The Survey of Western Palestine

The mound of ' Ajal . ' Ajit means a calf تل عجول ܩܐܵ Sc تل علا .high . The high
mound علاء Tell ' Alla . Perhaps for Rb تل العروس .Sb } Tell el Bellan . The mound
of the thorn - bush تل البلان Oc تل الهية Tell el ' Arůs . The bride's mound .

The Survey of Western Palestine

Author: Claude Reignier Conder

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The Geomantic Year

Saint Bride of Kildare was said to have lived between 450—525 A.D., and legend
says she traveled to various locations in the British Isles, including Glastonbury
where Bride's Mound and a presumed former chapel dedicated to Brigit or St.

The Geomantic Year

Author: Richard Leviton

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595860567

Page: 597

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The spiritual world blesses the Earth at least 58 times a year-here's how you can join the party. Do you think folklore customs about solstices and equinoxes and other regular celebration days are quaint holdovers from the past? Not so. Do you sometimes wish there were a way to include the entire planet in a meditation practice? There is, and it's called the geomantic year. At least 58 times a year the spiritual world-angels, archangels, Ascended Masters, Star-Angels, even the Supreme Being-tunes in to the Earth, blesses, and even heals it in real-time day-long events. Our planet is constantly receiving input from the cosmos and heavenly realms. It's all part of a rhythmic maintenance calendar in which the Earth is enlivened, and all of humanity is invited to participate. This book shows you how. What kinds of events? On Epiphany, January 6, the Christ focuses on the planet to birth his Light. On Bifrost Paints the Planet, April 10, the Great Bear constellation envelopes the Earth in 14 rays of light. On Michaelmas, September 29, the Archangel Michael cleanses the Earth's sacred sites and all their "plumbing." Other events in the geomantic year involve stars, Nature Spirits, holy mountains, River-gods, Pleiadians, Hollow Earth dwellers, Grail Kings, volcano spirits, the Great Mother, and much more. The Geomantic Year documents 58 festival dates that focus on the Earth through its sacred sites, and it provides 58 simple meditations to help you participate. And it offers 12 informative essays linking Earth energies with hot topics such as the Illuminati and world control, parallel universes, the world's gold supply, the Ghost Dance, the Fall of Man, Earth and climate changes, and the apocalyptic year 2012. Why not get out your appointment book and pencil in a few dates: the Earth's expecting you!

Brigid

In Glastonbury, there is a place called Bride's Mound, a site where a monastery
once stood and one where St. Brigid is believed to have visited. This place is also
called Beckery, which is likely derived from bheach na hAorai, roughly meaning ...

Brigid

Author: Courtney Weber

Publisher: Weiser Books

ISBN: 1609259610

Page: 256

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Lady of the Well, the Forge, and the Green Earth, I seek you. --Brigid, I Seek You Brigid—mother, daughter, healer, bard, warrior, fire goddess, goddess of the oak, animals, and magic. Brigid of the spring, her festival Imbolc, oversees fertility of all kinds. Brigid is many things to many people. In this enticing book, Courtney Weber offers up a wide-ranging exposition and celebration of all things Brigid, who is arguably the most popular figure in Celtic mythology and religion. Meet Brigid in her various incarnations—Celtic Pagan Goddess, Christian Saint, and Voudon Loa. Each chapter ends with guided meditations and exercises that help readers tap into Brigid’s healing powers. Inside you’ll find Brigid-focused spells, blessings, recipes, and rituals for love, harmony, protection, and much more.

The Gods in Their Cities

... Lady Nada) 'Paphos, Cyprus (Aphrodite) 'Erice (Eryx), Sicily, Italy (Aphrodite) '
New Bedford, Massachusetts, The Rose Temple (Master Lady Nada) 'Bridget's
Chapel, Beckery (Bride's Mound), Glastonbury, England (as Brigit) 'San Damiano
, ...

The Gods in Their Cities

Author: Richard Leviton

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595827128

Page: 306

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A fresh look at the perennial reality of the gods and how they help humanity-through the planet's sacred sites The "gods" live! Though seemingly relegated to the archives of myth, the "gods" of antiquity are still with us in the form of the Great White Brotherhood. In fact, what the ancients described as their pantheon are members of this is an august assembly of spiritually advanced beings, based on the constellation of the Great Bear. The Gods in Their Cities, based on original clairvoyant research, reveals that the Great White Brotherhood has numerous meeting places for humans throughout the planet's array of holy sites. Seven different Great White Brotherhood types of geomantic locales are documented, and all of them exist in multiple copies on Earth. The Gods in Their Cities shows how myths of many cultures, from the Irish to Sumerians, are actually psychic maps to the planet's secret visionary terrain, to the geomantic locales of the Brotherhood, and how to successfully interact with them. And it probes behind the mythic guises of the Ray Masters, 14 select great Adepts involved with many aspects of Earth life and geomancy since the beginning-including the true identity of Jesus, Mary Magdalene, the Virgin Mary, and Merlin. Merely our knowing that this esoteric Brotherhood and their interactive locales across the Earth exist can inspire confidence, even certainty, that reality, and thus our planet, culture, and individual human lives, have meaning and are purposeful.

