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The Crossroads of the Aether

Amhara Serrao
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  • Baton Rouge, Louisanna 70802
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LADY Amhara Serrao! I'M A Doll !

Radio Riel - The best Steampunk/Volksmusik/ New Toulouse/ /Dieselpunk/ Reverie and More Internet radio station.  There are 6 streams of music and style with steampunk flavoring. It one of my favorite of Mine with the variety of music. There is something for every one.  Information Regard the different Music Genre

THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY BLACK PEOPLE: African & African-American Steampunk

Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean - This site also talks about other people group that were pirates too, From a historical fact (nonfiction) but still interesting.

Steampunk Names: Victorian Sci-F ( very cute)- These are Baby Names that are Steampunk in flavor :-)

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I m a doll who love adventure and mystery. The Maker made me like that and Im very happy to be , when i look at things and situation , its like i am looking at it for the first time and experience everything for the first time.  That is me , but at last ,I am a doll , my nature of loving hugs and kisses does spring up a bit her and there,  But i also am a teacher , adventure and single mother ( that is miracle that i will discuss at another time) but life does have its Possibliities

Lady Amhara Serrao
"The Maker gave me His Heart'


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At 8:39pm on December 21, 2016, Captain said…

I am sorry that I was away from my computer and missed your PM.  

At 11:10am on July 27, 2016, Captain said…
At 11:41am on February 23, 2013, Sky Marshall said…


Thank You for your kind words Lady Amhara Serrao. Steampunk is indeed a grand and adventurous undertaking. Since 2009 when I first discovered the name of this thing called Steampunk, I have been continually fascinated with all its Heroes and Villians, all these Real and Imagined Spaces and Places, the kindred cacophony of diverse voices and sounds, the music, the literature, the fashion, the language, the thoughts, of all of these people, places, and things... We are indeed a richly woven fabric of browns, and blacks, and blues... adorned with copper and zinc, layered in coats and undercoats, sometimes bold and beautiful, sometimes worn and tattered but richly repaired. We are in a sense all Heroes and Dolls playing the stage of this boundless crossroads in the Aether of Time.


Full Steam Ahead... new friend... Full Steam Ahead


.......................-~< Sky Marshall >~-.........................

Gideon Alexander Cornelius Thaddeus Prime



At 11:23am on October 23, 2012, Sunny "Lucinda Hammerman" said…

and now we are friends

At 1:39am on October 23, 2012, Phillian Tomac said…

HI there, thanks for the add, pop by and say hi :)

At 9:52am on September 29, 2012, Leslie Seabolt said…

Thanks! And thanks for adding me as a friend! You are my first one!

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