Rites Of Raven S Knoll

Author: Juniper Birch
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781535183055
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Raven's Knoll is a magical, one hundred acres of forest, meadow, field, bog, and river. It is a place for Canadian Pagans and Heathens to gather in community, or be in solitude, to honour and practice our spiritual traditions. It is a place where feasts are cooked over open hearths, images of the old Gods rise to meet the sky, and Spirits speak in silent clearings. From volunteer to shrine-builder, from ritual officiant to event attendee, the rites, stories, and experiences of many people are evoked within the pages of this book. Our traditions are a beautiful, diverse kaleidoscope. The establishment of Raven's Knoll has shown that when religion can be grounded in a place, when metaphoric roots can be made a reality, something of wonder is expressed.

A Rite Of Passage

Author: Christopher J. Holcroft
Publisher: Christopher J Holcroft
ISBN: 0741459388
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A group of teenage Venturer Scouts must make a life and death decision when some Girl Guides are threatened by warring motorcycle biker gang members.

Rites

Author: Margarett Mirley
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1905886039
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When a man abandons everything he holds dear, he must have reason strong enough to bear his guilt. This sequel to "The White Raven and the Oak" explores the intricate relationship of two men, their women, honour, ambitions and their wider responsibilities.

Evolution Of Lightweight Structures

Author: Christian Hamm
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9401793980
Size: 12.98 MB
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This volume contains studies on the evolution and function of lightweight constructions of planktonic and other organisms, and examples of how they can be used to create new solutions for radical innovations of lightweight constructions for technological application. The principles and underlying processes responsible for evolution and biodiversity of marine plankton organisms are highly relevant and largely unresolved issues in the field of marine science. Amongst the most promising objects for the study of evolution of stable lightweight constructions are marine organisms such as diatoms or radiolarians. Research in these fields requires interdisciplinary expertises such as in evolutionary modelling, paleontology, lightweight optimization, functional morphology, and marine ecology. Considerable effort and expert knowledge in production engineering or lightweight optimization is necessary to transfer knowledge on biogenic structures and evolutionary principles into new lightweight solutions. This book show methods and examples of how this can be achieved efficiently.

The White Raven And The Oak

Author: Margarett Mirley
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781905237593
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Steo has long loved Gerwerith, but she is the wife of his life-long friend, Andod the 'White Raven', and Steo is his trusted Druid. At a time of great unrest, unjust rumour causes Steo to ride to Andod in confrontation. Steo meets his inner conflict head-on. Steo's strong sense of loyalty, honour and obligation will be put severely to the test.

The Book In Britain

Author: Daniel Allington
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119115167
Size: 53.57 MB
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Introduces readers to the history of books in Britain—their significance, influence, and current and future status Presented as a comprehensive, up-to-date narrative, The Book in Britain: A Historical Introduction explores the impact of books, manuscripts, and other kinds of material texts on the cultures and societies of the British Isles. The text clearly explains the technicalities of printing and publishing and discusses the formal elements of books and manuscripts, which are necessary to facilitate an understanding of that impact. This collaboratively authored narrative history combines the knowledge and expertise of five scholars who seek to answer questions such as: How does the material form of a text affect its meaning? How do books shape political and religious movements? How have the economics of the book trade and copyright shaped the literary canon? Who has been included in and excluded from the world of books, and why? The Book in Britain: A Historical Introduction will appeal to all scholars, students, and historians interested in the written word and its continued production and presentation.