Creb went with her, stopping to get a burning brand from the cave fire. The woman dumped everything beside an unlit fireplace Ayla hadn't noticed before and hurried back into the cave while Creb started a fire.
Author: Jean M. Auel
This novel of awesome beauty and power is a moving saga about people, relationships, and the boundaries of love. Nominated as one of America’s best-loved novels by PBS’s The Great American Read Through Jean M. Auel’s magnificent storytelling we are taken back to the dawn of modern humans, and with a girl named Ayla we are swept up in the harsh and beautiful Ice Age world they shared with the ones who called themselves The Clan of the Cave Bear. A natural disaster leaves the young girl wandering alone in an unfamiliar and dangerous land until she is found by a woman of the Clan, people very different from her own kind. To them, blond, blue-eyed Ayla looks peculiar and ugly—she is one of the Others, those who have moved into their ancient homeland; but Iza cannot leave the girl to die and takes her with them. Iza and Creb, the old Mog-ur, grow to love her, and as Ayla learns the ways of the Clan and Iza’s way of healing, most come to accept her. But the brutal and proud youth who is destined to become their next leader sees her differences as a threat to his authority. He develops a deep and abiding hatred for the strange girl of the Others who lives in their midst, and is determined to get his revenge. This eBook includes the full text of the novel plus the following additional content: • An Earth’s Children® series sampler including free chapters from the other books in Jean M. Auel’s bestselling series • A Q&A with the author about the Earth’s Children® series
A fire , then , burns at a distance , behind the men and above them . ... In cave or " world ” all is but the image of an image . ... The Forgotten Path Thus , in that cave , inside that cave , burns a fire “ in the image of a sun .
Author: Luce Irigaray
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Category: Social Science
A radically subversive critique brings to the fore the masculine ideology implicit in psychoanalytic theory and in Western discourse in general: woman is defined as a disadvantaged man, a male construct with no status of her own.
And they kept looking, He and Eve, towards the cave, and at the fire that flared up around it. 43:14 But that fire was from Satan. For he had gathered trees and dry grasses, and had carried and brought them to the cave, and had set fire ...
It was not long before they could hear some movement at the front of the cave. No one moved. Whoever it was, they stopped before reaching the cave and sniffed, then moved off a little to sniff where the fire had been.
Author: J.B. Moonstar
Publisher: 4 Horsemen Publications, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Dive into a world filled with nature and self-discovery as Jenna finds herself part of the Legend of the White Wolf... A desperate call for help starts Jenna on a fast-paced journey to try and save Ituria, a unicorn trapped by hunters. After freeing him from the hunter’s cave, she must also protect him from a renegade wolf intent on taking over Ituria’s forest home. Jenna may be human in East Forest, but when she travels into the Middle Forest she takes on another form: a large white wolf. Though she may look like a wolf, she doesn't fool all of the animals she encounters. Animals have many ways to identify and assess their environments and every animal’s survival is dependent on their many senses. She will have to learn how animals think in order to earn the trust of the creature who lives in the cave. Join Jenna on her adventures in Middle Forest to rescue a unicorn, with the help of the forest animals and a very large dragon. During her quest, Jenna learns how she fits into the Legend of the White Wolf and must decide if she is brave enough to see it through!
Cave. Beth didn't know how long it took them to get to the island. But it was dusk when they landed. She was thankful the rescue boat ... She also wondered if the rifles would fire in all of this rain. They came to the bottom of a hill ...
Author: Marianne Hering
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
It’s 1852 and cousins Patrick and Beth sail to Fiji on the HMS Calliope under the command of Captain James E. Home. They arrive at the islands to find that the Christian Fijians are at war with the non-Christian Fijians. Missionary James Calvert is trying to make peace and suggests that the captain allow peace negotiations on board the British vessel. Patrick and Beth learn about sacrificial living when they observe Calvert’s determination to live on Fiji despite the dangers and impoverished conditions and that he is willing to risk his life to live as Jesus would.
And they kept looking, he and Eve, towards the cave, and at the fire that flared up around it. But that fire was from Satan. For he had gathered trees and dry grasses, and had carried and brought them to the cave, and had set fire to ...
