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The Demon Code
Author: Adam Blake
Publisher: Sphere
ISBN: 0748123784
Pages: 320
Year: 2012-08-16
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Three years ago, Heather Kennedy left the Metropolitan police under a shadow that has followed her ever since. Now she has been called in to advise on a supposed burglary in the now-defunct British Museum reading room. Kennedy soon establishes that rather than steal anything, someone has broken into the stacks in order to photograph pages from books about Johann Toller, a crazed prophet of 17th century Europe. Toller believed that the end of days was at hand, and he made a number of prophecies relating to the Apocalypse and the events that would precede it. None of them came true. Until now. One after another, the grotesque signs and wonders Toller predicted come to pass, no matter how unlikely they seem. The river Rhine runs bright red, the towers of London bow to kiss the ground, and an angel with a fiery sword is seen over Jerusalem. With the help of a nineteen-year-old girl from a secretive tribe and ex-mercenary Leo Tillman, Kennedy must work to stop the next prophecy coming true - the destruction of an unnamed city...
Code-switching with the Gods
Author: Edward O. D. Love
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110466368
Pages: 400
Year: 2016-10-24
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This volume provides the first comprehensive text edition of the Egyptian language sections of P. Bibliothèque Nationale Supplément Grec. 574 (PGM IV) and analysis of their script, language, and the bilingual spells which they are part of. The magical practices preserved in the PDM and PGM have been published for nearly a century, yet it is only recently that research has focused on investigating the complex relationship between the languages, scripts, and religious traditions they exhibit, as well as the question of who composed, copied, and practiced these spells. Focusing on the bilingual divinations, lust spell, and exorcism of PGM IV, written in the Egyptian and Greek languages - and rendered in Old Coptic scripts and the Greek script respectively - this volume analyses their textual content and ritual mechanics, contextualised among the PDM and PGM, and investigates the potential identities of the magical practitioners of late Roman and Late Antique Egypt. Encompassing the disciplines of Egyptology, Coptology, Papyrology, and Late Antique studies, this volume focuses in particular on the themes of magical practice, bilingualism, script, and the social context of magic in Egypt during the 2nd to 4th centuries CE.
Secrets of the Demon
Author: Diana Rowland
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101476826
Pages: 320
Year: 2011-01-04
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Homicide detective Kara Gillian has a special talent: she can sense the "arcane" in our world, and there's quite a bit of it, even in Beaulac, Louisiana. She's also a summoner of demons, and works on a task force that deals with supernatural crimes. Her partners are attractive and smart FBI agents, but they're not summoners, and they're not telling Kara why they are on this special force with her. To complicate things even more, Kara has pledged herself to one of the most powerful of demons—Demon Lord Rhyzkahl—who helped save her partner's life, but now expects things in return. Meanwhile, she's trying to solve a string of murders that are somehow tied together by money, sex, rock music and...mud. But how can she concentrate on the case when she's not even sure who—or what—her partners are? Secrets of the Demon is the exciting third installment of the Kara Gillian series.
Code Limbo Chapter One
Author: Fogg Cody
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1312181540
Pages: 67
Year: 2014-04-26
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Code Limbo follows the story of Code. He was a normal person in till a major event changed his life forever. Eight years later he leaves hiding. He then sets out to find whoever was responsible for the event. But along the way another life changing event happens. But this event he can't recover from. But after learning the truth he sets plans in motion to finally get revenge.
Society and the Supernatural in Song China
Author: Edward L. Davis
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 0824823982
Pages: 355
Year: 2001-01
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Society and the Supernatural in Song China is at once a meticulous examination of spirit possession and exorcism in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries and a social history of the full panoply of China's religious practices and practitioners at the moment when she was poised to dominate the world economy. Although the Song dynasty (960-1276) is often identified with the establishment of Confucian orthodoxy, Edward Davis demonstrates the renewed vitality of the dynasty's Taoist, Buddhist, and local religious traditions. He charts the rise of hundreds of new temple-cults and the lineages of clerical exorcists and vernacular priests; the increasingly competitive interaction among all practitioners of therapeutic ritual; and the wide social range of their patrons and clients.
The Code of Silence Collection
Author: Tim Shoemaker
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310751233
Pages: 992
Year: 2015-03-03
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This three-book bindup of Tim Shoemaker’s Code of Silence novels takes readers on a series of realistic, nail-biting adventures. In Code of Silence, friends Cooper, Hiro, and Gordy witness a robbery … but when it appears several cops are behind the crime, they aren’t sure who they can trust. Telling the truth could be deadly. But remaining silent could mean an innocent man’s life. In Back Before Dark, the three friends find themselves caught in a trap that leads to Gordy’s abduction. As time goes by without any clues or messages from the kidnapper, Cooper takes things into his own hands. But his choices could place him in even greater danger. Finally, in Below the Surface, what was meant as a peaceful summer vacation turns frightening when Hiro is convinced she witnessed a murder on the lake. Though her instincts are rarely wrong, it appears Hiro may be mistaken this time. Unless the strange accidents happening to Cooper and Gordy are signs of something deeper and more frightening than any of them could imagine.
Code Name Joshua
Author: S. K. Alfstad
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1622950062
Pages: 208
Year: 2013-02
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'They're always lurking, invisibly, in the world, searching for a receptive vessel. The most vulnerable are people filled with fear and hatred. However, the situation with Muslov Deshnue is too important an evil to let only junior archfiends handle it. This is when a head demon gets involved; he makes sure wrong is done right. The heart of man is where activity begins, good or bad. It is a spiritual, intangible thing that can't be scientifically analyzed.' Magnus Stone wants to be a good family man and live a quiet life in Central Texas. When confronted and asked to be an operative in the Unconventional Terrorism Department of the Central Intelligence Agency, he does not want to fulfill his destiny and legacy. Or does he? Magnus has to wrestle with his own inner demons to find the answer to that question. