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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? IX… Stuart France

* “Do we know who the the author is?” “Do we ever know who the author is?” “Do we know who the author is purported to be?” “Gilgamesh existed as the legendary protagonist in a number of Sumerian poems long … Continue reading

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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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