She lifted Megan off the mare's back and carried her into the back of the shallow cave, then unsaddled the mare and covered her with the other blanket, and made their camp. A fire made a difference, although Brierley had to hunt beneath ...
Author: Paula Downing King
Publisher: Hachette UK
"Mother Ocean Daughter Sea Strength Unchanging Strengthen Me" The Shari'a are an ancient race. They are un-warlike and they are ruled by their shamanic witches. The Allemanii are more recently arrived in their locale and are both awed and made fearful by the magical powers of the witches. After generations of peaceful coexistence, a cataclysm occurred out of nowhere and the Allemanii turned on their neighbors and hosts, slaughtered most of them and scattered the survivors. Suddenly, to be a Shari'a is proscribed and to be caught practicing their magic is to be hunted to the death. In MOTHER OCEAN, DAUGHTER SEA, Brierly, thinking herself to be the last of her long-lost kind, practices the forbidden ancient healing art at constant risk of her life. Execution is the penalty if she is caught but her need to help those who are themselves in need is stronger than any fear for her own safety. "If I am the last, I will be a flame to the end." But her attempt to save the wife of a nobleman sworn to wipe out her kind plunges her into a conspiracy of deceit and a hidden power struggle more deadly than anything she has ever known. Her fight for survival may lead her to a love for the ages and, perhaps, to discover the surviving remnants of her people--if she lives.
Soon dark was upon them and outside the Cave the fire was burning nicely. It was a fire for a ceremony, not one to keep you warm or to cook out on, Fancy learned. The full moon was beginning to show itself. “What is a full moon ceremony ...
Into the cave. I see fire in the distance." He pointed. On the dark horizon the balls of fire rose from Shayeen, heading their way. Chariots of fire. Vale grimaced. Had they been seen, or was this a routine patrol?
Author: Daniel Arenson
The people of Requiem. For centuries, they've been languishing as slaves, chained and collared in a distant desert, their homeland in ruins. For centuries, they could not summon their ancient magic, doomed to remain in human forms while once they could fly as dragons. For centuries, they suffered under the whips of the seraphim, angelic overlords with swan wings, gentle haloes, and eternal cruelty. Now, for the first time, a savior rises. Meliora once thought herself a princess of seraphim. She lived in a palace, and she too owned slaves from Requiem. Yet when Meliora learns the truth--that her father was a slave, that she too could become a dragon--she leaves her life of wealth and power. She joins the enslaved. She tells her brother, king of the seraphim: "The children of Requiem will fly again." With a handful of brave souls, Meliora seeks to escape the land of slaves, to find the mythical key that can unlock their cursed collars… that can let Requiem's people fly as dragons again. ____________ THE REQUIEM SERIES: Requiem: Dawn of Dragons Book 1: Requiem's Song Book 2: Requiem's Hope Book 3: Requiem's Prayer Requiem: Song of Dragons Book 1: Blood of Requiem Book 2: Tears of Requiem Book 3: Light of Requiem Requiem: Dragonlore Book 1: A Dawn of Dragonfire Book 2: A Day of Dragon Blood Book 3: A Night of Dragon Wings Requiem: The Dragon War Book 1: A Legacy of Light Book 2: A Birthright of Blood Book 3: A Memory of Fire Requiem: Requiem for Dragons Book 1: Dragons Lost Book 2: Dragons Reborn Book 3: Dragons Rising Requiem: Flame of Requiem Book 1: Forged in Dragonfire Book 2: Crown of Dragonfire Book 3: Pillars of Dragonfire Requiem: Dragonfire Rain Book 1: Blood of Dragons Book 2: Rage of Dragons Book 3: Flight of Dragons
Sneachta breathed out a small ball of fire that lit the cave on the way in and hit the back wall, illuminating a cavern with stone walls so smooth they could almost serve as mirrors. In the back of the cave several birds were huddled ...
