Author: Marion Jean C. Adams- ActonPublish On: 1874
enjoyable than other like walks , but in the inmost recesses of his heart he
perfectly well knew that he was laying up for himself foundations of a stronghold
that was to contain a monster - a green - eyed monster , which is apt to grow grim
And now , perched upon one enormous mass of stone , there towered upward a
beacon of blazing furze and pine . In its heart were tar barrels and the monster
bred heat enough to remind the granite beneath it of those fires that first moulded
Shaggy hadn't been paying much attention to his surroundings ever since he'd
seen the Mist Monster float slowly toward him on Main Street. If he had been
paying attention, Shaggy wouldn't have run toward the drawbridge. He wouldn't
Address - Town. State. Monsters Pong, the devil doctor, looking more ugly than
ever, came down from his tree and strutted toward them, smiling unpleasantly. "
The mighty hunters of the Cave People are not hurrying up to the Valley of the Mist.
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passed upwards in the same direction along the edge of a steep bank of earth ,
which had then formed the upper ... The gaunt precipice which remained behind ,
like the skeleton of some huge monster divested of its flesh , formed the wall of a
it , into the channel of the stream ; for such they could now discern the water
beneath them to be , and not a lake , or an ... The gaunt precipice which
remained behind , like the skeleton of some huge monster divested of its flesh ,
formed the ...
She did as told , and he sprayed a bitter substance into her mouth . She
swallowed and grimaced , but the hot dryness in her throat lessened . He turned
and called out . “ Shebba ! Come here ! ” A moment later , the monster came into the room ...
Author: Saranne Dawson
Publisher: Love Spell
For generations the people of Volas have been separated--the males living on the mainland, the females in an isolated haven. Their only dealings were for purposes of procreation, and they were strictly scientific rather than sensual. Jordan found this state of affairs an affront to his male pride, and he has sworn to restore the women of Volas to their men.
shot on board which fastened itself on Hans ; he was dragged from amongst
them towards the strange floating mass ... in the clearer atmosphere of our
present knowledge, the great sea-monster which loomed so indefinitely vast in the mist of ...
The. mist. monster. TI Nomo rmour . . . . . . . . . It was a very misty morning . The mist was so thick that when Sally looked through her window she couldn ' t see
the garden at all . ' It ' s like being in the middle of a cloud , ' she thought .
Publisher: Holiday House
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He'll sacrifice her to that bloody monster for an alliance with the name Campbell.
How long do you think it will take Campbell to beat her into submission?" With
each statement Calum's voice became harder and colder. He knew that this ...
There are no explanations as to how such similar stories reached around the
world however among peoples with little or no contact such as the Celts and the
Central American Indians. Monsters of the seas Perhaps no creature in the long ...
Author: Gary R. Varner
Publisher: Algora Publishing
Category: Social Science
Bringing together a medley of stories, myths, and folklore Gary Varner shares a fascination and respect for humankind's early and contemporary cultures and wonders at similarities across the board. Here, he focuses on "Little People" and giants, animals and were-creatures, and the odd, helpful or threatening ways imputed to our earthly companions including dogs and cats, bats and spiders, and the stories people have told each other about them since time immemorial. Gary Varner has performed a valuable service in these books. [Presenting] lore from about the world, a collector's hoard of traditions rich and strange, ... Varner shows there really are obvious and puzzling similarities between widely separated cultures. Gary Varner has pointed the way to some important cross-cultural readings in the ageless themes of stone and water. - Jeremy Harte, Curator of the Bourne Hall Museum, Surrey, England, in Northern Earth magazine, #103, 2005 Menhirs, Dolmen and Circles of Stone is an excellent guide to large-scale magical stones and stone magic. This book is a must for anyone interested in megalithic sites. Most highly recommended. -PanGaia Magazine, United States As with other books by the same author, this is a book based upon broad research into the subject, stretching across the world. What results is a fascinating weave of stories and images, descriptions of sites and associated tales, that leaves a sense of a thousand deities whispering in the air. Because it is so broad a sweep, the positive outcome is an overreaching perspective of the patterns and commonalities held between human communities - our ancestors - all around the world. The book is a sound overview and provocation toresearch more deeply ourselves, to find alternative visions, tales and interpretations, to find out more about the sacred currents, their depths and importance - both to our ancestors and to ourselves. The author's notations are comprehensive, allowing us easily to follow the clues. A valuable piece of work. -The Druid Network, England * Gary R. Varner is a lecturer and writer on folklore and early religions. He is author of several popular books comparing legends and beliefs around the world, including The Mythic Forest, the Green Man & the Spirit of Nature (Algora 2006); Menhirs, Dolmen and Circles of Stone: The Folklore and Magic of Sacred Stone (Algora 2005); and Sacred Wells: A Study in the History, Meaning, and Mythology of Holy Wells. His approach incorporates details from ancient cultures and from Native American, UK and European, Asian, South Pacific and African folklore. Varner is a member of the American Folklore Society.
some Ruing , I think for what then was I , O that the mist which veileth my Tomade
; come What end appointed for — what use I ... Doubt , a blank twilight of the
heart , which mars She seemed a great sea monster lying All sweetest colors in
The smuggling deal . . . . Priya was to stay away from the monster . If ever she
again made any statement to the police , Dwarkesh was to face the brunt of it .
Priya did not go back , once she left her parents ' house . Her parents or brother ,
Monster. *x Stanley had been instructed not to do any heavy work, but shortly
after Marilyn left, he went out behind the inn to turn the compost pile. He needed
to do something to take his mind off what had just happened, and messing
Author: Willard Scott
Publisher: Onyx Books
When death visits a Civil War reenactment, retired TV weatherman Stanley Waters investigates. Reprint.
The two and thirty years were a mist that rolls away ; For all along the valley ,
down thy rocky bed Thy living voice to me ... Or a worse , worse fate may light on
them , And cast more fatal blight on them , She seemed a great sea - monster
The two and thirty years were a mist that rolls away ; For all along the valley ,
down thy rocky bed Thy living voice to me was ... Or a worse , worse fate may
light ' on them , And cast more fatal blight on them , She seemed a great sea - monster ...
When we were some eight hundred feet or more from the summit, the icy iron-
grey mist that had been lurking in all the clefts of the mountain, apparently
watching us, came curling and waving round the rocks above, like some savage monster ...
The movements of the monster were deliberate; it seemed in no way hurried, but
hovered as though it felt sure of its ... Here Monella paused, and then went On
slowly, with a grave shake of the head: “How it would have ended, had the mist
he | the powerful effect her simple and exclaimed , folding me fondly in his
touching mode of telling it might have arms , and kissing me in a sort of ... Monster - monster yet in a mist - a mist of excitement , of - perfidious creature that
I was !