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Pilgrim’s Business

Bunhill Fields, where Bayes, Blake, and Bunyan are laid to rest and whose works still echo throughout the City. In late 2019, many hundred-thousand folk admired William Blake’s Ancient of Days projected on St Paul’s Cathedral dome. Every year, millions breathe life into his verse, Jerusalem. John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress is an allegory and first novel written in English.…

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Titans in Africa

Friday May 5th 2017, Luke was in Marbella while I travelled to meet John in Styal – Slav candle, Wye honey, and Congolese Dioptase in hand. The Almighty presented us with six hours in which I proposed how his son could be restored and claim all that’s rightfully his. 575 days hence, and few anticipated the waves made by the…

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General Election

“…Hush, don’t speak. When you spit your venom, keep it shut I hate it. When you hiss, and preach, about your new messiah ’cause your theories catch fire. I can’t find your silver lining. I don’t mean to judge. But when you read your speech, it’s tiring. Enough is enough… The United Kingdom continues to accumulate feelings of frustration. In the face of trends set out…

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Egyptian Equinox

Moonlit mists drifted westward before we ducked beneath them to look over Cairo, the fabled ‘encampment of Mars.’ The place buzzed with jarring sensation akin to phasing electricity trying to make a stable connection over-and-over again. We made our transfer to the hotel in the back of cab from where we peered sidewards. The spontaneity of every moment was eye-opening. There…

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Lost Civilisation

“If you do not expect it, you will not find the unexpected, for it is hard to find and difficult.” – Heraclitus This journey began last year when I attended a lecture given by Semir Osmanagich at the Megalithomania conference in Glastonbury. The information presented was authoritative. His findings spoke to me as much as any lecture exploring antiquity. Trusting…

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