For the first time in English, Michael Ostling tells the story of the imagined Polish witches, showing how ordinary peasant-women got caught in webs of suspicion and accusation, finally confessing under torture to the most heinous of crimes ...
Author: Michael Ostling
Publisher: Oxford University Press
For the first time in English, Michael Ostling tells the story of the imagined Polish witches, showing how ordinary peasant-women got caught in webs of suspicion and accusation, finally confessing under torture to the most heinous of crimes.
Hartt argues as follows in his comparison between the medallions and the eucharistic wafers: “ The hostirons ... host and that the a contrastr between the crucifixion and the resurrection corresponds to that between the Devil and Christ ...
Author: William Wallace
Michaelangelo: Selected Readings is the long-awaited condensation of the five volume English article collection of Michaelangelo's life. Selections include: Life and Early Works; The Sistine Chapel; San Lorenzo; Tomb of Julius II and Other Works in Rome; and Drawings, Poetry and Miscellaneous Studies.
What the Devil hostship at Hampton - a tale told to Malone , then brings him here ? ... we read :sisted in an old man and a young one running backwards and forwards between two baskets “ Mr. Burke told me a few days ago , that the ...
... find a world for every devil in all the heaven which he had lost ; there to see the Devil's host , and so every one ... the starry beavens , and all the furniture were employed in all that space of time , between thereof , and there ...
For example, the narrator describes the angelic host as praising God (αἰνέω), and then they say “Glory (δόξα) to God” ... between the devil and Jesus, taken up also by his followers, see Susan R. Garrett, The Demise of the Devil: Magic ...
Author: Benjamin E. Reynolds
Publisher: Fortress Press
The contemporary study of Jewish apocalypticism today recognizes the wealth and diversity of ancient traditions concerned with the “unveiling” of heavenly matters‒‒understood to involve revealed wisdom, the revealed resolution of time, and revealed cosmology‒‒in marked contrast to an earlier focus on eschatology as such. The shift in focus has had a more direct impact on the study of ancient “pseudepigraphic” literature, however, than in New Testament studies, where the narrower focus on eschatological expectation remains dominant. In this Companion, an international team of scholars draws out the implications of the newest scholarship for the variety of New Testament writings. Each entry presses the boundaries of current discussion regarding the nature of apocalypticism in application to a particular New Testament author. The cumulative effect is to reveal, as never before, early Christianity, its Christology, cosmology, and eschatology, as expressions of tendencies in Second Temple Judaism.
Demonstrating the occurrence of exploitative competition between two species requires a number of factors to first be ... mammalian predators were the thylacine (Thylacinus cynocephalus) and the Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii).
Author: Matthew E. Gompper
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Dogs are the world's most common and widespread carnivores and are nearly ubiquitous across the globe. The vast majority of these dogs, whether owned or un-owned, pure-bred or stray, spend a large portion of their life as unconfined, free-roaming animals, persisting at the interface of human and wildlife communities. Their numbers are particularly large throughout the developing world, where veterinary care and population control are often minimal and human populations are burgeoning. This volume brings together the world's experts to provide a comprehensive, unifying, and accessible review of the effects of dogs on native wildlife species. With an emphasis on addressing how free-ranging dogs may influence wildlife management and native species of conservation concern, chapters address themes such as the global history and size of dog populations, dogs as predators, competitors, and prey of wildlife, the use of dogs as hunting companions, the role of dogs in maintaining diseases of wildlife, and the potential for dogs to hybridize with wild canid species. In addition, the potential role of dogs as mediators of conservation conflict is assessed, including the role of dogs as livestock guardians, the potential for dogs to aid researchers in locating rare wildlife species of conservation interest, and the importance of recognizing that some populations of dogs such as dingoes have a long history of genetic isolation and are themselves important conservation concerns. A common theme woven throughout this volume is the potential for dogs to mediate how humans interact with wildlife and the recognition that the success of wildlife conservation and management efforts are often underpinned by understanding and addressing the potential roles of free-ranging dogs in diverse natural ecosystems. Free-Ranging Dogs and Wildlife Conservation is aimed at professional wildlife and conservation ecologists, managers, graduate students, and researchers with an interest in human-dog-wildlife interactions. It will also be of relevance and use to dog welfare researchers, veterinary scientists, disease ecologists, and readers with an interest in the interface of domestic animals and wildlife.
