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From the Realm of the Ancestors: An Anthology in Honor of Marija Gimbutas

One of the greatest archeologists of the 20th Century, Mariya Gimbutas was a fresh, innovative thinker who ushered in a new era of thought on the prehistory of Eastern Europe—and the world.

For one thing, she documented much of the transitional period when animal deities were transitioning to quasi-human deities.

For another she documented a peaceful, prosperous culture that she called “Old Europe,” which existed for centuries or millennia before the invasion of the patriarchal cultures of Eurasia forever changed the course of European history.

Her books are profusely illustrated with archeological finds and beautifully written so that lay readers an understand them.

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H5D7096 Lascaux Cave Painting Ancient Art 20×16 FRAMED CANVAS PRINT

BRAND NEW STUNNING FRAMED CANVAS, GREAT AS A GIFT, SOUVENIR OR FOR COLLECTION! CANVAS WILL BE STRETCHED ON A WOODEN FRAME, READY TO HANG (FRAMED CANVAS). International delivery usually takes around 15 days to USA, 14-25 days to other countries.

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Schleich Quetzalcoatlus Toy Figure, Mini

Named after an Aztec deity, the Quetzalcoatlus was the largest airworthy animal ever found. With an impressive wingspan of nearly thirteen meters, this reptile also had a long neck and head, and nearly three meters long legs. This reptile, covered with a light fur, had the physique of a bird – with hollow bones and powerful wings, and was able to look for food, wading in the water. Despite its size, the Quetzalcoatlus probably only weighed about 100 kg.

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Tatanka

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The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot

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Norse Myths and Legends (Usborne Illustrated Guide to)

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Bear in the Big Blue House: Where is Bear? (Bright & Early Books(R))

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Animals of God, Volume Two (Volume 2)

Two more stories of animals that encountered saints…told by the animals‘ points of view! Stories include: “The Lion Who Lost His Appetite” Rex the Lion has it made. A bloody persecution is being raged against the Christians of Antioch, and it’s Rex’s job, along with his wife Leonie the Lioness, to meet’n’eat the helpless prisoners thrown into the Colosseum. Rex can hardly wait! After all, what more could a lion want than a tasty man for breakfast every morning? Sure, he misses his home in the jungle and detests his cage, but the delectable menu makes it well worth it. Then one day a beautiful young lady named Thecla is thrown into the arena to be killed, and things will never be the same for Rex and Leonie again. A delightful tale of a saint’s unwavering trust and God’s infinite power, told from the lion’s point of view! “Cuthbert for Breakfast” Chester the Gosling would give anything to be like his big brother Cuthbert. Cuthbert has it all – sleek handsome feathers, strong graceful wings, a winning personality, and a whole gaggle of friends. In fact, Cuthbert is the most popular gander around. He and his buddies have all the fun, while poor little Chester with his downy feathers can only paddle around the pond with his best friend Delmer, learning to swim. When Cuthbert and the Goose Gang plan a raid on a cornfield, Chester begs his brother to let him and Delmer come. Little do they know, as they fly off on their first great adventure, that things are about to go terribly wrong. When the geese are captured and his brother killed, Chester knows all is lost. Enter Saint Werburga, the owner of the cornfield, and a breathtaking miracle is performed. An endearing story of brotherly love and God’s unfailing mercy, told by the little goose’s point of view!

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Christian Animism

Come follow the Cosmic Christ on the path of the green priesthood, deep into the heart of a living web of Divine Creation. “Christian animism“, for many, can suggest nothing more than crude syncretism, or a blasphemous oxymoron. In this book the author challenges that view, from his own experiences and reflections, and those of many who find themselves on the fringes of church and society. He also searches out the fertile places of his own Christian tradition, seeking to hear a Word of healing for our Earth, a Word of grace for the trees and the animals, and a Word of invitation back to the garden of Creation, our once and future home.

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The Song of the Bird

“Every one of these stories is about YOU.” –Anthony de Mello

Everyone loves stories; and in this book the bestselling author of Sadhana: A Way to God shares 124 stories and parables from a variety of traditions both ancient and modern. Each story resonates with life lessons that can teach us inescapable truths about ourselves and our world.

De Mello’s international acclaim rests on his unique approach to contemplation and ability to heighten self-awareness and self-discovery. His is a holistic approach, and in the words of one reviewer: “his mysticism cuts across all times and peoples and is truly a universal invitation.” The Song of the Bird uses the familiar yet enduring medium of the story to illustrate profound realities that bring us in touch with the problems and concerns of daily life, as well as with our common spiritual quest. The aim is to develop the art of tasting and feeling the message of each story to the point that we are transformed. “Let the story speak to your heart, not to your brain,” the author directs. “This may make something of a mystic out of you.”

Enhanced by lovely ink drawings, this is indeed a volume to treasure, to share, and to read many times over, for it is everyone’s best companion on the road to spiritual growth.

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