On the 24th April, I was informed of the passing of LION, a London, UK based researcher. He had passed on the 4th April.
I came in to the UK yesterday and was greeted by Royal Air Force doing boarder security, because of the huge evacuation of British citizens and supporting persons from Sudan, was really proud of my country and at the same time, sad for the citizens of Sudan.
Yesterday evening I arrived at my Sisters after a short archaeological mission to take some images at the British museum, principally of Assyrian Stella that I had often spoken to LION about.
On arrival, I found I had received an old book that I purchased on the 5th April, that I did not expect to receive so soon. Looking through it I was quite surprised about what I found.
Tomorrow I will move to near where the lockup is and I will be getting a 5m3 van on Tuesday 2nd to fix the challenge for LIONs wife. Another member of our great community has offered to help sort the materials in the storage and yet another has offerred to store it after a LONG drive to its resting place.
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Is it a coincidence that my last name is Lyon and my birthday is April 4th?
I never knew Lion, but I do understand the grief and pain of the times in which we are all now living and dying, so I am very sorry to hear that he has left us. Charles Muses, whose book I believe you received Bob, considered that certain periods, or epochs, in human history possessed particular resonant qualities. If he were with us today, I expect he would consider these to be extraordinary times.