The Source; a Novel - Psalm of the Hoopoe Bird, pp. 243-329 Summary & Analysis

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Psalm of the Hoopoe Bird, pp. 243-329 Summary

It is now 996 B.C.E., four hundred eighty years after the time of Uriel and a new defense wall is built around Makor by an engineer named Hoopoe, who is named after an Israeli bird. Hoopoe and others are nominal Hebrews who still worship Baal. Makor is now important to King David and the defense of Jerusalem. Even though King David promotes international religion, it is not the practice in Makor.

Hoopoe wants to build a new water system but the governor of Makor is opposed to the idea. He discusses his plan with Meshab the Moabite and they go to study the waterfall and they plan the design of the water system. Their dicusssion turns to religion and the new god Yahweh. He explains how Kerith wants to return...

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