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The story so far...

To continue with this literary project of mine, it’s gone through a couple of iterations as I’ve tried to figure out how I want to share what I’m reading. 455 palabras más

Utnapishtim's Ark, pt. 2: Gilgamesh's End

Let’s recap: (Part One can be found here)

Gilgamesh was a Sumerian king (technically, he presided over the city of Uruk). However, his heart had grown cruel, and his subjects grew fearful. 838 palabras más


Ancient Sumerian Games: Game Of Ur

This is the Ancient Royal Game of Ur – Will We Ever Understand It, how it’s played?

The Royal Game of Ur is a Sumerian version of the ancient Middle Eastern game generically called The Game of Twenty Squares, in Royal Tombs of Ur in Iraq by Sir Leonard Woolley in the 1926-1927, and is dated to roughly to 2500 BCE. 212 palabras más


Bookversary: Into the Great Below

9 years ago today the devotional to the Sumerian Goddesses Inanna and Ereshkigal released.

Into the Great Below is a compilation of devotional poems, prayers, and rituals celebrating two magnificent Sumerian Goddesses: Inanna, Queen of Heaven and Erishkigal, Queen of the Underworld.

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Descent of Inanna

This Sunday the Bristol Goddess Temple welcomed a group of academics and community members from various backgrounds for the last in this year’s series of shared experiences and reflective discussions. 652 palabras más

Getting Sphinx-y W/You - WIF Like an Egyptian

Mysteries of Egypt’s

Great Sphinx

of Giza

When the soldiers of Rome first encountered the Sphinx they gazed upon an ancient structure which was already older than the ruins of the ancient  3.104 palabras más


Practical Proverbial, from 2 Timothy, 22 May 2019

always learning but never able to come to a knowledge of the truth.  2 Timothy 3:7 (NIV).

Are you a fan of college or are you a fan of high school graduates learning a trade?   488 palabras más