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  • Hair of the Bear

    My biannual haircut, end of April & end of October.
    See exhibitionism & Hair of the Bear

    half Moon

    🌛   🌓   🌜   🌗

    The Moon phase is at at first or last quarter and is half illuminated.

    The First Quarter Moon rises near the middle of the day and sets around the middle of the night in most areas. In general, people see the First Quarter Moon more frequently than the Third Quarter Moon, which is primarily in the sky after midnight.
    The First Quarter Moon / Half Moon from timeanddate.com

    On the day of Third Quarter, the Moon rises approximately in the middle of the night and sets in the middle of the day.
    The Third Quarter Moon / Half Moon from timeanddate.com
    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#half-moon

    hallow

    1. to make holy; sanctify; consecrate.
    2. to honor as holy; consider sacred; venerate.
    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#hallow

    Halloween

    See Samhain

    Hallows

    See Samhain

    Harvest Home

    See Mabon, autumnal equinox

    harvest Moon

    The full Moon that occurs closest to the autumnal equinox each year.

    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#harvest-moon

    Harvestpoint

    This year's date.

    A WebTree fire festival & cross quarter day. Harvestpoint marks the beginning of fall and the return of the dark, staring at sunset the day before the midpoint between the summer solstice and the autumnal equinox and ending at sunset on the day after (traditional three days).

    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#harvestpoint

    hasty generalization

    Hasty generalization is an informal fallacy of faulty generalization by reaching an inductive generalization based on insufficient evidence—essentially making a rushed conclusion without considering all of the variables. In statistics, it may involve basing broad conclusions regarding the statistics of a survey from a small sample group that fails to sufficiently represent an entire population. Its opposite fallacy is called slothful induction, or denying a reasonable conclusion of an inductive argument (e.g. "it was just a coincidence").
    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#generalization

    Hat Trick

    A performance so skilled that it looks easy.

    Everyone is amazed by the razzle dazzle moment. No one thinks about all the work, study, and experimenting beforehand that made it possible.

  • In hockey, one player making three goals.
  • A natural hat trick is scoring three times in a row.
  • Not-so-polite disparaged sexual versions

  • For some men, having sex with three different partners in one night, possibly at the same time.
  • For some men, having fellatio, standard, and anal sex with one woman in one evening.
  • See also
  • sex,
  • TruMale™
  • https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#hat-trick

    hate crime

    A crime, usually violent, motivated by prejudice or intolerance toward an individual’s national origin, ethnicity, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability.

    A term made up by governments so they can tack on extra punishments if you do something to someone of a different race.

    Killing is killing, it shouldn’t matter what race the murderer or the dead guy on the floor is.
    Over decades of debate, I've never found a good reason why a “hate crime” is worse than a regular crime. Theft is theft. Vandalism is vandalism. Assault is assault. Murder is murder.

    The only reasons seem to be virtue signaling and increasing the penalty. Then all crimes become hate crimes.

    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#hate-crime

    hate fuck

    Sex with someone you despise. Often used for emotional release after high stress. Usually abusive, violent, and injurious.

    See also
  • sex
  • https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#hate-fuck

    hate hoax

    Someone lying about a “hate crime” to get attention or other benefits.

    See also
  • politics
  • https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#hate-hoax

    hate speech

    speech that attacks, threatens, or insults a person or group on the basis of national origin, ethnicity, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability.

    A highfalutin' way of saying "I disagree with your meticulously-researched, irrefutable facts, so I am going to organize a social media campaign to demonize you and ruin your life. But don't forget to donate to my Patreon."
    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#hate-speech

    HDMI

    Short for High-Definition Multimedia Interface, it is the first industry-supported uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface. It's a single cable and user-friendly connector that replaces the maze of cabling behind the home entertainment center. HDMI provides an interface between any audio/video source, such as a set-top box, DVD player, or A/V receiver and an audio and/or video monitor, such as a digital television (DTV), over a single cable. HDMI supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus multi-channel digital audio on a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports 8-channel digital audio with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements. [Source: Adapted from HDMI.org]

    HDMI was defined to carry 8 channels, of 192kHz, 24-bit uncompressed audio, which exceeds all current consumer media formats. In addition, HDMI can carry any flavor of compressed audio format such as Dolby or DTS. HDMI has the capacity to support existing high-definition video formats such as 720p, 1080i, and 1080p, along with support of enhanced definition formats like 480p, as well as standard definition formats such as NTSC or PAL.
    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#hdmi

    hemera Aphrodites

    See Friday

    hemera Areos

    See Tuesday

    hemera Dios

    See Thursday

    hemera helio

    See Sunday

    hemera Hermu

    See Wednesday

    hemera Khronu

    See Saturday

    hemera selenes

    See Monday

    henotheism

    Adherence to one particular god out of several, especially by a family, tribe, or other group.

    1. the worship of a particular god, as by a family or tribe, without disbelieving in the existence of others.
    2. ascription of supreme divine attributes to whichever one of several gods is addressed at the time.

    Bowman considers most forms of white supremacist Odinism as henotheist. In a henotheistic cosmology, many gods are present but only one counts. All the others are mere “window dressing.” He thinks that white supremacist Odinists are for the most part hostile to Paganism, or dismissive of it as lesser or soft.

