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Letter to the editor
Editor, – Continuing references to the Sacred Eye of Horus in Australian Prescriber have been of interest to myself, and they have finally galvanised me into action.
I have had the symbol for the Sacred Eye of Horus on either side of the bow of my fishing boat for some 7 or 8 years now, in the pious expectation that Horus will hear my prayer, and will lead me to a good fishing spot.
On the stern of my boat is an inscription which says 'The Gospel according to St John, chapter XXI verse 6'.
For some reason, my wife cynically accuses me of 'having two bob each way'.