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Re: cats' whiskers

From: Ozma - The Emerald City, Oz


After reading Nick’s message - being so inspired -and reading through Alexandria a second time, I decided to do some online research and what I found was quite interesting. Although, I'm still unsure of where the story itself may lead, but I have a few ideas based on various Egyptian myths I found and whatnot.... The Book of Thoth... either it is in the tomb... or perhaps not... but Frolatti reminded me of Nefrekeptah (a story about Setna and The Book of Thoth. can be found at: http://touregypt.net/godsofegypt/thebookofthoth.htm ), his burning of the books (and as the monk tells Nef., so too did Sabine explain to Matthew - as I recall - concerning our human writings, and comparing ours to that of the Gods... or at least, what can be thought of and remembered - called upon when needed - not needed in 'book' form... hence explaining Frolatti's 'rational'). [reads last sentance in brackets over... "did that make sense?"] Frolatti may be leading them to Thoth's Book... or is trying to seek it himself. Then again, maybe not. [smiles] As for Isabella, with regards to the Baboon references - and her Lioness ability/qualities – I thought of both Sekhmet and Tefnut; more so, the second. Tefnut is directly related to the Baboon theme – and Thoth – once again... but, not having the mind capacity at the moment to actually think through any of this, I am left with still no idea... [stops rambling and wanders off to ponder once more]. Ah... and as to where Griffin/Sabine fit into this tale which - Originally - was their own... I have yet to deduce as well [hangs head] just thought I'd get the idea's rolling.... ^_^* Err… [looks back at second paragraph] perhaps Matthew is a representation of Setna (or of Nefrekeptah himself)... hmm...

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