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[NB] Sumerian Diasporas Continued

Since writing this post on burial and necromancy, I have kept tabs on the material I’m reading for evidence about the intersection of the strands of the… 1,205 more words


Remains Of Missing Korean War Soldier From Brooklyn Buried In Farmingdale Cemetery Next To Mom

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) – The remains of a New York City soldier missing from the Korean War have been buried next to the mother who ached for his return. 510 more words


The Pallbearer on his way to Oz

Another day at this dead-end job
Longing for some spaghetti bolognese tonight
Perhaps he’ll say yes this time
Rather than make up an excuse
An anniversary, a birthday dinner, a work thing… 156 more words


We often hear quoted the prophetic statement: “By His stripes, we are healed.” Most of the time, the intended interpretation is with respect to physical healing – of disease, of wounds, of genetic defects. 391 more words


A simple matter of birth to death existence.

I don’t remember being born, but my earliest, clear memories reach back to temper tantrums, wound up to snap in me through mild yet mean teasing by classmates during primary schooling days, this would possibly be termed ‘bullying’ in these wiser, more socially sensitive, modern times. 687 more words


Palestinian minister buried amid tensions over cause of death

A Palestinian government minister who died after a confrontation with Israeli soldiers has been buried in Ramallah, amid a dispute over the cause of death. 791 more words


Death, Hot Coals, & Seeing God: The Story of Rizpah

How often have you heard (or whispered it yourself) “If I were God…”?  The idea behind the sentiment, of course, being that if one had the powers of the Almighty, they’d change the situation at hand. 1,767 more words