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Kenealy, the Twelfth Messenger of God, and the ...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 01.08.2012, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Kenealy, the Twelfth Messenger of God, and the Dictionary of National Biography, Titelzusatz: a Vindication, Verlag: HardPress Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: HISTORY // General, Rubrik: Geschichte, Seiten: 68, Informationen: 423:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Matte Lam, Gewicht: 105 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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National Geographic NG Australia Messenger M fü...
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Kamera-Umhängetasche / passend für DSLR-Kamera / universal / Gewicht 930 g / geeignet als Handgepäck / Innenmaße 36 x 9 x 23 cm / mit Druckknopf

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National Geographic NG Australia Messenger S fü...
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Kamera-Umhängetasche / passend für Systemkamera / universal / Gewicht 610 g / geeignet als Handgepäck / Innenmaße 29 x 10 x 19 cm / mit Druckknopf

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Kenealy the Twelfth Messenger of God and the Di...
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Kenealy the Twelfth Messenger of God and the Dictionary of National Biography ab 9.99 € als Taschenbuch: a Vindication. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Geist & Wissen,

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Australian rugby union players
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Australian rugby union players ab 50.49 € als Taschenbuch: List of Australia national rugby union players Karmichael Hunt David Campese Iven Giffard Mackay Herbie Collins Wendell Sailor Dally Messenger Blair Swannell Michael Witt Lote Tuqiri Mark Ella George Gregan Nicky Barr. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

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Rabbit and the Elephant King: An Indian Folktal...
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Award-winning storyteller Bill Gordh (Film Advisory Board Award of Excellence winner, National Association of Parenting Periodicals Gold Award winner) presents this folktale live with no script, accompanied only by his own dynamic banjo playing. The rabbits lived near a beautiful pond up in the hills. The elephants bathed and drank from a pond to the south. The elephants' pond dried up. They began looking for a new pond. Finally they came to the rabbits' pond. When they saw it, the elephants stampeded toward the water. The rabbits went flying in every direction as the elephants stomped around in the water, spraying and playing. The rabbits did not know what to do. The old grandmother rabbit got an idea. She went to the elephant king and told him she was a messenger from the moon, and that the moon was angry at the elephants for messing up the moon's sacred pond. The elephant did not believe it. The rabbit asked the elephant king to follow her to the pond. When they got there, she pointed to the moon's reflection. The moon was surprised and began to wade into the water to apologize to the moon. The big body of the elephant made the water rock, and it looked like the moon was excited. The rabbit started screaming that the moon was getting even more upset - "Just look at it jumping!" The elephant king backed out of the pond. He said he was sorry for upsetting the moon, and they would leave in the morning. The rabbits had their pond back! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bill Gordh. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/017055/bk_adbl_017055_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Australia international rugby union players
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Australia international rugby union players ab 39.49 € als Taschenbuch: List of Australia national rugby union players David Campese Wendell Sailor Dally Messenger Blair Swannell Lote Tuqiri Mark Ella George Gregan Timana Tahu Nicholas Shehadie Ken Kearney Mat Rogers Rocky Elsom Edward Dunlop. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Reise, Reiseführer, Australien,

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Yoruba shamanism (eBook, ePUB)
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The striking resemblance which the Yoruba religious system bears to that of the ancient Greeks can scarcely have escaped notice. Olorun, the sky-god proper, now being gradually displaced by the more anthropomorphic Obatala, resembles Uranus, who was displaced by Kronos. In Greek mythology Kronos married his sister Rhea, the earth, and the Yoruba myth makes Obatala marry Odudua, who also represents the earth, though the qualities of Aphrodite appear to predominate. Olokun answers to Poseidon, Ogun, worker in iron, to Hephœstus, Orisha Oko to Priapus, Osanhin to Æsklepius, Orun, the sun, to Helios, and Oshu, the moon, to Selene. Zeus' messenger, Hermes, the lightning, was the protector of plunderers, and Shango is the god of lightning and plunder. Ifa, as the, god of prophecy, and the being who wards off evil and affords help, resembles Apollo, who, in Homer, is perfectly distinct from the sun-god, though identified with him in later times. The spirits of the trees answer to the Hama-dryads, and we have river-gods and sea-spirits. Metamorphosis to a brook, spring, or lagoon is common, and we have one example of a girl, being transformed, like Daphne, into a shrub. The gods, when consulted, gave oracular responses that differ in no essential particular from the answers given by the Oracle of Delphi. The Yorubas, like the Greeks, offer human sacrifices in time of national need. Dancing was, with the Greeks, intimately connected with worship, as Lucian says: "You cannot find a single ancient mystery in which there is not dancing;" and by the Yoruba every god of note has his own dance, which is sacred to him, and known only to the initiated.

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Yoruba shamanism (eBook, ePUB)
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The striking resemblance which the Yoruba religious system bears to that of the ancient Greeks can scarcely have escaped notice. Olorun, the sky-god proper, now being gradually displaced by the more anthropomorphic Obatala, resembles Uranus, who was displaced by Kronos. In Greek mythology Kronos married his sister Rhea, the earth, and the Yoruba myth makes Obatala marry Odudua, who also represents the earth, though the qualities of Aphrodite appear to predominate. Olokun answers to Poseidon, Ogun, worker in iron, to Hephœstus, Orisha Oko to Priapus, Osanhin to Æsklepius, Orun, the sun, to Helios, and Oshu, the moon, to Selene. Zeus' messenger, Hermes, the lightning, was the protector of plunderers, and Shango is the god of lightning and plunder. Ifa, as the, god of prophecy, and the being who wards off evil and affords help, resembles Apollo, who, in Homer, is perfectly distinct from the sun-god, though identified with him in later times. The spirits of the trees answer to the Hama-dryads, and we have river-gods and sea-spirits. Metamorphosis to a brook, spring, or lagoon is common, and we have one example of a girl, being transformed, like Daphne, into a shrub. The gods, when consulted, gave oracular responses that differ in no essential particular from the answers given by the Oracle of Delphi. The Yorubas, like the Greeks, offer human sacrifices in time of national need. Dancing was, with the Greeks, intimately connected with worship, as Lucian says: "You cannot find a single ancient mystery in which there is not dancing;" and by the Yoruba every god of note has his own dance, which is sacred to him, and known only to the initiated.

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