    “White supremacist Odinism may seek shelter under the larger Pagan umbrella,” Bowman cautioned, but “they do not play well with others.”
    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#henotheism

    herd principle, the

    Even suspicious marks will let their guard down when everyone next to them appears to share the same risks. Safety in numbers? Not if they’re all conspiring against you.
    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#herd

    hero

    ❝Words matter. Actions matter more. Intentions don’t.❞

    1. One who willingly and without coercion steps between harm and others.
    2. One who acts to prevent wrong to another.
    3. An inspiration to others in deeds, words, or thought.
    The best heroes are the ones who don't know they are heroes before they are needed and still choose standing between harm and another.

    1. a person noted for courageous acts or nobility of character:
    2. a person who, in the opinion of others, has special achievements, abilities, or personal qualities and is regarded as a role model or ideal:
    3. the principal male character in a story, play, film, etc.
    4. Classical Mythology.
      1. a being of godlike prowess and beneficence who often came to be honored as a divinity.
      2. (in the Homeric period) a warrior-chieftain of special strength, courage, or ability.
      3. (in later antiquity) an immortal being; demigod.
    5. hero sandwich.
    6. the bread or roll used in making a hero sandwich.
    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#hero

    High Holiday

    dates of borders between seasons

    A cross quarter day, a fire festival and a gateway between the four seasons. On my WebTree path, a three day celebration honoring the gods and marking the midpoint between the solstice and the equinox (or the equinox and the solstice). It begins on sunset on the day before the actual midpoint and lasts until sunset the day after (traditional three days).

    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#high-holiday

    hobos, tramps & bums

    I learned a few things when I went on a couple of adventures “riding the rails.” There were three classes of people you’d meet in and around the railyard, on the “wrong side of the tracks”: hobos, tramps, and bums. They were all “homeless people,” but that term wasn’t used. Hobos were people there for the lifestyle; often well-read, dropouts with wanderlust. Tramps were people down on their luck; they rode the rails to get someplace there might be work or where they had a friend. Bums were those with terminally bad habits: lazy, dirty, usually dishonest.

    The distinction between hobos, tramps, and bums appears to have been lost. None of the new breed of street people are hobos, I promise you. They’re tramps at best, but mostly bums. But it’s now fashionable to call them “the homeless,” because the PC world likes euphemisms. Not so long ago, these people used to be called “derelicts” or “vagrants.”

    Part of the Orwellian PC trend in language is that you can no longer call something what it is. You have to make up a softer and less accurate description of who or what they are. You’re not allowed to offend bums, derelicts, or vagrants. Even though they are, by their very nature, offensive.
    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#hobos-tramps-bums

    Homo astra

    the star human

    Humanity unchained from just one planet and one place and one star.

    I personally may not make it but I know we will.

    From the beginning the stars have plucked our dreams and planted wonder. The stars are still there, inviting us to soar among them.

    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#homo-astra

    homogeneity

    1. the quality or state of being of a similar kind or of having a uniform structure or composition throughout : the quality or state of being homogeneous
    2. mathematics : the state of having identical cumulative distribution functions or values
    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#homogeneity

    honor

    Living and manifesting society's virtues day by day.

    ❝The honor is in giving truth when needed, helping when you can, and leaving the World a little better than how you found it.❞
    Ro3 № 22
    ❝Always do what you promised. Try to deliver more than you promised. Make it better today. Keep polishing.❞
    Ro3 № 23
    ❝I honor truth, liberty, and the rule of law in that order.❞
    Ro3 № 24
    Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Do for yourself at least as much as you do for others. Don't do for others what they can do for themselves.
    Ro3 № 25
    Long term rules means honor brings advantage. Short term rules mean that honor is a disadvantage.
    Honor is a concept widely derided and discarded today. But honor is really nothing more than your personal credit rating. It is a statement of your character, and like credit, honor has leverage. It can move large numbers of people: elevate them, raise their spirits and their expectations of themselves. Honor and Courage and Character are beacons in the darkness; they draw all manner of people toward their light. Most people want to be good, to be brave, to be useful. They just need to be shown the way sometimes. And the only way to create such beacons to light our path is to commit to becoming one yourself.
    You Are Not Alone (Part 2)
    Eject!Eject!Eject
    ➣ temporary copy of You Are Not Alone at Pagan Vigil

    See also
  • Bill Whittle
  • https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#honor

    honor culture

    Built on the assumption that people earn honor and avenge insults on their own.

    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#honor-culture

    hormesis

    a theoretical phenomenon of dose-response relationships in which something (as a heavy metal or ionizing radiation) that produces harmful biological effects at moderate to high doses may produce beneficial effects at low doses
    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#

    house

    See kin

    Human Stupidity, Laws of

    See Laws of Stupidity

    humantics

    My name for the study of humanity in all it's manifestations and all of humanity's endeavors. I've been studying for years. Here are some of the basics.

    • Humanity is a colony organism.
    • People cherish their passions.
    • Competition breeds progress and encourages honesty.
    • In the absence of understanding, triviality dominates.
    • Seek paradox for truth.
    • Resist dogma for growth.
    • Beware anyone who offers an absolute.
    Yes, there is a mostly finished book.

    If I can, I am going to arrange for it's publication after my death, just to really annoy some people.

    https://lexicon.neowayland.com/hh/#humantics
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