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Master Of The Cauldron

Author : David Drake
ISBN : 1429911719
Genre : Fiction
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Garric or-Reise was born the son of an innkeeper in Barca's Hamlet on the Isle of Haft, but through valor and determination became first a prince and then the Regent and successor to the feeble Valence III, King of the Isles. But the Kingdom is weak, its rule barely extending past the island of Ornifal. The Isles need a strong king to bring unity, because danger is coming. Magic is stronger now than at any time since the fall of the Old Kingdom in a cataclysm of uncontrolled magic. Evil is growing in the spaces beyond the world, waiting to complete the destruction begun a millennium before. Only if the Isles are united into a strong New Kingdom can humanity survive. Garric has sworn to become a true Lord of the Isles. Standing with him are his sister, Sharina; his friend and Sharina's lover, the shepherd Cashel; and Cashel's sister, the weaver-witch Ilsa. They have been to Hell and back together in their quest. The four friends and the armies of the Kingdom have undertaken a Royal Progress to renew the bonds of fealty among the Isles. Now they come to Sandrakkan, which fought a long and bloody war with Haft less than a generation ago. On Sandrakkan, Wilduf's Countess, Balila, schemes with her court wizard to destroy the boy king from the hated isle of Haft. Strange evils lurk on demon-haunted Volita, and she will wake them all if necessary to make her husband the new King of the Isles. Rich with action, guile, and heroism in the face of dangers both physical and moral, Master of the Cauldron stands alone or as part of a ground-breaking fantasy epic from David Drake. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Category: Fiction

The Cauldron Of Memory

Author : Raven Grimassi
ISBN : 9780738715759
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Many of us long to walk in the footsteps of our ancestors and take part in the sacred traditions of past generations. As a vitally important lineage bearer of your ancestors, you have the ability to tap into a wealth of hereditary knowledge for spiritual health, personal transformation, and enlightenment. The Cauldron of Memory is a groundbreaking book that teaches you how to retrieve ancestral memory, based on the emerging science of morphogenesis and the theory that ancestral memory is stored within our DNA as energy. Raven Grimassi guides you through an effective and powerful system of creative visualization, magical techniques, meditations, and pathworkings for each of your three inner levels: regeneration, abundance, and enlightenment. Reconstruct pagan rituals and works of magic, relive sacred rites, communicate with otherworldly beings, contact your spirit guides, and unearth long-buried mysteries. Reconstructionists, eclectics, and traditionalists alike will discover empowering techniques for calling forth a treasury of ancestral wisdom. Discover the living ancestral memory at the core of your own spiritual center and reclaim the hidden vessel of your ancestral lineage--the Cauldron of Memory.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Cauldron Of Ariantas

Author : Pia Guldager Bilde
ISBN : 9788779349230
Genre : Social Science
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In this book, 23 scholars from Ukraine, France, Great Britain, Russia, and Denmark celebrate the 70th birthday of the archaeologist, A.N. Sceglov. Sceglov is one of the pioneers in the investigation and history of ancient Crimea, as well as a widely recognized authority in the studies of northern Black Sea antiquities. The Tarchankut expedition established by Sceglov in 1959 explored a number of sites of the remote chora of Tauric Chersonesos. Panskoe I ranks among the most prominent of them, and Sceglov has devoted more than 30 years of his life to this unique and exceptionally well-preserved Greek settlement. The contributions to this publication shed new light on a vast range of Black Sea issues: from the earliest settlements and their functions to the formation of a Russian science of classical antiquities. In focus are the important Greek cities Histira, Olbia, Chersonesos, and Herakleia Pontike, the cities' material culture and their relationship to their own rural territory and to their non-Greek neighbors. Until now most research in this area has been conducted solely by Russians and published in Russian, but now the rest of the world is able to get a glimpse of the Black Sea area during antiquity. Pia Guldager Bilde is the director of the Danish National Research Foundation's Centre for Black Sea Studies, in Aarhus. Jakob Munk Hte and Vladimir F. Stolba are both researchers at the same center.
Category: Social Science

