Charlemagne is the Holy Roman Emperor, and as a Holy Roman Emperor, it's not surprising that he'd get a command directly from God. What is surprising, however, is that the command is less than holy.
The angry, bitter bird people on the creature of the week will be the death of chairs as we know them.
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Found it. References to the Dhinnabarrada in the story of Yooneeara has several sources on Google.
I also would love more information on the Emu foot masseurs. There doesn’t seem to be much available online, and nothing of that description appears in any lists of Australian Indigenous Dreamtime or Legendary beings.
I’d love to know the spelling of the Emu centaurs too, I tried several different versions and even being familiar with Aboriginal spellings of things I can’t find anything, online at least. Unless it’s not Aboriginal and it’s a folk creature?
I’m listening to this again tonight mostly because it’s just so entertaining and overall light-hearted. I can’t wait until Wednesday!
I’m with Joanna. I would love more information on the emu people who give foot massages.
Hi! Can you please indicate the name/spelling of the creature of the week? We have been trying to learn more to no avail! Many thanks, Joanna