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Ruler And The Gods

Author : Cole Bruce
ISBN : 1792171749
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In the many adventures of Ruler and the Gods, this book is absolutely magical. We travel again with our heroes; Jesse, Athena and Ares, but this time a new member joins the gang named Odysseus and a returning character who also helps them as well named Iapetus. At the beginning of the story, we see everyone in Twilight Town, then the heroes will travel on an adventure to Heracleion. In the journey, they see big monsters, meet Giant Cloud Monsters, stay at a village, meet an old enemy of Athena's and explore a enchanted world known as 'the Land of the Good Spirits'. Finally, when they reach their destination, they go down into a tunnel where a kin of the Undead Soldiers live, an ancient ruin and the most powerful stone ever invented called... The God Stone. In the end; Jesse, Athena and Ares will all relax from their many travels and take a long vacation from fighting and going on quests, so that they can take a break and continue their journey in the future.
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Knowledge Wisdom Understanding

Author : Ruler Freedom Born
ISBN : 0578658798
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Have you ever questioned your existence? Have you ever questioned your self-worth? Knowing one's self is the most valuable asset one can have. We all go through life questioning our existence and even self-worth. Throughout life we will engage in Knowledge Wisdom and Understanding. All three are essential building blocks since the day your born. Our Knowledge develops Wisdom and both together bring about Understanding. Who are the Gods and Earths? Who are the five percent ten percent and eighty five percent? How do you become a Poor Righteous Teacher? This book will initiate you into the culture of the Nation of Gods and Earths providing a comprehensive introduction to the esoteric teachings of the Nation giving you revelations to your existence guiding you towards your path of enlightenment and supreme understanding.
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Kingship And The Gods

Author : Henri Frankfort
ISBN : 9780226260112
Genre : Social Science
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Looks at how the fundamental difference in viewpoint between the peoples of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia was caused by the natural conditions under which each society developed.
Category: Social Science

Being And Logos

Author : John Sallis
ISBN : 9780253044334
Genre : Philosophy
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[Being and Logos is] a philosophical adventure of rare inspiration. . . . Its power to illuminate the text . . . , its ecumenicity of inspiration, its methodological rigor, its originality, and its philosophical profundity—all together make it one of the few philosophical interpretations that the philosopher will want to re-read along with the dialogues themselves. A superadded gift is the author’s prose, which is a model of lucidity and grace." —International Philosophical Quarterly John Sallis's luminous reading of six major Platonic dialogues—Apology, Meno, Phaedrus, Cratylus, Republic, and Sophist—weaves discussion of dramatic and mythical aspects together with basic philosophical issues. Being and Logos fundamentally reorients our reading and understanding of the platonic dialogues. This new edition of this classic of philosophical interpretation augments the Collected Writings of John Sallis, published by Indiana University Press.
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The Epigraphy Of Ptolemaic Egypt

Author : Alan Bowman
ISBN : 9780198858225
Genre : History
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This collection of detailed studies of the epigraphical landscape of Ptolemaic Egypt explores the historical and cultural contexts of the surviving Greek and Greek/Egyptian bilingual and trilingual inscriptions as a complement to the Corpus of Ptolemaic Inscriptions edition, in which the texts will be presented together for the first time.
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Gods Demigods And Demons

Author : Bernard Evslin
ISBN : 9781453264386
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The essential companion guide for all readers of Greek mythology Do you know the story behind Pandora’s Box, or the difference between Hercules and Heracles? Turn to this alphabetic encyclopedia, with more than 540 entries detailing all the major and minor characters, events, and settings of Greek mythology, from an introduction to the nymph Acantha to a succinct characterization of Zeus, the all-powerful ruler of the gods. This invaluable reference covers all types of heroes, gods, demigods, creatures, demons, and notable mortals, with their classic stories retold in riveting summaries. This comprehensive guide brings Greek mythology to life, and includes a helpful pronunciation key.
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Seeking Conflict In Mesoamerica