Hierophantic Landscapes

... Assiyah, with the physical world correlates of making, actions, and completion,
as we saw at Chalice Well. Gog and Magog is where it starts. This temple, which I
explain in detail below, covers all of Glastonbury, from here to Bride's Mound, ...

Hierophantic Landscapes

Author: Richard Leviton

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1462054153

Page: 700

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The Earth is poised to make a great disclosure. It’s a hierophant. But what’s a hierophant? A person who reveals the holy light. But it can also be a landscape or a planet. And what’s the holy light? It is the structure of reality and consciousness, a map of the heavenly realms, the engineering blueprint of Creation. Some people call this imminent disclosure the Apocalypse and run for cover. But that is mistaken. Apocalypse means the revelation of the divine revelation. It means the end of our picture of the world as we know it. The world itself will be fine, even better than fine. Splendid. Illumined. The Architect of reality lays down His cards, face up, and you see the whole deck. Here is the truth of yourself and the Earth. How will this disclosure work? What we call sacred sites and holy landscapes will start revealing themselves in full to us in all their geomantic and visionary richness. That’s the inner patterning of their design, their arrays of Light temples and subtle palaces primed for our visionary adventures and edification. The Earth needs us to have these adventures and visions because that’s how we keep the planet healthy. Hierophantic Landscapes visits five landscapes from Norway and England to California and Mexico, providing firsthand reports on the visions and adventures of a small band of geomancers as they seek to unravel the mysteries of the Earth. Maybe not such a small band, because along the way we encounter angels, landscape devas, Nature Spirits, and otherworldly mentors, and revel in vistas of the ancient past of the Earth when that revelation was as fresh as a sunrise, as it will soon be again.

Lion of Light

Books by Gordon Strong Stanton Drew and its Ancient Stone Circles King Arthur,
The Waste Landand The New Age Merlin –Master of Magick Tarot Unveiled Sun
God and Moon Maiden – The Secret World of The Holy Grail Brides Mound ...

Lion of Light

Author: Gordon Strong

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 1780996543

Page: 142

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Madame Blavatsky was a pioneering woman, and not only as a traveller, writer and spiritual teacher. She was an inspiration to men and women around the world in Victorian times who desired to follow an independent path. In our own times, the New Age owes most of its spiritual knowledge to her. Blavatsky’s travels in Russia, India and Tibet; her absorbing of many different cultures and her personal magnetism, are the stuff of celebrated legend. Her personal struggles against prejudice and ignorance are a record of one woman’s determination to usher in the Aquarian Age. By her own efforts she established ‘spirituality’ as an ethos. She also taught that the soul - the ‘Inner World’ - of any individual is mysterious and precious. It is a sacred possession, one not to be feared, but cherished. Many myths and exotic tales surround Madame Blavatsky. This phenomenal individual saw herself as having a mission - to inform and enlighten the world. Her beliefs and her vision are even more relevant now than when she first voiced them.

Major League Bride

The velocity with which a ball hit off the sweet spot of the bat soars back past the
occupant on the mound is directly related to the speed of that incoming pitch.
Being a power pitcher with an explosive (albeit erratic) fast- ball, there were many
 ...

Major League Bride

Author: Kathleen Lockwood

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 0786460288

Page: 230

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“My day-to-day existence,” writes Kathleen Lockwood, “rested on the ability of my husband to throw a tiny leather ball over ninety-five miles an hour past a large wooden bat.” If that sounds like hyperbole, consider this: In the 12 years that followed their wedding in 1970, Kathleen and major leaguer Skip would move 35 times. The couple and their growing family endured three player strikes, a handful of trades and trade rumors, and the steady threat of a career-ending arm injury. Kathleen built lifelong friendships with other players’ wives, managed their homes and cared for their children, and shared in the cycle of triumph and defeat that is life in the major leagues.

Austin Bukenya s the Bride

The most prominent feature of the setting of this movement is the mound on
which the moon and her partner dance . Obviously , this mound has a
significance . What is it ? What does it symbolize ? Remember that the mound is
raised higher ...

Austin Bukenya s the Bride

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Bride Fire

They were moving north toward Medicine Mounds, which lay between the Pease
and Red Rivers. ... At night around the fires, people talked of the powerful spirit
who dwelled in the mound and of the medicine that had been sought and ...

