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Agriculture is key here. Tithe is tenth which has been custom for a very long time. (wiki isn't working for that) The percent taken by state or given to god/church does cause it to become a shared experience between what is taken and given of whatever the exchange is. What holds these things together? A tenth, lol
Could think about energy exchange and telluric etc, =P
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10:10 :)
what you take or recieve put something back, a 10th in charity/kindness - sow some seeds back into your earth and mother earth who gives in abundance.


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Heya Fancy. hi

Have you seen all of this fourth pyramid stuff?

Thread: Ancient book contains detailed drawings of a fourth pyramid in Giza


On page 120 of his book Voyage d’Egypte et de Nubie (Travels in Egypt and Nubia) Norden describes the mysterious Pyramid:

“The principal pyramids are at the east, south-east of Gize …..There are four of them; that deserve the greatest attention of the curious,; for tho we see seven or eight others in the neighborhood, they are nothing in comparison to the former. ……. ……..The two most northerly pyramids are the greatest and have five hundred feet perpendicular height. The two others are much less, but have some particularities, which occasion their being examined and admired.”

It is s without coating, closed and resembles the others, but without any temple like the first. It has however, one particular deserving remark; which is, that its summit is terminated by a single great stone, which seems to have served as a pedestal…the fourth pyramid has been made, upwards above the middle, of a stone more black than the common granite, and at least as hard. Its summit is of a yellowish stone. I shall speak elsewhere of its top, which terminates in a cube. It is, moreover, situated out of the line of the others, being more to the west…it makes a series with the three others.”

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It's interesting that Herodotus mentioned a pyramid (supposedly the Third) of Menkaure but he describes it as, Ethiopian/Black stone up to the half way point and square,

"This king also left behind him a pyramid, much smaller than that of his father, of a square shape and measuring on each side three hundred feet lacking twenty, built moreover of Ethiopian stone up to half the height. This pyramid some of the Hellenes say was built by the courtesan Rhodopis, not therein speaking rightly: and besides this it is evident to me that they who speak thus do not even know who Rhodopis was, for otherwise they would not have attributed to her the building of a pyramid like this, on which have been spent (so to speak) innumerable thousands of talents: moreover they do not know that Rhodopis flourished in the reign of Amasis, and not in this king's reign; for Rhodopis lived very many years later than the kings who left behind them these pyramids."





Was he talking bout the third or the fourth?

Interesting that there is some controversy having to do with a female for whom the third was built for... seems some of the best mysteries are linked to Women.



"Egyptian variations on a theme: a courtesan, a princess, a queen"

"We are still left, however, with a big problem here: how do we reconcile (1) the Egyptian story, as reported by Manetho, about the building of the third pyramid as a tomb for Nitokris the queen and (2) the Egyptian story, as reported by Hecataeus by way of Diodorus, about the building of this same pyramid as a tomb for the courtesan Rhodopis? In the case of Rhodopis, the actual builders are the nomarchs of Egypt, who are the lovers of the courtesan: so, the courtesan herself is not the builder. In the case of Nitokris, by contrast, she herself undertakes the project of building the pyramid."

But what was the Egyptian name of this Rhodopis? Here I focus on ancient reports about a queen named Nitokris who ruled toward the end of the 6th Dynasty, in the late third millennium BCE. The dating and the naming originate from the Egyptian historian Manetho, who lived in the third century BCE. In a surviving paraphrase from the work of Manetho, who composed in Greek, we read these further details about Nitokris the queen:

Nitokris was the most noble and beautiful of all the women of her generation. She was fair [xantha] in complexion [khroia]. It was she who erected the third pyramid. She ruled for twelve years.

Manetho FGrH 609 F 2 (p. 26) lines 18–21[31]

I translate xantha for the moment here as ‘fair’, as in the English expression ‘fair-skinned’, but we are about see that the translation ‘blonde’ is likewise valid. According to the relevant paraphrase of Manetho by Eusebius in this context, the description of Nitōkris in the surviving Armenian translation of Eusebius’s original Greek wording is rendered in Latin as flava rubris genis ‘blonde with blushing cheeks’. These descriptions of Nitokris correspond closely to the meaning of the Greek name Rhodopis, ‘the one with the rosy face’—or ‘the lady with the rosy face’.

