Category Archives: The Gilgamesh Syndrome

Reading Ancients’ Language

[one_half] There had been no difficulty with Catherine, or Amia’s, memories beyond that of making the connections but reading their language was an entirely different experience. She recognised the characters, and she understood the words they formed, but not the … Continue reading

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Memories in the City

[one_half]Meira returned to the city and went immediately to the central chamber where she sat on the floor squarely in the middle of its towering grandeur. Anima came so quickly Meira found herself exploring her memory almost as if it … Continue reading

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Meira in Captivity – Drifting with Anima and Catherine

Meira mentally detached herself from the world about her as she was bundled, dragged, and occasionally struck by her captors. She was traveling Aleppo’s bomb-blasted roads and alleyways under a cacophony of threats and curses that could do little to … Continue reading

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