Tag: Ancient Egypt

River of the Sun, chapter 2 – An Agony of Sunset

Chapter Two – An Agony of Sunset (introduction follows the text) Seven Years Later Far below, Rameses was angry; so angry that Lord Menascare could hear the merciless tones in the young voice that would soon be the controlling instrument of the Egyptian 19th Dynasty. The whole of Egypt would tremble when that voice was raised – but they would love him, too. The … Read More River of the Sun, chapter 2 – An Agony of Sunset

River of the Sun – serialisation of the novel

In April 2015 a group of people gathered in the Derbyshire hills to enact the Silent Eye’s annual Mystery Play, entitled, The River of the Sun. The five-act mystical drama formed the backbone of that Spring weekend, and told the fictional story of a clash of ego and divinity set in an Isis-worshipping temple located on an island in the Nile, during the the … Read More River of the Sun – serialisation of the novel

Gyre, Gimble and Ancient Egypt

`Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe. She gyred and gimbled down the steep slope of the hillside; full of music, laughter and the generally infectious good will that is the core of Ali – she of the golden heart, and one of the heroines of the River … Read More Gyre, Gimble and Ancient Egypt

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