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The Ancient Child - Study Guide Book 1, Chapter 14, It Has the Form of a Wheel of Burning-glass Summary & Analysis

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Set remembers when he was thirteen years old, had the nickname Loki, and was looking at an old astronomy text that included the constellations of the zodiac. Bent Augustus Sandridge owns the book and has told Set that his signs are Taurus and Scorpio. Set imagines that he is back in the orphanage named the Peter and Paul Home before his adoption, answering questions from Sister Stella Francesca. One of the answers is that our galaxy has the form of a wheel of burning-glass. The notion of infinity brings tears to Loki's eyes at the time but leaves him. What sticks with him is a description of the constellation Ursa Major, the Great Bear, also called the Big Dipper.

Set remembers a dream he had about his...

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