[link to classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu]


Sounds like the same woman.
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Happy Osiris memories i guess.
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Lol, the green man. Funny he had hole and the blue woman(lakota folklore) of the big dipper did too.
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The Abrahamic belief system is the largest scale on earth, so using that, lol

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The temptation of Christ is detailed in the Gospels of Matthew,[1] Mark,[2] and Luke.[3] According to these texts, after being baptized by John the Baptist, Jesus fasted for forty days and nights in the Judaean Desert. During this time, Satan appeared to Jesus and tried to tempt him. Jesus having refused each temptation, the devil then departed and Jesus returned to Galilee.

The Gospels speak of a time of solitude for Jesus in the desert immediately after his baptism by John. Driven by the Spirit into the desert, Jesus remains there for forty days without eating; he lives among wild beasts, and angels minister to him. At the end of this time Satan tempts him three times, seeking to compromise his filial attitude toward God. Jesus rebuffs these attacks, which recapitulate the temptations of Adam in Paradise and of Israel in the desert, and the devil leaves him "until an opportune time".[16] The temptation in the desert shows Jesus, the humble Messiah, who triumphs over Satan by his total adherence to the plan of salvation willed by the Father


So, the changing of the environment gives Jesus a more primal state as he is not under social boundaries. Just like domesticated pack of dogs going away from humans turn more to their primal nature and more feral. The utilization of the telluric current in the way of refusing telluric caused Jesus to become the lamb or pure/virgin sense. So you could say that sacrifice goes with prayer because at the end of the prayer topic many say 'in jesus' name' for the placeholder of give and take exchange. What does that make anyone and everyone who utilizes that in reference to the sacrifice? The definition of time would be appropriate there, lol
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Jesus outer journey is symbolic of the path of mans inner journey. When Jesus changed environment from being in the river to the desert, its him coming out of his heart and divine flow and being in the desert or wilderness, a place outside the heart, thirsty, him not listening to spirit but his mind/satan and all the thoughts that come. He stayed there and fasted is as much to do with not accepting and not feeding the thoughts that come forward that keep us in limitation. When the thoughts ceased he returned to the garden, to his heart, home to Galilee.
When Adam was naked in the garden with no outer garments, he was fully in his Heart, he was fully who he was.

theres nothing wrong with being earthy, lol, I am in heaven as i am on earth.

the winged disk - is a fully opened heart, not just to the level of Love but to the Level of Light,
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Nice song

The birth of thoughts

Thread: The Loop

It is the inverted loop of sacrifice basically.

The other one is:

Foundation stone is first phase= fetus joining of sperm and egg
Spiritual is keystone second phase=joining of holy spirit and holy soul
Marriage is capstone third phase= joining of man and woman
And creating a baby together is completion of the circle
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death one way

life the other way

The two paths
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I wrote this last year 5/23/14 and is connected:


The 3, 6, 9 was utilized by Jesus for his ascension.

9 months was the pregnancy in the kiva womb=birth
6 weeks was the desert/temptation 40days and 40 mights=? not sure but changed him I'm guessing and had to be in a kiva
3 days in the cave/kiva for resurrection in order to leave off world=ascension

The whole thing looks like a process.

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Exegensis on the Soul

states these as the steps or stones of soul as well:

The fall-
The restoration-
The marriage-
The rebirth-

Which is fractal part of this

the body (soma)
the soul (psyche)
the mind (nous)
the spirit (pneuma)

nous meaning intelligence or mind
psyche meaning emotions
soma meaning sensations
pneuma meaning breath or holy spirit
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Which the last part derives from the Gospel of Mary on kundalini and garment topic going with the story of Ishtar.
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That is why the winged disc is both life and death ankh style=P
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Modern man says don't blame them, lol

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Agriculture is key here. Tithe is tenth which has been custom for a very long time. (wiki isn't working for that) The percent taken by state or given to god/church does cause it to become a shared experience between what is taken and given of whatever the exchange is. What holds these things together? A tenth, lol
Could think about energy exchange and telluric etc, =P
 Quoting: Fancypantz

10:10 :)
what you take or recieve put something back, a 10th in charity/kindness - sow some seeds back into your earth and mother earth who gives in abundance.

 Quoting: Ben Yosef


I was in the Abrahamic in that to where it seems Cain was a momma's boy, lol.

Yeah, getting to the sowing seeds back into earth depends on what seeds and where(habitat). Could start with telepathy topic first because thought precedes action. And emotion is what precedes them both. What is emotion and feeling but electromagnetic radiation.

