Table of Contents | 7 June 2004
. . . the Babylonians first identified the Sun as one of the planets, but it was the Greeks who first tried to come up with theories of how the Sun moved. . . .
But tend to the fire on your mountain / Before the world falls asleep. . . .
Our home was very much like we had been once: three-in-one. If you walked out of the north door, you were in Iona, Scotland. If you walked out of the south door, you were in Kildare, Ireland. And if you walked out of the east door, you were on the Isle of Women.
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