The Flame In The Cauldron

Author : Orion Foxwood
ISBN : 9781609258160
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Few words entice and incite like the word witchery. Thousands of self-identified witches, pagans, and magical practitioners embrace the word, but seldom go beyond the practice of the well-accepted and learned forms of "traditional" witchcraft to explore the path of old-witchery. Orion Foxwood invites readers to walk on the path of old-style witchery, a nature-based practice that is as old as the swamps and as wild as the woods. For the first time, Foxwood reveals some of his own deeply personal rituals and spells directly from his own grimoire of witchery; he highlights the differences (and similarities) between Wicca, "traditional" witchcraft, and old style witchery. By weaving his own path to witchery throughout the book, he gives readers examples of how to identify the way toward this path. There is a revolution among the Pagan and Witchcraft communities, a movement away from prescribed ritual and neopagan practices and a reaching back toward what Foxwood says is in the heart of any true witch: a thundering call deep within their very blood to become a healer, a reckoner, a protector of magical arts, and a guardian of the wild woods.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Hagwitch And The Cauldron Of Colour

Author : Joanne Hutchinson
ISBN : 1916334229
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'Over the mountains, past the old oak tree was a cold da and dark cave that was black as could be. And here lived kind Hagwitch, her vampire bat, and her eight-legged spider that hung from her hat.' With these magical words children's author, Joanne Hutchinson, sets the scene for her brand new picture book 'Hagwitch, ' which arrives hot on the heels of her previous best-seller, 'Og'. However, there's a great twist in the tale as this witch is a good one and uses all her ingenious powers to come to the rescue of a town that's lost all of its colour. This story will keep children spellbound with its beautifully crafted text and captivating illustrations...
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Broth From The Cauldron

Author : Cerridwen Fallingstar
ISBN : 1631526995
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Ever stand at the crossroads wishing a faery godmother would come along and show you the path? Cerridwen Fallingstar, Wiccan Priestess, teacher, and author leads the way with a book of quirky and poignant stories from her adventures as a modern-day wise woman--inspiring readers to embrace their own journey, wherever it may lead.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Cauldron

Author : Zeno (pseud.)
ISBN : UCAL:B3475528
Genre : Arnhem, Battle of, Arnhem, Netherlands, 1944
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Category: Arnhem, Battle of, Arnhem, Netherlands, 1944

The Deer And The Cauldron

Author : Yong Jin
ISBN : UVA:X004632920
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This is the third and final volume of the picaresque historical romance by one of China's most popular authors. It tells the story of Trinket, an irreverent and comic anti-hero, and his adventures through China and Chinese history, spanning more than twenty years at the beginning of the Qing dynasty.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Cauldron

Author : Amir Taheri
ISBN : UOM:39015014600855
Genre : Middle East
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Category: Middle East

The Cauldron Of Change

Author : De-Anna Alba
ISBN : 1878980084
Genre : Goddess religion
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Category: Goddess religion

Into The Cauldron

Author : John Sutton
ISBN : 1794148051
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After Ian Smith declared UDI, Rhodesia was plunged into a bush war against communist inspired guerrillas whose cruelty was beyond belief. It was an unequal war where the guerrillas were supported by the Western powers who inflicted crippling sanctions on the white regime and provided the guerrillas with the hardware that resulted in deaths of thousands of black and white Rhodesia's . The outcome was devastating and Mugabe's dictatorship crippled the nation, creating famine and bankruptcy. This is the story of the immense courage displayed by both black and white Rhodesian soldiers in defence of democracy and a happy and contended nation
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Through Mary S Eyes

Author : Claire A. Patterson M. Ed.
ISBN : 9781449721725
Genre : Fiction
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Through Mary’s Eyes is an engaging story about the final days of the Blessed Virgin’s life on earth. During those days she tells others about her son, Jesus. She answers questions such as: How did John the Baptist survive the slaughter of the innocent babes? Why did an obedient twelve-year old son leave his parents for three days? How did Luke, who was not a Jew or an apostle, know so much about Jesus? Why was Jesus reluctant to perform his first miracle at the wedding feast in Cana? What did Mary experience when Jesus was being scourged? What did Mary do after Jesus ascended into heaven?”
Category: Fiction

