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Homecoming… Stuart France

* Many of the Great Stones at Avebury Appear to stand in ‘relationship’ To each other… * Continue reading here

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Chaperone II… Stuart France

* … “Would there be a symbolic significance for that?” “One would expect so.” “Could we offer an explanation?” Continue reading here

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Religious Syncretism? VIII… Stuart France

* “Are we allowed to be rational for a moment?” “We would not expect you to be anything else.” “If we consider Enkidu who is two-thirds animal, one-third man, together with Gilgamesh, who is two-thirds divine, one-third man, and treat … Continue reading

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Religious Syncretism? VII… Stuart France

* “If most of the Hebrew males wore long hair and beards anyway, why was there a need for the razor ban?” pondered Wen. “Ah, is that the sound of trumpets scaling the ramparts of heaven?” “What are you talking … Continue reading

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Lao Tzu… Stuart France

* “Plant a stone in a field. Any stone in any field. And watch it grow…” * Source: Stuart France

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Religious Syncretism? VI… Stuart France

* … “Research!” proclaims Wen, triumphantly. “If you insist,” but this is a form of research too. The Greeks called it dialectic… three, six, nine… lots of maybe’s, lots of supposes.” “So, why should transcendence be considered the be all … Continue reading

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Religious Syncretism? V… Stuart France

* … “But if Gilgamesh is two-thirds divine, doesn’t his strength come from ‘God’ too?” “Gilgamesh has a divine mother, Ninsun, and a father who was born human but later became divine.” “Ninsun,  is a name to conjure with,” murmurs … Continue reading

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