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About Turn

This is my fourth and last post about Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters. Click here to read the first post in this series.

Having taken the classic view, stared at the sand under my feet, and raised my eyes slightly toward the sun out beyond the sea, I finally turned to look back up the beach behind me. 82 more words

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Orion & the Pleiades Speak Truth

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Last week’s article, The Hunter and Seven Sisters, surveyed two groups of stars which are mentioned several times in the Bible: Orion (the Hunter) and the Pleiades (the Seven Sisters). 879 more words

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Sushi Heads – The Local Sushi in Tottenham

A recent entry to the list of local restaurants in North London, Sushi Heads is perfectly located amongst the other local finds on Philip lane. At perfect distance from both Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters stations, Philip lane has revealed itself as a home for local potential, where new restaurants and cafes are making the most of the up and coming spirit of the neighbourhood, without breaking the sense of local community that’s so breathable around N15. 1,638 more words

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The Hunter and Seven Sisters

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One of the most amazing understatements of the Bible is tacked on at the end of Genesis 1:16:
He made the stars also. 965 more words

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A Photo Challenge: Supermoon

A friend challenged me to post a nature photo every day for seven days. Challenge accepted!  I would like to make it a 30 day challenge, we’ll see what happens. 115 more words

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The Seven Sisters

The Seven Sisters is the name given to an iconic, undulating line of chalk cliffs stretching for about two miles westwards from the Birling Gap to Cuckmere Haven on the South East coast of  England. 172 more words

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vortexual singing

One day (today), young old woman girl goddess is a singer.  She has always been a singer (all the todays).  Especially when she was with her six sisters up in her cozy little constellation in the sky.   109 more words