The Stone Institute

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Death of Hypatia

Death of Hypatia   Walk with Her, a Great Woman of the Mind. In an Ancient World where Women Were Considered no More than Common Dogs. Traded for Money, Sold for Food. Numbers are Timeless Entities. Some believed They were Owned by Savage Christian Men. She was a Delicate Woman. Hypatia of Alexandria Bore no Children, She was Married to Diophantus' Arithmetica. Pythagoras came Before Her, Paved the Way. Plato came Before Her, Paved the Way. ... Read More
Posted by Kevin Merigian at Tuesday, January 10, 2017
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Journey to the Impoverished

Journey to the Impoverished   Father Sun gives Way to Mother Moon more Quickly Now, Each Passing day Signals a time Closer to Renewal. Barren Trees Shiver in the Night’s Cold Winds. Candles warm Lonely Hearts as they Flicker in the Shadows. The Scent of Pine brings back Revised Memories of Holiday Gatherings. Truth brings Sadness to so Many. Where did the Holy Go in this Season of Giving? Those that Ring the Bell Possess a Sense of Emptiness. ... Read More
Posted by Kevin Merigian at Tuesday, January 3, 2017
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