Oops!If you are seeing this page it could be due to one of the following reasons.

  1. You don't have the Adobe Flash Player.
    You'll need it to properly view some of the content on this website and on countless other websites that have what's called "rich" content such as videos, movies, animation.

    Simply click on the image below which will take you to the Adobe website where you'll be able to download and install the Flash Player

  2. You have the Adobe Flash Player but it's not enabled.
    If this is the case...

    If you are using the Internet Explorer browser you should see a yellow/orange-like bar along the top of the browser window.  It should look something like this:
    An image example of what the Internet Explorer Information Bar may look like

    I added a red rectangle and arrows to highlight it

    And, it should say something like:
    • To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has restricted this webpage from running scripts or ActiveX controls that could access your computer. Click here for options.

      Simply click on the bar for more information.
  3. If you are using the Mozilla FireFox web browser click on Tools, from the browser's menu and then click on Add-ons from the sub or dropdown menu; the Add-ons Manager window will open.  In this window select the Plugins option (looks like a Lego block, blue/purple in color) then look for the   Shockwave Flash 10.3.183.5 (disabled)   plugin –your version number may be different– from the list and click on the Enable button; you should then be able to view the Flash content.
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Of course, you don't have to download the Adobe Flash Player or enable it, if you already have it, but then you wont get to experience the site the way it was intended; still, it's your computer and you're in control.  So, since I respect and honor your right to choose, with that in mind I created a series of images, with accompanying text, describing what you would see with the Adobe Flash Player. (the images are not to scale)  The first image represents what the Main Window would look like.  The images then continue, going in a clock-wise direction, from the tree branch on the left, to the spider web in the upper right, down to the comma looking dot on the tree trunk and lastly to the house on the left.

Peace.

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    Home Page
  • image example of nocturnal element's home page
  • This is what the Home Page would look like.

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    Webdesign Page
  • image example of spider-web, link to the webdesign page; click on the web to start
  • Click on the web to start.The web begins to change color from a purple to a yellowish hue. Purple spider lings rush out from the web and surround it. One of the spider lings continues out and around the tree branch as the others return to the web. The one spider ling reaches the end of the branch and stops, the others are all back and the web has return to its original purple hue. The spider ling attaches its silk string to the tip of the branch and begins to swing, back and forth, as it lowers itself. With every swing it takes it gets closer to the screen. On its last swing forward and up it lets go of the silk string; the spider ling flies up then begins to gently fall to the ground. Now on a free fall it starts to correct itself, preparing itself for the landing. The spider ling stretches its legs out, under him, to cushion the fall, then lands. It then turns to face us, takes a few steps forward, stops, stretches its front left leg forward and clicks on the "Web Design" text link on the menu bar; and we are then taken to that page.

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    Contact Page
  • image example of contact, link to the contact page;
  • Click on the purple link that looks like a big comma. The link begins to fade and an overhead light begins to flicker. The link fades out completely while the lamp flickers on and off and then finally stays on. Once on a hidden opening on the base of the tree trunk begins to open and out walks a figure that looks like a person. The figure walks towards the left of the screen and then stops at what appears to be a thorn on a root of the tree; it turns to face it, grabs a hold of it and pushes it down to the right. This action sends a spark or light up the tree stem located to the left of the figure; the figure then begins to walk back towards the opening on the tree trunk. As he continues to walk, re-enter the opening and the opening closes, returning to its original state, the following continues to happen. The spark or light moves up the stem gaining speed as the top of the stem curls up and in awaiting its arrival. Once there the stem curls out and up propelling and ejecting the spark like a slingshot. The spark becomes brighter and bigger as it transforms into a small contact form, before our eyes, with a name, email and message field as well as a send and a close form button.

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    Everything Else Page
  • image example of everything else, link to the everything else page; click on the purple door.
  • Click on the purple door, this would take you to the Everything Else Page on the site.

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