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To Ride Pegasus

Author : Anne McCaffrey
ISBN : 9781448152087
Genre : Fiction
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They were people whose gifts were unique. For years - centuries - they had not even understood just what they could do with their minds. They had sometimes become astrologers, clairvoyants, or healers, but their Talents were undeveloped and untrained. Henry Darrow was the first to explore the huge wealth of psychic gifts hidden amongst mankind, and it was he who formed the first Parapsychic Centre where Talents could train and be used to revolutionise the world. But their powers set them apart, made them feared, then threatened by the un-Talented. And when dangerous freak 'wild' Talents began to wreak havoc in the outside world, it took all their combined Talented efforts to save themselves.
Category: Fiction

The Wings Of Pegasus

Author : Anne McCaffrey
ISBN : OCLC:23994208
Genre : Science fiction
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To ride Pegasus -- Pegasus in flight.
Category: Science fiction

Magickal Mystical Creatures

Author : D. J. Conway
ISBN : 156718149X
Genre : Fiction
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Here is an occult encyclopedia of over two hundred magickal creatures, from pookas and green men to gorgons and gargoyles. Included are their history, symbolism, appearance, associated traits, and magickal abilities. More important, however, is the included information on how to use the energies and talents of these creatures to empower your magickal workings, rituals, and meditations. Use the secrets of these creatures to eliminate barriers blocking your magickal and personal progress.
Category: Fiction

Chasing Pegasus

Author : Sally McLean
ISBN : 9781453767870
Genre : Drama
File Size : 30.31 MB
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A theatrical play for eight women and two men. Running time (without interval): 75 minutes. A celebration of what makes us different, and through that discovery, a recognition of what makes us ultimately the same, "CHASING PEGASUS (A PLAY IN TEN CHORDS)" focuses on the continuing quest of humankind to become more than the sum of our parts. A housewife, two teenagers, a school teacher, an ex-singer, a deaf girl, an accountant, a book shop owner and a shop assistant - the Serendipity Book Shop are hosting their weekly Book Club meeting and tonight they are discussing the bestseller, "Chasing Pegasus." There is an air of anticipation as they will also be meeting the book's author, the reclusive and mysterious Franklin Storey. All begins relatively normally, but during the course of the evening, each member of the group begins to reveal their personal history and future dreams - caught in the spell of "Chasing Pegasus."
Category: Drama

Madam Shakespeare S Heart

Author : Patricia Kriegel
ISBN : 9780595284023
Genre : Poetry
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A poetic journey of the holistic side of self growth and how a woman struggled physically and spiritually to become the woman she is today through her poetic journey of truth revealing the tragedies and the terrorizing childhood that she endured how she overcame the negative circumstances and turned it into something positive.
Category: Poetry

Santa Fe Light

Author : Richard Leviton
ISBN : 9781440139260
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Santa Fe, the City Different, has deeply excited visitors for over a hundred years with its crystal blue skies, Blood of Christ Mountains, pure dry air, old adobe charm, and beautiful light. But this high-desert State capital and artists haven may also be a Land of Lighta premier landscape of multiple sacred sites and heightened spiritual charge. People love this place, they say, for its uplifting, spiritually leavening effect, for how it starts a process of transformation, healing, deep change, and self-reinvention. People revere this place as an axis of creativity, a hotbed of innovation, and a paramount center for recreating culture and spirituality\ capable of inspiring the world. Santa Fe Light explains why. An able travel guide, it takes you to 111 different locations and their Light temples in and around Santa Fe, numinous places usually only encountered in myths or dreams. And it proposes that the observed social qualities of Santa Fe, its livability, might be due to this fabulous visionary geography alluringly just beyond the veil of our ordinary perception.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

An Analytical Guide To Television S Battlestar Galactica

Author : John Kenneth Muir
ISBN : 9781476606569
Genre : Performing Arts
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When the space drama Battlestar Galactica debuted on ABC in 1978, it was expected to be the most popular new program of the year. Instead, it was attacked as a Star Wars rip-off and canceled after a mere 17 stories. The author acknowledges the show was full of dramatic clichés and scientific inaccuracies, but despite these shortcomings, Battlestar Galactica was a dramatically resonant series full of unique and individual characters, such as Commander Adama (Lorne Greene) and ace warrior Captain Apollo (Richard Hatch). The author contends that Battlestar Galactica was a memorable attempt to make science fiction accessible to mainstream television audiences. The brilliant work of artist John Dykstra brought a new world of special effects to network television. Battlestar Galactica also skillfully exploited legends and names from both the Bible and ancient mythology, which added a layer of depth and maturity to the weekly drama.
Category: Performing Arts

The New Olympians

Author : Kate O'Hearn
ISBN : 9781442444171
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Emily and her companions, including the winged horse, Pegasus, must confront a legion of Olympic enemies in this third book of an action-packed series. When Emily’s father and the goddess Diana return from a visit to Earth, they bring with them disturbing news. There’s a horse called Tornado Warning that’s winning all the races, with times faster than anyone’s ever seen. What could this mean? Emily, Joel, Paelen, Pegasus, and the sphinx Alexis return to Earth to investigate—and discover a CRU plot to clone Olympians and Nirads using DNA retrieved from their previous time in the human realm. The CRU has already created dozens of Nirad warriors, Dianas, Paelens, Cupids, and Pegasuses. Now they want to create their own Emily clone—even if the original is killed in the process. Can Emily and her friends put a stop to the CRU’s plans before Jupiter finds out and carries through on his own threat to destroy the Earth?
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Ben Jonson

Author : Ben Johnson
ISBN : 9781317897910
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This edition of Ben Jonson's four middle comedies places the works in the popular history and culture of the times, 1605-1614, and surveys the influences, both classical and contemporary, on Jonson as a playwright. On-the-page annotations recreate the audiences perception of the plays as performances by commenting on the stage-directions, the self-conscious theatricality of characters and scenes, and the vivid colloquialisms of early modern London that give the dialogue a heightened dimension of realism. Brief introductions to each play discuss the local settings, sources, theatre history and further readings. The general introduction includes a biography of Jonson, a chronology of the plays and masques, and separate essays on each play, dealing particularly with Jonson's satirical treatments of trends and shams of the day, whether political, social, commercial, or spiritual.
Category: Literary Criticism

Myths And Legends Explained

Author : Neil Philip
ISBN : 9781405334709
Genre : Social Science
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This beautifully presented book offers a stimulating approach to the timeless, universal stories that are central to every culture. More than 50 compelling myths and legends from around the world are explained through stunning works of art and ancient artefacts, each supported by informative text and comprehensive annotation. Presented country by country, the book offers a fascinating guide to the amazing characters of world mythology and to the cultures that created them. The fantastic world of fables and sagas this book discusses will delight enthusiasts and general readers alike.
Category: Social Science