Spread of the disease is linked to this loss of host MHC and the aggressive behavior of the Tasmanian devil (Siddle et al. ... There may be important functional differences between the genotypes of DFTD tumors in this region, ...
Author: Richard G. Botzler
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Foundations of Wildlife Diseases is a comprehensive overview of the basic principles that govern the study of wildlife diseases. The authors integrate theoretical foundations with a thorough examination of the factors that can affect the health and fitness of animals. They include specific information on a wide array of infectious agents such as bacteria, viruses, arthropods, fungi, protista, and helminths, as well as immunity to these agents. Also provided is a foundation for the study of noninfectious diseases, cancers, and prion diseases that affect wildlife. Supporting students, faculty, and researchers in areas related to wildlife management, biology, and veterinary sciences, this volume fills an important gap in wildlife disease resources, focusing on mammalian and avian wildlife while also considering reptiles and amphibians. Foundations of Wildlife Diseases provides students with a structure for thinking about and understanding infective agents and their interactions with wildlife. Each chapter includes an outline, select definitions and concepts, an overview and summary, and literature cited. Ê
She accomplished the disWith its Devil's host , Come ... and , mills , taking the mistaken view that it would that now ply between Boston and Albany , but has since been captured , and a lively gorilla is a days out of port .
People took to retaining the host under their tongue so that they might remove it after the service and use it as a ... like Paracelsus, it is not clear whether he ever gained a medical degree Between 1511 and 15t7 he lived in Italy, ...
Author: Philip Ball
Publisher: Random House
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Philip Theophrastus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim - known to later ages as Paracelsus - stands on the borderline between medieval and modern; a name that is familiar but a man who has been hard to perceive or understand. Contemporary of Luther, enemy of established medicine, scourge of the universities ('at all the German schools you cannot learn as much as at the Frankfurt Fair'), army surgeon and alchemist, myths about him - from his treating diseases from beyond the grave in mid-nineteenth century Salzburg to his Faustian bargain with the devil to regain his youth - have been far more lasting than his actual story. Even during his lifetime, he was rumoured to travel with a magical white horse and to store the elixir of life in the pommel of his sword. But who was Paracelsus and what did he really believe and practice? Although Paracelsus has been seen as both a charlatan and as a founder of modern science, Philip Ball's book reveals a more richly complex man - who used his eyes and ears to learn from nature how to heal, and who wrote influential books on medicine, surgery, alchemy and theology while living a drunken, combative, vagabond life. Above all, Ball reveals a man who was a product of his time - an age of great change in which the church was divided and the classics were rediscovered - and whose bringing together of the seemingly diverse disciplines of alchemy and biology signalled the beginning of the age of rationalism.
Release on 2018-02-24 | by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
Azazel and his “Host” are simply the Hebrew “Prometheus,” and ought to be viewed from the same standpoint. ... It is the symbolical representation of the great struggle between Divine Wisdom, Nous, and its Earthly Reflection, Psyche, ...
Author: Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
The last book in the monumental work of Theosophic thought. This book focuses on gaining occult power in the formation of the humanity and the earth. This group sought to learn the secrets of nature, science and divinity in order to empower themselves to godhood and this book reveals their secrets as to how knowledge to do this can be attained. It does not reveal what the ultimate saving knowledge is that can do this but it gives guidelines on how to start the journey for yourself.
Although a significant association between the gut microbiota and the epigenetics of host cells seems to exist, ...  Martens EC, Kelly AG, Tauzin AS, Brumer H. The devil lies in the details: how variations in polysaccharide ...
