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Thank you for expanding on the “Quelle” and “kel” factor. Very interesting for me. You see when I dreamt about “Quelle”, I had never heard of the word “Quelle”, and here I was on various train stations, and each station was named “Quelle”. Could not get that name out of my head for days.
“The Q source (also called Q document, Q Gospel, or Q from German: Quelle, meaning “source”) is a hypothetical written collection of primarily Jesus’ sayings (logia). ” So, I am going to look for the Q Gospel, and read Jesus’ sayings. Maybe I’ll find some meaning there. About Middle Low German kel (a field name denoting swampy land), or from kelle ‘steep path’, ‘ravine’ (see Kelle). Well, it was not a swampy path, nor a steep one, nor a ravine — each and every station was all white sand with a white Railway Name Board.
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