What happens when people don't radiate like they could? I guess that is when the passion of christ comes into fruition.

hmmm
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Heya Fancy. hi

Have you seen all of this fourth pyramid stuff?

Thread: Ancient book contains detailed drawings of a fourth pyramid in Giza


On page 120 of his book Voyage d’Egypte et de Nubie (Travels in Egypt and Nubia) Norden describes the mysterious Pyramid:

“The principal pyramids are at the east, south-east of Gize …..There are four of them; that deserve the greatest attention of the curious,; for tho we see seven or eight others in the neighborhood, they are nothing in comparison to the former. ……. ……..The two most northerly pyramids are the greatest and have five hundred feet perpendicular height. The two others are much less, but have some particularities, which occasion their being examined and admired.”

It is s without coating, closed and resembles the others, but without any temple like the &#64257;rst. It has however, one particular deserving remark; which is, that its summit is terminated by a single great stone, which seems to have served as a pedestal…the fourth pyramid has been made, upwards above the middle, of a stone more black than the common granite, and at least as hard. Its summit is of a yellowish stone. I shall speak elsewhere of its top, which terminates in a cube. It is, moreover, situated out of the line of the others, being more to the west…it makes a series with the three others.”

[link to gizadeathstar.com (secure)]


It's interesting that Herodotus mentioned a pyramid (supposedly the Third) of Menkaure but he describes it as, Ethiopian/Black stone up to the half way point and square,

"This king also left behind him a pyramid, much smaller than that of his father, of a square shape and measuring on each side three hundred feet lacking twenty, built moreover of Ethiopian stone up to half the height. This pyramid some of the Hellenes say was built by the courtesan Rhodopis, not therein speaking rightly: and besides this it is evident to me that they who speak thus do not even know who Rhodopis was, for otherwise they would not have attributed to her the building of a pyramid like this, on which have been spent (so to speak) innumerable thousands of talents: moreover they do not know that Rhodopis flourished in the reign of Amasis, and not in this king's reign; for Rhodopis lived very many years later than the kings who left behind them these pyramids."





Was he talking bout the third or the fourth?

Interesting that there is some controversy having to do with a female for whom the third was built for... seems some of the best mysteries are linked to Women.



"Egyptian variations on a theme: a courtesan, a princess, a queen"

"We are still left, however, with a big problem here: how do we reconcile (1) the Egyptian story, as reported by Manetho, about the building of the third pyramid as a tomb for Nitokris the queen and (2) the Egyptian story, as reported by Hecataeus by way of Diodorus, about the building of this same pyramid as a tomb for the courtesan Rhodopis? In the case of Rhodopis, the actual builders are the nomarchs of Egypt, who are the lovers of the courtesan: so, the courtesan herself is not the builder. In the case of Nitokris, by contrast, she herself undertakes the project of building the pyramid."

But what was the Egyptian name of this Rhodopis? Here I focus on ancient reports about a queen named Nitokris who ruled toward the end of the 6th Dynasty, in the late third millennium BCE. The dating and the naming originate from the Egyptian historian Manetho, who lived in the third century BCE. In a surviving paraphrase from the work of Manetho, who composed in Greek, we read these further details about Nitokris the queen:

Nitokris was the most noble and beautiful of all the women of her generation. She was fair [xantha] in complexion [khroia]. It was she who erected the third pyramid. She ruled for twelve years.

Manetho FGrH 609 F 2 (p. 26) lines 18–21[31]

I translate xantha for the moment here as ‘fair’, as in the English expression ‘fair-skinned’, but we are about see that the translation ‘blonde’ is likewise valid. According to the relevant paraphrase of Manetho by Eusebius in this context, the description of Nit&#333;kris in the surviving Armenian translation of Eusebius’s original Greek wording is rendered in Latin as flava rubris genis ‘blonde with blushing cheeks’. These descriptions of Nitokris correspond closely to the meaning of the Greek name Rhodopis, ‘the one with the rosy face’—or ‘the lady with the rosy face’.

[link to classical-inquiries.chs.harvard.edu]


Sounds like the same woman.
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Hihi

I haven't, thanks. I did see this which is really good video



I recall the pyramidion that some were made of black granite.