Author: Asim K. Duttaroy
Publisher: Academic Press
Category: Health & Fitness
Evidence-Based Nutrition and Clinical Evidence of Bioactive Foods in Human Health and Disease explores a wide range of studies from clinical investigations to mechanistic research, covering the actions of bioactives on specific tissues and cells in intestinal, neurological, immunological and cardiovascular health and disease, including cancers. The book also focuses on metabolism, mechanisms of actions, tissue-specific effects, and the structure–function relationships between clinical trial, ex vivo and in vitro data. Written for nutrition researchers, clinical researchers, dieticians, and others working in and studying health-related fields, this book highlights the concepts surrounding the preventive and therapeutic impacts of bioactive foods. Presents information on the prevention of disease using bioactive compounds Consolidates the research outcome from a variety of sources on specific bioactive foods Contains coverage of bioactive lipids and lipid mediators, bioactive phytochemicals, probiotics, bioactive proteins, peptides, polysaccharides, fibers and sphingolipids
In the field, D. insulare probably uses cues from both the foodplants and their DBM hosts for these decisions. The differences in sex ratio (% female) were approximately the same as the ... Between the devil and the deep blue sea.
Author: Erich Städler
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The 9th International Symposium on Insect-Plant Relationships (SIP-9) was once more, following the tradition established in 1958, a forum for investigators in both basic and applied entomology interested in the important and fascinating field of interactions between plants and insects. We were pleased and honoured to organise this symposium, which took place June 24--30, 1995 in Gwatt on the shores of the Lake of Thun in Switzerland. 168 participants from 26 countries from all over the world actively took part in the symposium by contributing 12 key-note lectures and a total of 141 oral presentations and posters. The favourable response and the lively interaction of the participants in all symposium activities is the clearest indication of the success of SIP-9. The organisers appreciated the enthusiasm and the willingness to collaborate shown by all participants. The following volume contains written contributions (72) of only half of all presentations. This is due to the fact that we decided to produce not only an account of the proceedings but also to publish all contributions as a special volume of the journal Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. This procedure was last adopted in 1978 for SIP-4, organised by Reginald F. Chapman and Elizabeth A. Bernays, and ensures a wide distribution of the papers within the scientific community and easy access through libraries. Inevitably we had to employ the same review procedure as applicable for the manuscripts regularly submitted to Entomologia.
Then we sat down in front of the fire, a little conscious of being watched by women from between the rugs that hung from the gallery railing, our host laughing as he told how Grim had found him. “Ah, subtlety! How I do love subtlety!
Author: Talbot Mundy
This eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. A group of fearless explorers led by Jeff Ramsden are wandering through the Himalayas in search for his onetime compatriot Elmer Rait, whose lust for knowledge brought him in association with dugpa sorcerers of the Black Lodge.The group is drawn in the mists of the mountains where a battle is taking place between the Black Lodge and the White Lodge.
In the specific case of the Eucharist, the devil carried out his copy of transubstantiation to an extreme by making it a bloody sacrifice, as if he wished to outdo the most sacred mystery. Thus the New World became host to the ...
Author: Ralph Bauer
Publisher: UNC Press Books
Creolization describes the cultural adaptations that occur when a community moves to a new geographic setting. Exploring the consciousness of peoples defined as "creoles" who moved from the Old World to the New World, this collection of eighteen original essays investigates the creolization of literary forms and genres in the Americas between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. Creole Subjects in the Colonial Americas facilitates a cross-disciplinary, intrahemispheric, and Atlantic comparison of early settlers' colonialism and creole elites' relation to both indigenous peoples and imperial regimes. Contributors explore literatures written in Spanish, Portuguese, and English to identify creole responses to such concepts as communal identity, local patriotism, nationalism, and literary expression. The essays take the reader from the first debates about cultural differences that underpinned European ideologies of conquest to the transposition of European literary tastes into New World cultural contexts, and from the natural science discourse concerning creolization to the literary manifestations of creole patriotism. The volume includes an addendum of etymological terms and critical bibliographic commentary. Contributors: Ralph Bauer, University of Maryland Raquel Chang-Rodriguez, City University of New York Lucia Helena Costigan, Ohio State University Jim Egan, Brown University Sandra M. Gustafson, University of Notre Dame Carlos Jauregui, Vanderbilt University Yolanda Martinez-San Miguel, University of Pennsylvania Jose Antonio Mazzotti, Tufts University Stephanie Merrim, Brown University Susan Scott Parrish, University of Michigan Luis Fernando Restrepo, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville Jeffrey H. Richards, Old Dominion University Kathleen Ross, New York University David S. Shields, University of South Carolina Teresa A. Toulouse, Tulane University Lisa Voigt, University of Chicago Jerry M. Williams, West Chester University
While she places the blame on the Devil, the narration of this song never manifests this supposed demonic temptation. Cantiga 104 is not the only song that deals with the Eucharist and the various effects the Host had on both ...
