Schwarzer Obsidian


Author: Victoria Quinn
Publisher: Victoria Quinn
ISBN: N.A
Category: Fiction
Page: 350
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Ich stand an der Bar und wartete auf einen Freund, als es passierte. Als sich mein Leben für immer veränderte. Die Frau, die ich mein ganzes Leben lang gesucht hatte, kam hinein. Wunderschön. Perfekt. Makellos. Ich wusste, dass ich sie haben musste. Und am Ende der Nacht würde ich sie haben. Meine nächste Sub.

Black Obsidian (French)


Author: Victoria Quinn
Publisher: Victoria Quinn
ISBN: N.A
Category: Fiction
Page: 350
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J’étais au bar et j’attendais un ami quand c’est arrivé. Quand ma vie a changé. La femme que j’attendais depuis toujours est entrée. Belle. Parfaite. Sans défaut. J’ai su qu’il fallait que je la possède. Et je l’aurai avant la fin de la nuit. Ma prochaine soumise. **Destiné à un public averti**

For Starseeds: Healing the Heart-Pleiadian Crystal Meditations


Author: Ruth Starseed Hoskins
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1452561494
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 112
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For Starseeds: Healing the Heart-Pleiaidan Crystal Meditations, twenty-eight healing meditations open the spiritual seeker to higher consciousness and heal the heart. "Whether you're familiar and at home with the stone kingdom or just getting started in this glorious realm, For Starseeds: Healing the Heart-Pleiaidan Crystal Meditations is an instructive, comforting, and fascinating read. Ruth shares deeper dimensions of each stone that feel spot on to me. She also shows you how to honor your own experience with stones. A welcome new book for those seeking to understand the world of crystals and meditation." Lee Burch, RN, Psychiatric Nurse "In her latest book, For Starseeds: Healing the Heart-Pleiaidan Crystal Meditations, Ruth integrates a wealth of knowledge gained from 40 years of experience as a licensed psychotherapist, clinical social worker, and educator, with her extensive research and work in the area of metaphysics and spirituality. Readers will find an abundance of detailed information, as well as a practical guide to utilizing these teachings for their personal growth. In these critical times, meditation can be a valuable tool for maintaining one's equilibrium, and the techniques contained within these writings may provide invaluable assistance." Michael Diamond-Arts and Media Journalist

Schwarzer Diamant


Author: Victoria Quinn
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781973790327
Category:
Page: 260
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Ich wei�, dass ich mich nie �ndern werde.Ich wurde in der Dunkelheit geboren, und dort werde ich bleiben.Rome ist s��, z�rtlich und vanilla.Aber das werde ich �ndern.Ich werde ihr zeigen, wer ich wirklich bin.Und ihr diesen schwarzen Diamanten an den Finger stecken.

Statistics for Archaeologists

A Common Sense Approach
Author: Robert D. Drennan
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781441904133
Category: Social Science
Page: 333
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In the decade since its publication, the first edition of Statistics for Archaeologists has become a staple in the classroom. Taking a jargon-free approach, this teaching tool introduces the basic principles of statistics to archaeologists. The author covers the necessary techniques for analyzing data collected in the field and laboratory as well as for evaluating the significance of the relationships between variables. In addition, chapters discuss the special concerns of working with samples. This well-illustrated guide features several practice problems making it an ideal text for students in archaeology and anthropology. Using feedback from students and teachers who have been using the first edition, as well as another ten years of personal experience with the text, the author has provided an updated and revised second edition with a number of important changes. New topics covered include: -Proportions and Densities -Error Ranges for Medians -Resampling Approaches -Residuals from Regression -Point Sampling -Multivariate Analysis -Similarity Measures -Multidimensional Scaling -Principal Components Analysis -Cluster Analysis Those already familiar with the clear and useful format of Statistics for Archaeologists will find this new edition a welcome update, and the new sections will make this seminal textbook an indispensible resource for a whole new group of students, professors, and practitioners.

