Tag Archives: Egypt

The Marsh King’s Daughter… Stuart France

‘…Hi-ho the Carrion Crow, Fol-de-rol-de riddle…’ * Although the second longest of Anderson’s Fairy Tales, The Marsh King’s Daughter is relatively little known and perhaps, even, considered to be one of his ‘lesser’ tales. It is a huge, sprawling epic … 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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History of the Great Library of Alexandria – Emily Watts

Emily Watts is Nicholas C. Rossis‘ guest:  This is a guest post by writer and blogger Emily Watts. Emily is the author of multiple articles concerning mysterious and intriguing historical facts and theories. However, she also writes about problems of education, … Continue reading

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A common misconception?

“….so, this year it is Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Court, and next year we’ll be in Sumeria.” Running around getting things organised for the workshops always involves the attempted acquisition of some strange items. I frequently get asked what I’m … Continue reading

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Cleopatra’s Needle, London – Helen Jones

Reblogged from Journey to Ambeth: However, I didn’t have to wait too long to be seen by the very helpful staff, so  was soon back out in the sunshine with some time to spare before lunch. I thought I’d take … Continue reading

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Storytelling

Our earliest ancestors looked out upon this world and framed what they saw in stories that reached the heart through the imagination. As man and his questions became ever more sophisticated, the stories evolved, couching abstract concepts and ideas within … 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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The Osiriad: Isis and Osiris, the Divine Lovers

The research runs through a small library. My notes are a sizeable volume on their own… yet when it came to writing the Osiriad, I simply sat down and let it flow. It had been a project on my mind … Continue reading

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Birds of a feather

That the birds were there first means little to Ani. It is, as far as she is concerned, her garden and she decides who gets to play in it. Apart from the stray babies, those she makes an exception for … Continue reading

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