Category Archives: Ancient Egypt

Abimelech of Gerar…

* Abraham journeyed towards the south-country… Passing between Kadesh and Sur he entered into Gerar. * Abimelech, the king of Gerar sent, and took Sarah. * That night, God came to Abimelech, in a dream, and said, “You are a … Continue reading

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Open Heart Surgery?…

* This letter extraction and exchange raises some ethical questions. Is Abram the same person as Abraham? And likewise for Sarai and Sarah? * In our day there is increasing evidence that donated organs bring with them the memories of … Continue reading

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Pharaoh…

* …There was famine in the land so Abram and Sarai,  his wife, went into Egypt to avoid the grievous blight… * On nearing Egypt Abram said to Sarai, “Because of your great beauty, when the Egyptians see you, they … Continue reading

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Days of Honey

When the sun rose once again it was more than a new dawn for the world. A new order, a new era had begun. And it was time. We from whom the stars were seeded were sent to earth to … Continue reading

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Feeding the imagination

“We were not Gods, but were of God, the strands of our existence not yet teased apart by Becoming, our function not yet defined.” So much for a Saturday evening… the night of the week most folk sit relaxing by … Continue reading

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 Lantern by Willow #writephoto

  Time seemed  to  stand  still in Quintin’s bar Colours, cathedral like, rainbow Street lights  set  the place  aglow Continue reading:  Lantern #writephoto | willowdot21

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Going west – the Kilpeck corbels

The bellcote reminded me of the first church we had visited, where our adventures had begun, though this one is a 19thC addition, carved and decorated in keeping with the rest of the building; restorations have been gentle here. But … Continue reading

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Face to Face with history -Museums on May Day

As the May Morning festivities were winding down and our parking ticket still had a couple of hours to run, we decided to visit the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford while we ere there. To be fair, there is no way … Continue reading

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River of the Sun, chapter 13 – The Binding Voices – Steve Tanham

Reblogged from Steve Tanham River of the Sun, chapter 13 – The Binding Voices “Kneel before the sacred third point!” Amkhren fell to his knees and, once again, faced the clear lake of tranquillity at the temple’s centre. But this time, … Continue reading

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River of the Sun, Chapter 12 – Above and Below

Reblogged from Steve Tanham Sarkur the Stonemaker lay beneath Egypt’s stars, looking deep into the sky as though reading the story of his own life. As a young child, his mother would walk him to the cliff-edge, where the stars … Continue reading

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