Crystal Enchantments

A Complete Guide to Stones and Their Magical Properties
Author: D.J. Conway,Brian Ed. Conway
Publisher: Crossing Press
ISBN: 0307785866
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 344
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You don’t have to have extensive background in magic to make use of any stone. In fact, you don’t have to know about magic at all. If you are facing a difficult situation and feel you need protection and courage, wear garnets. Do you want to attract a lover? Use rose quartz or ruby. Are you troubled by negative vibrations? Wear, carry, or keep near you black onyx or obsidian. Listing their physical properties and magical uses, CRYSTAL ENCHANTMENTS will help guide you in your choice of stones from Adularia to Zircon. This book will also appeal to those who simply love stones and want to know more about them. From the Trade Paperback edition.

A Walk Around the Horizon

Discovering New Mexico's Mountains of the Four Directions
Author: Tom Harmer
Publisher: UNM Press
ISBN: 0826353657
Category: Travel
Page: 208
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North of Santa Fe, the New Mexico landscape is framed by four high mountains. Although they are sacred to the Tewa Pueblo Indians, the four peaks are in different bureaucratic and cultural zones, which means that each peak attracts visitors but few non-Indian travelers visit more than one of the mountains. Tom Harmer’s chronicle of climbing all four of these mountains in one summer—Sandia to the south, Chicoma to the west, Canjilon to the north, and Truchas to the east—offers a unique view of a montane forest unlike any in the world, where mountain, plain, and desert biota converge. Outdoor enthusiasts and armchair travelers alike will relish Harmer’s precise account of his backpacking adventure, in which this sixty-two-year-old Anglo discovers the realities of complicated cultural legacies, ecological challenges, and human foibles counterpoised against his own strengths and frailties.

Schwarzes Versprechen


Author: Victoria Quinn
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781548962135
Category:
Page: 272
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Ich habe alles f�r Rome aufgegeben.Die eine Frau, ohne die ich nicht leben kann.Aber w�rde ich mein Versprechen halten k�nnen und allem den R�cken zuwenden?K�nnte ich wirklich aufgeben, ein Dom zu sein?Oder werde ich sie trotzdem mit mir in die Dunkelheit ziehen?

Requiem of the Fallen Part I

Light of Mantra
Author: G.H. Starks
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469174162
Category: Fiction
Page: 479
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Written by G.H. Starks, Requiem of the Fallen: Light of Mantra, is an epic tale that follows the travels of a young warrior (Ralir), in a world dominated by the call of a soldiers duty and the shadow of his fathers greatness. When Mantras greatest defender, Shivalsa Nomrai (General of Mantras Grand Army and Father to Ralir) is infl icted with a mortal illness, Ralir becomes the reluctant successor to his legacy. Heir to an ancient family pact, Ralir and his father embark upon a spectacular and magical journey of revelation, betrayal, and redemption. Along the way Ralir encounters the ultimate evil (Wodahs) and is given the choice to turn his back on a soldiers duty and join Wodahs, or lose all he holds dear. Requiem of the Fallen: Light of Mantra, also follows the fi ght of a wondrous woman (Queen Patricia) to save her land, her child, her King, and her subjects from the will of Wodahs. Will Ralir and the Queen successfully fend off the onslaught of the ultimate evil and save their world or will they lose all to the approaching cataclysm?

Volcanic Emanations

Chemical Analyses of Volcanic Gases, Volcanic Sublimates [etc.]
Author: Donald Edward White,Gerald Ashley Waring
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: N.A
Category: Volcanic ash, tuff, etc
Page: 29
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Archaeology at the north-east Anatolian frontier, I.

