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Legends of vampires and night stalkers have been around for centuries, the mystery of the night creature is eternal. Many cultures believe in the myth of the night stalker and take their precautions against the undead, the creatures who seek blood by night. Each culture has a name for the night creature. The Latin, sanguisuga, the Serbian, vampir, the Greek, Brucolacas, the Slavonic Magyar-vam (blood), Tpir (monster), the English, vampyr, the Polish, Upirs, the Russian, upyr.The African vampire, the Obayifo, hunts the tribes of Africa, it is said to be the spirit form of a male or female practitioner of occult magick, who leave their body at night in search of human blood.First, we should look closely at the history of the werewolf. The myth of a man turning into a beast is one that has been with us since humans first walked upright. There are cave paintings around the world starting about 10000 years BC that show man turning into a beast (and often its a wolf). The first written account of werewolves comes from a region of Greece called Arcadia. It seems that in Arcadia, some of the popular gods at one time were Zeus Lykaios and Apollo Lykeios meaning Wolfish Zeus and Wolfish Apollo. Their worship was quite shamanic. They kept wolves to be sacrificed to wolfish Zeus and his priests often wore wolf skins. The myth goes that Arcadia had a king named Lycaon. The story goes that Lycaon was a worshipper of wolfish Zeus and invites him to dinner one day. He wants to make him something that he has never eaten before, so he serves him up one of his sons. In anger, wolfish Zeus turns Lycaon into a wolf as punishment, and in some accounts, saves the son from death.So the next time you watch a werewolf movie, or you see werewolf costumes at Halloween, you can smile to yourself as you remember the truth behind the werewolf legend and our noble shamanic ancestors. Think on this concept a bit and other monster stereotypes. How is the myth of the vampire similar?
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Good Game Guys. 07-16-2014
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*Hyped up- GTA 5 finally has a release date scheduled for November 14th. Also another 'Finally', Don't Starve recently showed off the trailer for their new multiplayer mode. With hope it should be open to the public soon. Also Nintendo recently released a new trailer for Super Smash Bros WiiU/3DS. The trailer shows the return of Captain Falcon followed by Fire Emblems Robin and Lucina. Speaking of fighters Tekken 7 was announced during EVO.
*Video Game News - Gearbox releases Borderlands 2 skins and heads based on the characters in the up and coming Borderlands Pre-Sequel. Hitler Assassination mission returns to the Sniper Elite franchise, this time for the latest installment. Alien: Isolation lead designer Gary Napper says 'You can beat Alien without killing anyone'. Manuel Noriegal(Former Dictator of Panama) is suing Activision over his portrail in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.
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Today on Febuary 9 2014 we talk about the new upcoming ps3 version exclusive skins The minecraft show always keeping you up to date on minecraft
Sports talk and discussion with an attitude for the passionate and hard core fan. Today, Bo welcomes Washington Redskins correspondent Jon Fox to the show to share his thoughts and break down how the 'Skins did in the NFL draft and offseason personnel moves. Washington didn't have a pick in the 1st round, but did snare defensive end Trent Murphy from Stanford in the second plus bolstered their interior offensive line with a couple of third round selections. Find out Jon's thoughts and overall grades for the offseason, including the progress of new head coach Jay Gruden and the rehabilitation of franchise QB Robert Griffin III.
Ex. 25.1-9..he Lord said to Moses, 2 “Tell the people of Israel to bring me their sacred offerings. Accept the contributions from all whose hearts are moved to offer them. 3 Here is a list of sacred offerings you may accept from them: gold, silver, and bronze; 4 blue, purple, and scarlet thread; fine linen and goat hair for cloth; 5 tanned ram skins and fine goatskin leather; acacia wood; 6 olive oil for the lamps; spices for the anointing oil and the fragrant incense; 7 onyx stones, and other gemstones to be set in the ephod and the priest’s chest piece.8 “Have the people of Israel build me a holy sanctuary so I can live among them. 9 You must build this Tabernacle and its furnishings exactly according to the pattern I will show you.
Lucianna Padmore was born in the Bronx, NY. She is a drummer and was praised by Modern Drummer magazine for “Deep grooves and serious fusion chops.” She played drums since nine. Her styles include Jazz and Hip-Hop to Funk and Rock Fusion. She attended LaGuardia High School for Music and Performing Arts and New School University. While in school, she received awards from Jazz at Lincoln Center and BMI for outstanding soloing and Jazz Improvisation. An active drummer on stage and in the studio, Lucianna has been involved in projects in the New York scene. She plays in the rock fusion band Stratospheerius with electric violinist Joe Deninzon. They have three CDs, Live Wires, Headspace, and The Next World. She performs with the Primordial Jazz Funktet, and recorded We are Here. Lucianna performs in the New York-based Japanese lead group Neo Blues Maki, a modern NYC-influenced take on traditional Japanese Incca Music. Miss Padmore does Jazz outreach and education in elementary and high schools in NewYork City to keep Jazz music and Music Appreciation alive! She’s performs with tuba player Bob Stewart, Chico Debarge, Amel Larrieux, Kelis, James Spaulding,Shirely Horn, Bertha Hope, Mimi Jones, Pat Tandy Jimmy Heath, Clark Terry, Quincy Jones,Sun Ra Archestra, Josh Rosemen Quintet, Oscar Peterson trio, and Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra. She toured in Austria, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Morocco, and Haiti, and the U.S. Lucianna was featured in a book about drummers called Sticks and Skins. Lucianna endorses of Soul Tone Cymbals.