Rumors From The Cauldron

Author : Valerie Miner
ISBN : UOM:39015024983010
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A retrospective of the women's movement of the '60s and '70s by a noted feminist novelist and journalist.
Category: Literary Criticism

Making Of A Man

Author : John C. Woodcock
ISBN : 9781475950441
Genre : Poetry
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"In 1982 I was travelling in a suburban train between Boston and New York. I suddenly felt a stirring at the base of my spine and a trickle quickly turned into a rush of energy moving upward. Another will seemed to be working within me and I felt a mandate to shift my posture. Feeling awkward and embarrassed I assumed a lotus posture in the public carriage and waited for the next event. A flood of blissful fluid rushed up my spine emerging out of my heart. My journey with Kundalini had begun which would dominate and shape my life for the next twenty years." Making of a Man is a personal disclosure. Dr. Woodcock tells for the first time those intensely intimate experiences with Kundalini (the divine mother) that both deconstructed his personality and transformed it. The content of the book may look like poetry but in fact is the residue of a poesis, a making. These word forms are virtually unedited since the time he wrote them down during a long period of ecstatic vision. This book is thus the record of an intense sustained spiritual process during which Dr. Woodcock reached a region of reality where he experienced the love, power and wisdom of the creative word. What was spoken thus became so! A man was transformed and an aspect of spirit incarnated.
Category: Poetry

Captain In The Cauldron

Author : John Smit
ISBN : STANFORD:36105133319017
Genre : Rugby football
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"John Smit is the world's most capped Test captain and an icon of South African rugby. Under his leadership the Springboks have won a World Cup, two Tri-Nations titles and a Test series against the British & Irish Lions."--Back cover.
Category: Rugby football

Creating Cultural Motifs Against Terrorism

Author : Don J. Feeney
ISBN : 0275979202
Genre : Psychology
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Explains how the war on terrorism can be fought behind the lines with healthy exchanges to understand and empower the themes and principles, or motifs of world cultures.
Category: Psychology

Create An Ebook Table Of Contents

Author : Dion D. Shaw
ISBN : 9781311046512
Genre : Computers
File Size : 51.72 MB
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Are you getting errors when you try to self-publish your eBooks? You may be missing a table of contents - a table of contents improves reader navigation and makes eBook sellers (SmashWords, Apple, Kindle, Kobo, Diesel) happier. This eBook is a step-by-step tutorial for creating a table of contents for eBooks using Microsoft Word.
Category: Computers

Cinefex

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ISBN : UCSC:32106019129953
Genre : Cinematography
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The journal of cinematic illusions.
Category: Cinematography

The Ancient Greeks For Dummies

Author : Stephen Batchelor
ISBN : 111999814X
Genre : History
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The civilisation of the Ancient Greeks has been immensely influential on the language, politics, educational systems, philosophy, science and arts of Western culture. As well as instigating itself as the birthplace of the Olympics, Ancient Greece is famous for its literature, philosophy, mythology and the beautiful architecture- to which thousands of tourists flock every year. This entertaining guide introduces readers to the amazing world of the Ancient Greeks. It offers a complete rundown of Greek history alongside fascinating insights into daily life in Ancient Greece and a captivating overview of Greek mythology. Readers will discover how this ancient culture came to be the cornerstone of Western civilisation and the enormous influence it has had on our language, politics, education, philosophy, science, arts and sport. The history of Ancient Greece remains a wide topic of interest, particularly renowned for its influential and diverse culture This basic guide will allow greater access to this vibrant area of study, and provide a distinct and light-hearted approach to this vast area history Covers dozens of topics, including; the early civilisations, war & fighting, home & family, day-to-day life and much, much more! About the author Steve Batchelor is a lecturer in Classics at Richmond College and has been teaching ancient history for 10 years. He has written reviews for various publications, including History Today, and he has also been involved in running guided historical tours of Greece.
Category: History