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Best Fantasy Books For Urban Fantasy Fans

Fantasy has never been more popular, and urban fantasy is becoming a serious genre all its own. What are some of the best fantasy books for urban fantasy fans? There is no single answer to this, as ..
(December 29, 2008)
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Europe by Train - The Best Way to See Europe on a Budget

My last trip to Europe was a solo four week train journey that included some dozen countries. This advantage to this was that I got to see lots of places. The downside was that I didn't stay anywhere .
(October 05, 2008)
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The Celtic Calendar and the Wheel of the Year Literal Vs ..

What kind of calendar did the ancient Celts use? Many people today believe that the Celts used a calendar made of thirteen months that was based on Ogham, or the tree alphabet. Robert Graves helped ..
(October 08, 2008)
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The Law of Attraction and Possible Worlds

Is there one Reality, with a capital R or are there many realities? Is this a serious question, or something to ponder while watching a Twilight Zone rerun? Well, some quantum physicists now believe ..
(May 09, 2008)
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The Art of Liminal Travel

Liminality refers either to things that are emerging or to things that are in an in-between state, such as between places, life situations or kinds of social status. It was originally used to ..
(April 19, 2008)
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New Age Liminality

The word “liminality" comes from the Latin, “limen", which means threshold. It was first used by writers such as Arnold van Gennep to describe rituals or rites of passage in which the ..
(April 12, 2008)
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