The Draconian Quadrilogy

This all-in-one volume contains all four core titles in Michael Kelly's series of Draconian initiatory manuals.In Apophis, a clear curriculum of Work based upon the Seven Heads of the Ancient Dragon is described in detail.In Ægishjálmur, ...

The Draconian Quadrilogy

Author: Michael Kelly

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781497368866

Page: 380

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This all-in-one volume contains all four core titles in Michael Kelly's series of Draconian initiatory manuals.In Apophis, a clear curriculum of Work based upon the Seven Heads of the Ancient Dragon is described in detail.In Ægishjálmur, this curriculum is interpreted using runes and Norse myth to create a rich and powerful manual of practical Work, using the myth of Sigurd and the Dragon Fafnir as an initiatory model.Dragonscales contains a series of essays which considerably flesh out the themes of the two preceding titles.Finally, in Draconian Consciousness, Kelly delivers the most astonishing body blow of all, pushing the Work into experimental fields on the very fringe of the Abyss and beyond, treading in places where few have ever dared to go, but always with enthusiasm and a sense of mischief.These four titles contain materials which will keep you busy for many lifetimes to come.

King Eochaidh the Horse Warrior

The beautiful Queen Erin Alyth McDaniels is the last heir of the Irish lineage of old.

King Eochaidh the Horse Warrior

Author: Muses'port

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781543010213

Page: 440

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The beautiful Queen Erin Alyth McDaniels is the last heir of the Irish lineage of old. She came to power by chance and circumstances beyond her control. The throne, nor power was something she sought. The men of the family losing their lives against the English threw her into unexpected leadership. Grief took her mother who was the rightful queen, leaving her the last of her grandfather's lineage. Her mother had taught her well. How to be a queen. To save her kingdom Queen Erin Alyth McDaniels must seek the aid of a man she has only heard of through legends of her people. Her mother's people, the Irish claimed he would aid them whenever needed. But her father was said to have known the strange man, personally. He had told her many things about him. Of course, she knew not to believe the fables her Scottish father often told to entertain her and her brother. But what she finds in the small village of Norshires where her father is hailed from will change her life forever. The man whom she seeks to aid her is none other the immortal named Azazel. Fighting against emotions she finds herself falling for this dangerous man against her better judgement. She knows that she keeps them in check in order to effectively rule her kingdom. But all who falls in love the legendary, handsome horse warrior, according to lores comes to a terrible end. She's finds herself fighting to save her country as well as her heart. She's determined not to allow King Eochaidh's callous heart and mannerism defer her in the quest to save her kingdom and win his heart.