The Legend Continues

The legends of Robin Hood are like your best-lived life — filled with

HARMONY & VALOR

At one time or another, everyone sees a little bit of Robin Hood in their own behavior, dreams or companions. His good and his bad qualities are also characteristics of nearly every individual in most written works.

We call those fictional characters “Robyns” and their real-life counterparts “Mavericks”.

For Enlightenment and Security

If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.

Æsop’s Fables

The Art of War by Sun Tzu

The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli

The Federalist Papers

The Commonwealth Bible (The Slave Bible)**

For Enlightenment and Entertainment

The spirit of Robin Hood appears in many familiar characters of great literature.

Robin Hood & Little John

Tom Sawyer *

Huckleberry Finn *

Great Expectations *

Adrift in New York

* Videos that are based on these books are available HERE

We also remastered two old cookbooks that were where many “personal” recipes actually came from.  If you are creating an heirloom cookbook, The Kentucky Housewife from the 19th century and “Vigor” from the mid twentieth century may contain  foods that you remember, but whose recipes have been lost to your family.

** The Slave Bible was a extensively-abbreviated version of The Holy Bible and The Holy Torah was propaganda that brainwashed slaves into believing that their circumstances were divinely ordained.

This abuse of religion contained most of The Bible passages that also led to support for the institution by even those who didn’t even own any slaves.

We include it as a way to show how delusional “good people” can rationalize their bad behavior.