Bride Fire

Author: Elizabeth Chadwick

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1497621348

Page: 376

View: 636

A woman is torn between a hardened frontiersman and a Comanche warrior in this blistering Western romance from the author of Virgin Fire. Stranded in the wilderness and desperate for survival, young Cassandra has nearly given up hope when muscular mustanger Alex Harte arrives as salvation. When the rugged wanderer rescues this beautiful seventeen-year-old damsel, he knows his journey is about to take a dramatic turn. Just when Cassandra’s fate seemed safe, Alex and his wild posse have a run-in with an even wilder Comanche. Counts Many Coup has stolen many things from the white man but now he has found the perfect prize: Cassandra. She is stranded again but between the loves of two enemies.

The Three Brides Love in a Cottage

This mound , of larger dimension , was heaped above the giant frame of
manhood . Some sturdy tiller of the soil , or rough dweller in the forest , perhaps
cut off by a sudden casualty , had been laid here in his last leaden sleep - no
more to start ...

The Three Brides  Love in a Cottage

Author: Francis Alexander Durivage

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Page: 408

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A Mound of Many Cities

was going to show me his bride , for on this feast occasion the women were
closely veiled . A fierce young fellow stepped up and declared that it was none of
Jema'an's business , and I should not see her . Jema'an explained to me later
that ...

A Mound of Many Cities

Author: Frederick Jones Bliss

Publisher: London : Published for the Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund by A.P. Watt

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Dark Bride

Can you please come to the old quarry near Shrum Mound?” Curiosity got the
best of me. “Of course, what's wrong?” “I need your advice on something. You'll
see the police cars near the entrance. They have instructions to let you through.

Dark Bride

Author: Jonathan Ryan

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1497663059

Page: 352

View: 231

When Father Neal deciphers a voodoo message with a dire warning, he reveals he is part of the Order of the Five Sorrows—a group dedicated to fighting evil with the use of holy objects present at Christ’s crucifixion—and Aidan is destined to become a member The supernatural unleashed . . . Still reeling from Father Neal’s revelation, Aidan assists his friend Brian by investigating a series of unexplained events at his farm, including eerie lights in the fields at night and his daughter’s fixation with an invisible friend. After women with mysterious powers, who are hunting down a witch from the 1600s, appear, the group embarks on a perilous journey to destroy the Dark Bride before the Grinning Man’s true purpose can come to pass . . . but they will be drawn into a horrific battle that some will not survive.

Journal

If they depart from the customary description of the gods and the demons , or
commit any mistake in the manner of describing the tho - do , the friends of the
bride become angry and break down the mound . Then the bridegroom's party
must ...

Journal

Author: Asiatic Society (Kolkata, India)

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The Baronets Bride

They were all planted by the hand of Kate , And where - for his weakened frame
often and for a long time were watered by her tears . obliged him to pause and
gather strength , But another mound has since been thrown up and still oftener ...

The Baronets   Bride

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Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal

The bridegroom being conscious of his guilt dare not visit the house of the bride's
father , till a long time after the ... any mistake in the manner of describing the Tho
- do , the friends of the bride become angry and break down the mound .

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The Bride s Cook Book

When the vegetables are chilled, mound the spinach in the center of a platter, put
a ring of the beet-dice around this, arrange about the beets a ring of string beans,
and border these with crisp lettuce leaves. Drench all with French dressing, ...

The Bride s Cook Book

Author: Edgar Briggs

Publisher: Applewood Books

ISBN: 1429012595

Page: 164

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This 1915 cook book, compiled by Edgar Briggs, was distributed to California brides.

A Bad Bride s Tale

The only place in the world she stepped into a party and felt that she could never
eat again. Katy walked across her large open-plan living room, her pedicured
toes sinking into the two-inch-thick cream carpet, to a mound of plumped silk ...

A Bad Bride s Tale

Author: Polly Williams

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1405513969

Page: 352

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Two weeks before her wedding Stevie Jonson has got the jitters. Is she finally growing up, or compromising horribly? In love or in denial? Yes, there are good reasons to get married. Babies, or at least the possibility of babies before eggs shrivel up. Sex whenever she wants it. A justification for staying in without feeling like a loser. Contentment, the shave-legs-in-front-of-him kind. And there are very good reasons not to get married. Not wanting to sleep with him unless nothing on telly. Never sleeping with anyone else ever again. His mother. His new bald patch. Being called, 'my wife.' And the disconcerting reappearance of a former major crush, reminder of everything fiance isn't. As the clock ticks, a shocking secret threatens to bring Stevie's future crashing down around her. A hilarious and heartfelt story about love, marriage and mating and what happens when they refuse to schedule.