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I've heard the pharaohs were women(Stephen Mehler).
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cool2
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Happy Osiris memories i guess.
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Lol, the green man. Funny he had hole and the blue woman(lakota folklore) of the big dipper did too.
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This goes with tenth. The tithe

Agriculture is key here. Tithe is tenth which has been custom for a very long time. (wiki isn't working for that) The percent taken by state or given to god/church does cause it to become a shared experience between what is taken and given of whatever the exchange is. What holds these things together? A tenth, lol
Could think about energy exchange and telluric etc, =P
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The whole/hole is the overlap

It is said that "virtually every galaxy in the universe, including the Milky Way, has a super massive black hole at its center, much like the nucleus of an atom".-wtfscience
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Rofl, big dipper came up just now
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lol
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The 4 stars of the big dipper is called the man carrier. Now, there is a story on how the bear saved the two-leggeds because they were deemed by all life as not living properly and what caused maka to be distressed. The owl told the four-legged and winged ones that the bear was also a two-legged and did nothing wrong. The bears lodge is also called the devils tower. Something to think about, lol
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That song is so right on, lol

"We get a bag so big it has a hole in it, illegal paths"
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Aries is in the triangulum, lol
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In the Babylonian star catalogues, Triangulum, together with Gamma Andromedae, formed the constellation known as MULAPIN "The Plough". It is notable as the first constellation presented on (and giving its name to) a pair of tablets containing canonical star lists that were compiled around 1000 BC, the MUL.APIN. The Plough was the first constellation of the "Way of Enlil"—that is, the northernmost quarter of the Sun's path, which corresponds to the 45 days on either side of summer solstice. Its first appearance in the pre-dawn sky (heliacal rising) in February marked the time to begin spring ploughing in Mesopotamia.[

The Ancient Greeks called Triangulum Deltoton , as the constellation resembled an upper-case Greek letter delta (&#916;). It was transliterated by Roman writers, then later Latinised as Deltotum.[3] Eratosthenes linked it with the Nile Delta, while the Roman writer Hyginus associated it with the triangular island of Sicily, formerly known as Trinacria due to its shape.[


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Agriculture is key here. Tithe is tenth which has been custom for a very long time. (wiki isn't working for that) The percent taken by state or given to god/church does cause it to become a shared experience between what is taken and given of whatever the exchange is. What holds these things together? A tenth, lol
Could think about energy exchange and telluric etc, =P
 Quoting: Fancypantz

10:10 :)
what you take or recieve put something back, a 10th in charity/kindness - sow some seeds back into your earth and mother earth who gives in abundance.

 Quoting: Ben Yosef


I was in the Abrahamic in that to where it seems Cain was a momma's boy, lol.

Yeah, getting to the sowing seeds back into earth depends on what seeds and where(habitat). Could start with telepathy topic first because thought precedes action. And emotion is what precedes them both. What is emotion and feeling but electromagnetic radiation.

What happens when people don't radiate like they could? I guess that is when the passion of christ comes into fruition.

hmmm
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Bumping plough man, lol
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More on Cain topic

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Want to understand infinity? Start with puff pastry.



There’s an old conundrum about rice on a chessboard. The story is that a man asks for one grain of rice on the first square of a chessboard, double that on the second square, double that on the third square, and so on for every square until the chessboard is full. The question is: How much rice will he end up getting? The short answer is: rather a lot. But exactly how much?

Puff pastry relies on the same principle, that repeated multiplication makes things grow extremely fast. Puff pastry has an apparently miraculous number of tiny layers in it, and they are created by folding the dough in three just six times. The dough has a thick layer of butter sandwiched in it to start, at just the right consistency so that when you roll it, the butter flattens neatly inside its sandwich. Then you fold it in three, making six layers, and chill it so that the layers stay firm and don’t start melding into each other. Then you roll it out, fold it in three and chill it again. You do this six times. Repeatedly multiplying by three makes the number of layers grow very fast, and then when you bake the pastry, the thin layers of butter melt, the liquid part of the butter evaporates and creates steam, and this pushes the layers apart so you can watch the pastry physically grow in the oven, not just the numbers abstractly growing.

