Pedants declared this to be the first year of
the new millennium. Loons went about their business with scant regard
for what anyone thought about the calendar.
- January 2001
Travel, cooking, music, face-pulling and conversation.
Could you ask for anything more?
- February 2001
Back-to-school month - books, music, theories, research,
numbers, medicine. And a recipe warning.
- March 2001
Where is your soul now, where has it been, where is it
going? Have you been kind to animals? If you haven't, remember
that some of them are very smart. Perhaps you need to emigrate
to another planet (or dimension).
- April 2001
Religion. Science. Prophecies. Hell. Pyramids. And
murder. Something for everybody.
- May 2001
Fish, sheep, horses, chickens. Hopping, skipping and
standing still. No, I can't tell you any more - you have to
see for yourself.
- June 2001
With solutions for world government, overpopulation
and naughty children mixed with planetary exploration and science,
not to mention software, it would be hard to go to June and
not be disappointed. Add the fact that it was also
Conspiracy Month and you will
have to lie down afterwards.
- July 2001
Kirti threw a party and invited LlaŽl, The Keely
band was there and began to wail, C'mon everybody with your
mullet hair, If you can't dance with Ashtar use a wooden chair.
Thank you very much.
- August 2001
It was real science month in August, with the soft
sciences of psychology, sociology and anthropology meeting up
with the hard sciences of alchemy, homeopathy and alien studies.
There is also a dead man here. And a dead buffalo. The buffalo
died a natural death.
- September 2001
There was a special combined issue of Quintessence of
the Loon and The Millenium Project inspired by the attack on
You can read it here. Despite the events of September 11,
loonity carried on as usual.
- October 2001
People who see things at a distance, people who see
you at a distance, girls who are seen but are not real, ships
that are real but are not seen, a Messiah who might have been
seen. And a huge three-footed wealth toad! Wow!
- November 2001
There were ghosts, dolphins, angels and a Messiah.
But there were pumpkins, too.
- December 2001
The year ended well with lots of research, some music
and many gift suggestions that will be just as handy for birthdays
and weddings as they were for Christmas.