Dance of the Gods

In the second volume in Roberts' paranormal Circle Trilogy, the Circle of Six prepare to battle for their lives--and their hearts--against the one vampire determined to rule the earth. Original.

Dance of the Gods

In the second volume in Roberts' paranormal Circle Trilogy, the Circle of Six prepare to battle for their lives--and their hearts--against the one vampire determined to rule the earth. Original.

Dance of the Gods

In the second volume in Roberts' paranormal Circle Trilogy, the Circle of Six prepare to battle for their lives--and their hearts--against the one vampire determined to rule the earth. Original.

Dance of the Gods

In the second volume in Roberts' paranormal Circle Trilogy, the Circle of Six prepare to battle for their lives--and their hearts--against the one vampire determined to rule the earth. Original.

Dance of the Gods

Dance of the Gods


Morrigan s Cross Dance of the Gods Valley of Silence

Follows the circle of six as they protect the world--and their hearts--from a vampire who is determined to rule the earth.

Morrigan s Cross Dance of the Gods Valley of Silence

Follows the circle of six as they protect the world--and their hearts--from a vampire who is determined to rule the earth.

Dance With The Gods

Dance With The Gods


Dancing for the Gods

"Dancing for the Gods, Volume 2: The Endangered Spirit Lineage of Nora Dance in Southern Thailand tells the back story of a centuries-old Nora (Manora) lineage, famous in the South for its spirit possession and loud, color dance-drama.

Dancing for the Gods


Dance of the Gods

Raised in a family of demon hunters, Blair Murphy has her own personal demons to fight-- the father who trained, then abandoned her, and the fiance who walked out on her after learning what she is.

Dance of the Gods

Raised in a family of demon hunters, Blair Murphy has her own personal demons to fight-- the father who trained, then abandoned her, and the fiance who walked out on her after learning what she is. Now she finds herself training a sorcerer from 12th century Ireland, a witch from modern day New York, a scholar and a shape changer from the mythical land of Geall, while trying to keep herself from staking the sixth of their circle and host: a vampire sired by Lilith, the vampire queen they've been charged with defeating on Samhain. No stranger to butt-kicking, Blair finds herself taking a good whipping when it comes to that handsome and flirtatious Geallian, Larkin. And a couple of run-ins with Lilith's right-hand gal gives Blair more than she reckoned for, mentally and physically. But will she be able to stay afloat long enough to defeat Lilith's loyal in pre-battle bouts? Or will she find herself falling for the one thing she vowed never to give in to again? If the vampires don't do her in, Larkin is certainly up to the task"--Publisher's web site.

The Gods Come Dancing

The Gods Come Dancing


Dancing with the Gods

When Yoomo began to dance, she insisted that I dance behind her, as novices do when they are learning from their teachers ... Yoomo had said: If a god catches a person, her family will bring her to a medium to have her mouth opened with ...

Dancing with the Gods

Dancing with the Gods: Essays in Ga Ritual explores cosmological concepts and ritual actions of the Ga people of southeastern Ghana through case studies of calendrical agricultural rites, social status transition rites, and redressive rites. Based on fieldwork in the 1960s, the essays present descriptive analyses of verbal and non-verbal ritual action. While verbal ritual actions specify ideas pertinent to a particular rite, non-verbal ritual actions express more general concepts. Kilson’s analyses show how the same motifs of non-verbal ritual action recur in sacred and secular Ga rites. Whenever and wherever such motifs occur, they convey the same basic underlying Ga concepts, thereby creating a unified conceptual network of belief that is the foundation of the Ga ritual system. The essays in this collection previously appeared in Anthropos, Journal of African Studies, Journal of Religion in Africa, Parabola, and Sextant.

Dancing Gods

Dancing Gods


Dancing for the Gods

This book is a photographic voyage at the discovery of few Balinese dances; in this country where dance and music are gifts for the gods.

Dancing for the Gods

This book is a photographic voyage at the discovery of few Balinese dances; in this country where dance and music are gifts for the gods. Having been very influenced by Sebasti�o Salgado, who he admires enormously, we find in the photos of Patrice Delmotte an aesthetic research into light, more particularly of the light of his youth in which we see the clear-obscure so popular with the Flemish painters. We also find in his compositions, the experience of a graphic artist. The emotions and atmospheres that appear in his work reflect and express his intimate passion for Asia.

The River of Dancing Gods

BEYOND THE SEA OF DREAMS Life had not been kind to Joe and Marge.

The River of Dancing Gods

BEYOND THE SEA OF DREAMS Life had not been kind to Joe and Marge. Now, according to the strangers who met them on a road that wasn't there, they were due to die in nineteen minutes, eighteen seconds. But the ferryboat that waited to take them across the Sea of Dreams could bring them to a new and perhaps better life. There lay a world where fairies still danced by moonlight and sorcery became real. Joe could become a mighty-thewed barbarian warrior. Marge could be beautiful and find her magical self. But there was much more than they realised to this strange land. This was a world where Hell still strove to win its ancient war and demon princes sent men into battles of dark magic. It was a world where Joe and Marge must somehow prevent the coming of Armageddon.

The Dance Gods

T H E D A N C E G O D S "Kenny pears vastly enjoyable auto- “. . . a vivid and absorbing evocation of biography, The Dance Gods: A New one dancer's life . . . offering not only York Memoir, is a candid account of the honest story of his ...

The Dance Gods

Pearl was the Artistic director of Toronto Dance Theatre from 1983-1987. He toured internationally with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, danced independently, and with the Martha Graham Dance Company. Pearl also was Artistic Director of the School of Toronto Dance Theatre in 1991-1992, and taught in the School for the next decade. He has also taught at the Martha Graham School, the Juilliard School, the Ailey School, and at the New York High School of Performing Arts.

Gods who Dance

Gods who Dance


Dancing Gods

solemnity, in which the gods themselves are personified, to dances of a purely social and humorous character. In the masked dances the masked figures symbolize the actual presence of the god. Ceremonies for the initiation of children at ...

Dancing Gods

The dances and ceremonials of the Native Americans of the Southwest are described and explained this information, authentic guidebook. The author, internationally famous Erna Fergusson, has drawn upon many years of personal observation and careful research. The principal religious ceremonies of the Pueblo Indians of the Rio Grande, as well as those of the Zuñi and Hopi, are represented with an understanding of their background and significance. The reader learns about such colorful events as the Corn Dances and the Eagle Dance, and spectacular ceremonies like the Shaloko of Zuñi and the Snake-dances of the Hopis. Navajo and Apache ceremonials are covered at length, with an introduction to the life-patterns of these remarkable people. Besides the principal dances widely attended by tourists, this book discusses many of the lesser-known but equally interesting and dramatic happenings which have been a part of the religious life of Southwestern Native Americans for hundreds of years. Sixteen full-page illustrations of paintings by prominent artists give insight into the subject.

Dance with Me Gods

Pakatu, a thirteen-year-old Pueblo boy, experiences conflicting emotions as his usually peaceful people wage war against the Spaniards who have banned the Pueblo religion.

Dance with Me  Gods

Pakatu, a thirteen-year-old Pueblo boy, experiences conflicting emotions as his usually peaceful people wage war against the Spaniards who have banned the Pueblo religion.

To Dance with God

"To Dance With God has been an important book in my life for some time now". -- Bill Moyers Public Affairs Television, Inc.Filled with practical suggestions for celebrations for both families and communities.

To Dance with God

"To Dance With God has been an important book in my life for some time now". -- Bill Moyers Public Affairs Television, Inc.Filled with practical suggestions for celebrations for both families and communities.