an historical geography and a field survey of the Bayburt Province
Author: A. G. Sagona,Claudia Sagona
Publisher: Peeters Pub & Booksellers
ISBN: N.A
Category: Social Science
Page: 597
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This volume presents a framework for interpreting cultural development in the highlands of Anatolia from the earliest settlements to the recent past. Begun in 1988, investigations by the University of Melbourne in cooperation with the Erzurum Museum have studied how past human societies adapted to and modified highland environments. After considerations of concepts such as 'frontiers', 'borders' and 'boundaries' that can be easily applied to north-east Anatolia, the study moves to an analysis of the complex literary tradition with a view to detailing an historical geography of the Bayburt and Erzurum regions. The ethnicity of the Diauehi, the identification of Sinoria of Mithradates fame and a new proposal for the route taken by Xenophon and his 10,000 troops are among the novel ideas now associated with this once neglected region. The second part deals with material culture. Beginning with an environmental conspectus, the study presents the results of a survey carried out in Bayburt during 1988 and 1990-93. An ample catalogue of finds supplements a detailed Register of Sites. To ensure comprehensiveness, as complete a ceramic sequence for north-east Anatolia as is possible to prepare at this stage is also provided. Using both textual and archaeological data, this study provides an extensive yet holistic picture of cultural change in the highlands. As such it provides a valuable resource for the study of the antiquity of east Anatolia and neighbouring lands.

A Little Book of Healing Magic


Author: D.J. Conway
Publisher: Crossing Press
ISBN: 0307785815
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Page: 112
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D. J. Conway introduces some of the most effective and commonly practiced magical means of restoring good health: easy-to-use spells and rituals, affirmations, visualizations, meditation, music, herbs, talisman and amulets, saints and deities, aura, long-distance healing, color, altars, and runes. From the Trade Paperback edition.

A Manual of Elementary Geology: The Ancient Changes of the Earth and its Inhabitants as Illustrated by Geological Monuments


Author: Sir Charles Lyell
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 1465573925
Category: Geology
Page: 512
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In the preliminary chapters of "The Principles of Geology," in the first and subsequent editions, I have considered the question, how far the changes of the earth's crust in past times confirm or invalidate the popular hypothesis of a gradual improvement in the habitable condition of the planet, accompanied by a contemporaneous development and progression in organic life. It had long been a favourite theory, that in the earlier ages to which we can carry back our geological researches, the earth was shaken by more frequent and terrible earthquakes than now, and that there was no certainty nor stability in the order of the natural world. A few sea-weeds and zoophytes, or plants and animals of the simplest organization, were alone capable of existing in a state of things so unfixed and unstable. But in proportion as the conditions of existence improved, and great convulsions and catastrophes became rarer and more partial, flowering plants were added to the cryptogamic class, and by the introduction of more and more perfect species, a varied and complex flora was at last established. In like manner, in the animal kingdom, the zoophyte, the brachiopod, the cephalopod, the fish, the reptile, the bird, and the warm-blooded quadruped made their entrance into the earth, one after the other, until finally, after the close of the tertiary period, came the quadrumanous mammalia, most nearly resembling man in outward form and internal structure, and followed soon afterwards, if not accompanied at first, by the human race itself. The objections which, in 1830, I urged against this doctrine, in so far as relates to the passage of the earth from a chaotic to a more settled condition, have since been embraced by a large and steadily increasing school of geologists; and in reference to the animate world, it will be seen, on comparing the present state of our knowledge with that which we possessed twenty years ago, how fully I was justified in declaring the insufficiency of the data on which such bold generalizations, respecting progressive development, were based. Speaking of the absence, from the tertiary formations, of fossil Quadrumana, I observed, in 1830, that "we had no right to expect to have detected any remains of tribes which live in trees, until we knew more of those quadrupeds which frequent marshes, rivers, and the borders of lakes, such being usually first met with in a fossil state." I also added, "if we are led to infer, from the presence of crocodiles and turtles in the London clay, and from the cocoa-nuts and spices found in the isle of Sheppey, that at the period when our older tertiary strata were formed, the climate was hot enough for the Quadrumana, we nevertheless could not hope to discover any of their skeletons, until we had made considerable progress in ascertaining what were the contemporary Pachydermata; and not one of these has been discovered as yet in any strata of this epoch in England."