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Practicum…

* This being the case, it might well be worthwhile experimenting with some of these letters. * In the first instance we can visualise the letters Heh and Yod shortly before retiring to bed. * Continue reading at France and … Continue reading

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The Apostrophe ~ Connie Jasperson #amwriting

Reblogged from Life in the Realm of Fantasy: Today we’re looking at the sometimes confusing apostrophe. It has many uses, but I will only delve into the most common ways we use it in creative writing today. In creative writing, … Continue reading

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The Letter-Man: Coincidence…

* The English letter ‘Eye’ seems an almost exact equivalent of the old style Hebraic Yod. Its close relative ‘Jay’, in Hebrew, has been subsumed in the same form. * English capital ‘Eye’, the higher self, links heaven and earth. … 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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Dear Wen: Ghaist Stanes…

Dear Wen… Why that particular text for a trip to the hospital was all I was really wondering…? The old Chestnut, with a twist, of files baked into Bakewell Tarts is possibly not the way to go… But the ‘…Stane’ … Continue reading

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Dear Don: Ghaist Stanes…

Dear Don, Had the inadvertent blooding of the book indeed been a ritual, I would have minded far less, as such would hark back to the oldest rites, continuing the thread of vicarious sacrifice reaching even into the heart of … Continue reading

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From the Mist ~ Anita Dawes #writephoto

An ancient wall, an offering made to Gods of old, whose stories have never truly be told. Of Arthur, Merlin and Guinevere Of a time when a child was born under cover of Merlin’s mist Continue reading at Anita Dawes … Continue reading

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The Sword in the Wall ~ Anurag Bakhshi #writephoto

He looked around carefully to see that he was alone. Then cast a few spells to check again. In their world, walls didn’t just have ears, but eyes too. Satisfied that he was well-cloaked from any magical surveillance, he walked … Continue reading

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The Hebrew Letter Yod…

* The Hand. Variously interpreted as the ‘hand of man’, or ‘the hand of god’. This kind of thinking drives the scientific mind mad. It has to be one or the other. It cannot be both. Since quantum some scientists … Continue reading

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