Author: Vincent Trigili
Publisher: Vydorian Realms Publishing
Three years before Lord Silverleaf took his famous flight against the Fifth Council's armies, Elwyn, a young dragonmaster kills his first victims ripping him from his peaceful life. Now, Elwyn must overcome the madness, and lead his closest friends into battle if any of them are to have any chance to survive the coming darkness. Themes: Dragons Magic Epic Fantasy Clean Young Adult Adventure Optimistic Comming of Age
gully and in front of us, black on black, was the entrance to a cave. It would have been impossible to see except for the swirling clouds of spirits entering it. Then I heard a noise different to the screams of hate. It was a roar, ...
Author: Peter R. Ellis
Publisher: Elsewhen Press
London, 1680. The famous philosopher, Sir Robert Boyle, is about to demonstrate the results of his investigations of the phosphorus and its cold fire to fellows of the Royal Society and other guests. Far away at the edge of Wales an alchemist learns of the discovery and, helped by his young assistant, attempts in his own way to form the mysterious material, little suspecting that his work threatens to open the universe to the evil power of the Malevolence. Summoned by the Brains, September, the Cludydd o Maengolauseren, arrives charged with halting the Malevolence’s storm of destruction. But how? She finds herself out of her time and in a world not quite her own. Nevertheless her experience of the Malevolence tells her that she must do something. The fantastic beasts she encounters may come to her aid, if she can work out how to save them from the Cold Fire. For September, hardly any time has passed since she was trying to save Gwlad in Peter R. Ellis’ thrilling fantasy series Evil Above the Stars. Now, in the first of the September Weekes novels, she appears to be closer to home, at least in space if not time. But not everything is as she’d expect it, and she still seems to be wearing her school uniform! Combining science, fantasy and adventure, this is a novel truly worthy of the designation Speculative Fiction.
Seven : meditation 1 : the light of reason Chapter seven presents a meditation on the element of fire . It is full of references to ... Behind them , up the slope , burns a fire , the only source of light in the darkness of the cave .
Author: Hanneke Canters
Publisher: Manchester University Press
This book provides a rich feast of literary and philosophical insight, offering as it does the first English commentary on Luce Irigaray's poetic text, Elemental Passions. It explores Irigaray's images and intentions, developing the gender drama that takes place within her book, and draws the reader into the conversation between "I-woman" and "you-man" in the text.
Towards the back , in the centre , a fire had been lit and an old woman in a purple cloak sat tending it . A circle of women had begun to form towards the back of the cave . We joined it , arranging ourselves cross - legged on the damp ...
Author: Kathryn Rountree
Publisher: Psychology Press
Embracing the Witch and the Goddess is a detailed survey of present-day feminist witches in New Zealand. It examines the attraction of witchcraft for its practitioners, and explores witches' rituals, views and beliefs about how magic works. The book provides a detailed portrait of an undocumented section of the growing neo-pagan movement, and compares the special character of New Zealand witchcraft with its counterparts in the United States, Great Britain, and Australia. Kathryn Rountree traces the emergence and history of feminist witchcraft, and links witchcraft with the contemporary Goddess movement. She reviews scholarly approaches on the study of witchcraft and deals with the key debates which have engaged the movement's adherents and their critics, and ultimately presents what Mary Daly declared was missing from most historical and anthropological research on witchcraft: a 'Hag-identified vision'. Based on fieldwork amongst witch practitioners, Embracing the Witch and the Goddess is an important contribution to the emerging profile of present-day witchcraft and paganism.
Once upon a time there was a cave in which a lot of people lived. There was a huge, roaring fire and they lived and moved by the light of this fire. They knew nothing of the world outside the cave. They believed firmly that theirs was ...
Author: Swami Chinmayananda
Publisher: Central Chinmaya Mission Trust
Whatever our lifespan may be but we can live only one day at a time. How we live our each day ultimately determines the quality of our total life. Therefore, it is necessary that we begin our day with a noble, elevating and inspiring thought which can set the tone for the day. We all know that as we think and act, so we become. Our thinking is influenced by our vision and values of life we respect. Keeping this in mind, we have compiled such noble thoughts on various topics given by Param Pūjya Gurudev, Swami Chinmayanandajī.
