-a-rang but for some reason ducking is not an option, the Wanderer hopes a revisit may come in handy. The Thickheaded Wanderer has found himself useful attending St. Mark’s parish in Bethesda (OCA) which has no dome of its own, but otherwise he prefers to remain Under the Radar. If the Reader finds something of incidental value, then …huh?


Washington, D.C. 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.


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