By Jools Sinclair
It’s Christmastime and the nights are faraway from silent for Abby Craig.
She is haunted through a imaginative and prescient in contrast to something she has ever skilled ahead of. As a church bell jewelry out within the lonely evening, a tender girl is left loss of life in an alley, her blood staining the snow underneath her.
In her maximum problem ever, Abby quickly discovers that she’ll want a Christmas miracle to alter the murderous process events.
The streets of Bend are purple with blood this vacation season and Abby Craig is the one person who can cease it. Or can she?
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The Sumerian text leaves no doubt that the erstwhile invader orbited the Sun: He crossed the heavens and surveyed the regions, and Apsu's quarter he measured; The Lord the dimensions of the Apsu measured. Having circled the Sun (Apsu), Nibiru/Marduk continued into distant space. But now, caught forever in solar orbit, it had to tum back. On his return round, Ea/Neptune was there to greet him and Anshar I Saturn hailed his victory. " The Lord paused to view her lifeless body. To divide the monster he then artfully planned.
We have known, of course, that Earth was a watery planet, but it has been assumed that it is uniquely so. Many will undoubtedly recall science-fiction tales wherein aliens come to Earth to carry off its unique and life-giving liquid, water. So even if the ancient texts had in mind Tiamat's, and hence Earth's, waters, and if this was what was meant by the "water which is below the Firmament," what water was there to talk about regarding that which is "above the Firmament"? -that the asteroid belt had, indeed, as the ancient text reported, divided the planets into two groups.