Author : Shawn G. Morton
ISBN : 9781607328872
Genre : Social Science
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Seeking Conflict in Mesoamerica focuses on the conflicts of the ancient Maya, providing a holistic history of Maya hostilities and comparing them with those of neighboring Mesoamerican villages and towns. Contributors to the volume explore the varied stories of past Maya conflicts through artifacts, architecture, texts, and images left to posterity. Many studies have focused on the degree to which the prevalence, nature, and conduct of conflict has varied across time and space. This volume focuses not only on such operational considerations but on cognitive and experiential issues, analyzing how the Maya understood and explained conflict, what they recognized as conflict, how conflict was experienced by various groups, and the circumstances surrounding conflict. By offering an emic (internal and subjective) understanding alongside the more commonly researched etic (external and objective) perspective, contributors clarify insufficiencies and address lapses in data and analysis. They explore how the Maya defined themselves within the realm of warfare and examine the root causes and effects of intergroup conflict. Using case studies from a wide range of time periods, Seeking Conflict in Mesoamerica provides a basis for understanding hostilities and broadens the archaeological record for the “seeking” of conflict in a way that has been largely untouched by previous scholars. With broad theoretical reach beyond Mesoamerican archaeology, the book will have wide interdisciplinary appeal and will be important to ethnohistorians, art historians, ethnographers, epigraphers, and those interested in human conflict more broadly. Contributors: Matthew Abtosway, Karen Bassie-Sweet, George J. Bey III, M. Kathryn Brown, Allen J. Christenson, Tomás Gallareta Negrón, Elizabeth Graham, Helen R. Haines, Christopher L. Hernandez, Harri Kettunen, Rex Koontz, Geoffrey McCafferty, Jesper Nielsen, Joel W. Palka, Kerry L. Sagebiel, Travis W. Stanton, Alexandre Tokovinine
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In The Beginning

Author : Joan V. O'Brien
ISBN : UVA:X000463425
Genre : History
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Addressed to students of classical mythology, religion, and comparative mythology, this volume contains myths of creation from three ancient cultures. Included are selections from the Hebrew Bible, the Mesopotamian Enuma Elish and Atrahasis, and Hesiod's Theogony and Works and Days. The texts are complemented by essays on the cultural contexts in which the myths arose.
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Death Gods An Encyclopedia Of The Rulers Evil Spirits And Geographies Of The Dead

Author : Ernest L. Abel
ISBN : 9780313357138
Genre : BODY, MIND & SPIRIT
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In cultures throughout human history people have believed that some part of themselves continued to exist after they died. Part of that belief is that living can influence what happens to the dead in the afterlife, and the dead can return from the afterlife to affect the living. Death Gods: An Encyclopedia of the Rulers, Evil Spirits, and Geographies of the Dead describes the many ways the afterlife—especially that part of the afterlife commonly known as Hell—has been characterized in myths from around the world. The hundreds of entries provide readers with a guide to the afterlife as portrayed in these myths - its geography, its rulers, its inhabitants, how they got there, and what happens after their arrival. While the Devil is a prominent resident and ruler of the afterworld in many religions, especially Christianity, this book examines many other versions of Hell whether presided over by the Devil, Hades, or one of the many other rulers of the dead. Death Gods provides concise encyclopedic entries on all aspects of the mythology of the afterlife: The underworlds form the myths of cultures from across the globe—for example, Xibalba, the underworld of the Quiche Maya; Di Yu, the underground realm of the dead in Chinese mythology; the gods and demons of the afterlife—the Hindu god of death and justice Yama; Ahriman, the evil twin of the benevolent god Ahura Mazda in Zoroastrian mythology; Buso, the invisible ghouls who haunt graveyards and feed on human corpses in Philippine mythology. The volume includes an extensive bibliography of the most useful resources for understanding the mythology of death and the afterlife.
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The Elder Gods

Author : David Eddings
ISBN : 9780007157600
Genre : Children
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The "New York Times" bestselling authors of The Malloreon series present the first volume in a new saga--an enthralling and richly imaginative epic that introduces two generations of living gods and the impending doom that threatens them.
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The Inclusive Bible

Author : Priests for Equality (Organization)
ISBN : UOM:39015073899141
Genre : Bibles
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This new Bible is an inclusive-language translation. It is also a re-imaging of the Scriptures and our relationship to them. Not merely replacing male pronouns, the translators have rethought what kind of language has built barriers between the text and its readers.
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Myths Of Enki The Crafty God

Author : Emeritus Clark Research Professor of Assyriology Samuel Noah Kramer
ISBN : UOM:39015015310975
Genre : Acadio (Idioma) - Textos
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This ambitious and well-researched study brings together for the first time translations of the ancient literature concerning the Sumerian god Enki, one of four gods and goddesses who comprised the highest level of the Sumerian pantheon. The very existence of these writings, which date from the Third Millenium B.C., was unknown until about 100 years ago, when their cuneiform script was deciphered. Since then, it has become apparent that Sumerian literature had a profound and enduring influence on both Biblical and classical Greek literature, and so on the literature of the western world as a whole. Kramer, one of the world's leading sumerologists, has prepared these translations from among the scores of works he has published over the last fifty years; John Maier provides a full interpretive framework that places the translations in their broader comparative cultural context. This rare collection will be of interest to students and scholars in a wide range of disciplines from Near Eastern and Biblical Studies to Mythology and Comparative Literature.
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Festus

Author : Philip James Bailey
ISBN : PSU:000004353218
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