Category Archives: The Gilgamesh Syndrome

In Aleppo

[one_half] In Aleppo Meira found herself scurrying between buildings, hiding in doorways, and keeping her head very low. There were more forces now – more armed men of various factions running and shooting indiscriminately. It was frightening. It was frightening … Continue reading

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The Old Ones Talking

[one_half] The Old Ones were restless. There had been a shift. Changes were coming. The Heiress was beginning to understand; they could help her now and there was hope that she could be a powerful leader. There was hope she … Continue reading

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Absurdities & Atrocities

[one_half] Meira began, “There was a time, twenty-four hundred years ago, when a light began to glimmer through the darkness of alpha-male dominance. There was hope in the discussions of the Greek philosophers when Socrates challenged the Oracle at Delphi, … Continue reading

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