This is my favorite demonstration of exponential growth. Informally, people say things are growing exponentially just to mean they’re growing a lot, which is sort of true, but the formal mathematical meaning is that it’s growing at the same proportional rate all the time. If I folded the puff pastry in three the first time, and then four, and then five, and then six, the number of layers would grow even faster, but it wouldn’t be exponential as the rate of multiplication is changing.
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'Doomsday' Library Joins Seed Vault in Arctic Norway

The so-called doomsday seed vault located underground on a remote island in the Arctic Ocean has gained a neighbor, and the new vault, opened March 27, will act as a digital archive for the world's data.
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So what's your deal? You write listicles, and you do magic in your spare time? No.
This is my magic.
What are you talking about? Your clickbait site? Yeah, right.
- What the f-k is she saying? - Shh.
See for yourself.
"18 Pandas With Things That Look Like Pandas"? Half of those don't even look like pandas.
That's how to conjure dark matter! What did you do to the pandas? It's an encoded spell.
All these articles are.

So I don't get it.
Why do all this? You're not wrong.
[laughs] Well, I was looking for the kind of knowledge the Library doesn't have.

Just so you know. There is no knowledge The Library doesn't have.


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I wonder what they do about spores, lol
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Sweat it out, lol
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I wonder what they do about spores, lol
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They save them sporadically.
chuckle
"Green thunder strikes like lightning"
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I wonder what they do about spores, lol
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They save them sporadically.
chuckle
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Lol, nice
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"When a roulette wheel is spinning rapidly, the ball can move freely between all possible positions. However, when the wheel slows down the ball will settle into one of the thirty-seven different positions."

"The ball behaves really in only one way which is rolling around and around. In other words, at low energies there are thirty-seven different states in which the ball can exist. And if we could only observe the ball at low energies, we would then think that there were thirty-seven different types of ball.
"-brief history of time

Now think about that with zoetrope =P
It has little windows and illustrations on the inside of the wheel that when spun make continuous movement into animation. Some really old ones used to have a flame on the inside of them.
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lol
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"When a roulette wheel is spinning rapidly, the ball can move freely between all possible positions. However, when the wheel slows down the ball will settle into one of the thirty-seven different positions."

"The ball behaves really in only one way which is rolling around and around. In other words, at low energies there are thirty-seven different states in which the ball can exist. And if we could only observe the ball at low energies, we would then think that there were thirty-seven different types of ball.
"-brief history of time

Now think about that with zoetrope =P
It has little windows and illustrations on the inside of the wheel that when spun make continuous movement into animation. Some really old ones used to have a flame on the inside of them.
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Others even older had a star on the inside of them aka a sun.
I guess that in time the 37 positions changed to 12 :-) and they called it a horoscope instead of a kaleidoscope and then re-invented the zoetrope.

Depends where the ball rolled :-D
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"When a roulette wheel is spinning rapidly, the ball can move freely between all possible positions. However, when the wheel slows down the ball will settle into one of the thirty-seven different positions."

"The ball behaves really in only one way which is rolling around and around. In other words, at low energies there are thirty-seven different states in which the ball can exist. And if we could only observe the ball at low energies, we would then think that there were thirty-seven different types of ball.
"-brief history of time

Now think about that with zoetrope =P
It has little windows and illustrations on the inside of the wheel that when spun make continuous movement into animation. Some really old ones used to have a flame on the inside of them.
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Others even older had a star on the inside of them aka a sun.
I guess that in time the 37 positions changed to 12 :-) and they called it a horoscope instead of a kaleidoscope and then re-invented the zoetrope.

Depends where the ball rolled :-D
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Lol, yes. The creation topic, lol. Many interpret it as a single like tiamat, osiris, etc, originally as one and then in pieces and back into one. Getting there though=P
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What's it mean? From the earth, we will grow.
From the ashes, we will rise.
What did you just say? Sorry.
I didn't think you would mind if I Niyah, "from the ashes we will rise.
" Where does that come from? Come from? You'd have to ask a Fleimkepa.
All I know is it's what we say to ready our dead for the fire.
Jaha: It's not a coincidence, Marcus.
I need to speak with the Flamekeeper.
You already found the Second Dawn bunker.
It was The wrong bunker.
Cadogan said only those who reached level 12 would be saved.
This is level 11.
What I found was a decoy built to keep the level 12 bunker from being overrun.
How could you possibly know that? Because that's what I would do.
And you think Indra's daughter knows where the real bunker is? I think there's a reason "from the ashes we will rise" became a grounder prayer just like I think there was a reason that a corporate logo became their sacred symbol.
The infinity sign.
Yes.
I can reach out to Indra.
She might know where Gaia is.


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