Author: Veronica Menaldi
Category: Literary Criticism
This book explores the complexity of Iberian identity and multicultural/multi-religious interactions in the Peninsula through the lens of spells, talismans, and imaginative fiction in medieval and early modern Iberia. Focusing particularly on love magic—which manipulates objects, celestial spheres, and demonic conjurings to facilitate sexual encounters—Menaldi examines how practitioners and victims of such magic as represented in major works produced in Castile. Magic, and love magic in particular, is an exchange of knowledge, a claim to power and a deviation from or subversion of the licit practices permitted by authoritative decrees. As such, magic serves as a metaphorical tool for understanding the complex relationships of the Christian with the non-Christian. In seeking to understand and incorporate hidden secrets that presumably reveal how one can manipulate their environment, occult knowledge became one of the funnels through which cultures and practices mixed and adapted throughout the centuries.
Sue, if you hadn't been acquitted, do you think you'd still feel this same sense of— SUE: Yes— HOST: —purpose. ... (Applause) Pick a face out there and imagine firing a bullet right between their eyes. Anyone. Bam! ... MAN: DEVIL WOMAN!
Author: Craig Lucas
Publisher: Theatre Communications Group
A new edition featuring "Blue Window" and "Stranger."
This idea is strengthened by eucharistic resonances in blood libel accounts: Trachtenberg, The Devil and the Jews, 135; ... This parallels the temporal connection between the doctrine of transubstantiation and the accusation of host ...
Author: Beatrice Groves
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This book argues that the destruction of Jerusalem is a key explanatory trope for early modern texts.
I was twitchy as hell as I approached my door, uncomfortable with the idea that between the coffee and the keys, both my hands were ... Tommy is a legal, registered demon host, and if you exorcize me, you'll be guilty of murder.
Author: Jenna Black
Publisher: Hachette UK
Things aren't going well for exorcist Morgan Kingsley. She's been betrayed by the boyfriend of her dreams, her brother has been repossessed, and she's unable to escape from the hunky demon who shares her body. All Morgan wants is to curl up and avoid reality for a while. But she can't. A woman named Claudia Brewster seeks her services. During the brief time that Claudia had been on a cruise, her son, Tommy, changed from an invective-spewing member of the anti-demon society God's Wrath to a happy little demon host. Claudia smells a rat - as does Morgan - but all the paperwork looks legal. That is, until Morgan begins digging up the secrets of Tommy's past and finds herself deep in another deadly conspiracy...
... and were ment , " invaded ” only recently . stolidly lounging about with their The devil's host was strongly in- pipes in their mouths and their trenched , and tremendous ... In the court between the railing has been a blessed 1886.
A Prayer for Spiritual Protection “The angel of God who was going hefore the host of Israel moved and went hehind them, ... The cloud sent to guide them moved to the back of the large assembly and hovered between the Israelites and the ...
Author: Erwin W. Lutzer
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Every Christian longs for a better and more intimate prayer life. And one of the most effective ways to grow more powerful in prayer is to learn from the prayers of others. In this way they discover new ways to pray--new requests, concerns, and thanksgivings they can bring to God's throne of grace. That's what makes Covering Your Life in Prayer so special. It's an opportunity to "listen in" to a wide variety of personal and heartwarming prayers--prayers for... personal peace and faithfulness in difficult situations wisdom when making tough decisions a better understanding of our place in God's plans a willingness to cease struggling and let God be God God's work in the lives of both loved ones and unsaved friends Readers will find this a wonderful resource for expanding their prayer horizons and enriching their relationship with God.