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As you look ahead, you see the path bend slightly, but looking ahead through the trees, you see the first flickering flames of the campfire outside the cave. Now, as you turn the bend in the path, you get your first clear glimpse of the ...
Author: Calvin D. Banyan Banyan Hypnosis Center for Training & Services
Imagine helping others overcome a variety of stubborn problems such as, exam anxiety, lack of confidence, smoking and other bad habits or to amplify their own creativity by focusing the power of their imagination. When you learn to “Easily Hypnotize Anyone”, you can help people tap into their subconscious mind and overcome fears, and anxiety that have been holding them back in their lives. This book covers everything you need to understand what hypnosis is and discover how easy it is to hypnotize other people. This book will answer your questions and open your eyes to the world of hypnotism as a life-changing and rewarding profession.
chained in suchaway thatthey cannot turn, andcan seeonly the wall of thecave infront ofthem. Behind themis a fire; between them andthe fire are people carrying statues, the people hidden behind a wall, while the statues protrude above ...
Author: Andrew Mason
Plato (c.428-347 BCE) stands at the beginning of many debates that have continued throughout the history of philosophy. His literary career spanned fifty years and the influence of his ideas and those of his followers pervaded philosophy throughout antiquity. Andrew Mason's lucid and engaging introduction, draws on recent scholarship to offer a fresh general survey of Plato's philosophy. Aware of the methodological challenges that confront any writer on Plato, Mason handles the issue of Plato's intellectual development and relationship with Socrates with an assured grasp. Thematically structured, the book begins with Plato's principal contribution to metaphysics, the 'Theory of Forms', which forms a necessary background to his thought in many areas. His theory of knowledge, which is intimately linked with the Forms is explored in detail along with Plato's views of the soul, an important theme in itself and an entry point to discussion of his ethics, one of Plato's major concerns. Finally, the book deals with two areas of Plato's thought which have had an especially important historical impact, not confined to academic philosophy: his theory of God and nature, and his aesthetics. Throughout, Mason highlights the continuing themes in Plato's work and how they develop from one dialogue to another.
5), which was used for firing pottery as follows: digging a cave in the ground and covering the cave with firewood, then putting the body in the cave and covering the body with firewood, sealing it with mud, and last igniting to fire ...
Author: Yongxiang Lu
A History of Chinese Science and Technology (Volumes 1, 2 & 3) presents 44 individual lectures, beginning with Ancient Chinese Science and Technology in the Process of Human Civilizations and an Overview of Chinese Science and Technology, and continuing with in-depth discussions of several issues in the History of Science and the Needham Puzzle, interspersed with topics on Astronomy, Arithmetic, Agriculture and Medicine, The Four Great Inventions, and various technological areas closely related to clothing, food, shelter and transportation. This book is the most authoritative work on the history of Chinese Science and Technology. It is the Winner of the China Book Award, the Shanghai Book Award (1st prize), and the Classical China International Publishing Project (GAPP, General Administration of Press and Publication of China) and offers an essential resource for academic researchers and non-experts alike. It originated with a series of 44 lectures presented to top Chinese leaders, which received very positive feedback. Written by top Chinese scholars in their respective fields from the Institute for the History of Natural Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences and many other respected Chinese organizations, the book is intended for scientists, researchers and postgraduate students working in the history of science, philosophy of science and technology, and related disciplines. Yongxiang Lu is a professor, former president and member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE), and Vice Chairman of the National Congress of China.
Tikah continued, “When I felt it was safe to go back toward the front of the cave, I listened for voices, ... The man from the fort took a fire stick out of a shirt pocket lying on the ground and gave it to the other man to strike on ...
Author: Frances Boricchio
The story of Jason McIvers begins in the 1840’s. It follows his life as a trapper, away from civilization and alone in the hills six months out of the year. He is uncouth and unkempt, but to Jason, none of that matters. He is a good man but Jason’s heavy drinking always seems to get him in trouble. Often times a brawl breaks out whenever Jason leaves the hills to sell his furs at Fort Ryerson. As a result, Jason usually ends up in the army’s guardhouse to sleep it off. But during one drunken brawl, someone gets killed and that episode starts Jason on a journey that will change his life forever.