Numinous

I came across this new word (well, new to me) twice today, in the space of an hour. Synchronicious in itself, but the word, numinous, actually means supernatural, or spiritual; surpassing comprehension or understanding; mysterious. The first instance was in our PageTurners discussion of the book, Ballad of the Sad Cafe, by Carson McCullers. The second, of greater interest, was pertaining to two stories of divine intervention of a genealogical nature. I, of course, love these kinds of stories. I’m providing the links to them here for your enjoyment as well.

The Pine Cone Story and, the Sequel, from: Keepapitchinin, the Mormon History Blog (don’t you love the name of the blog?!)
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About Gail

Genealogist, librarian, traveler, runner, grandma, Mormon, Missionary
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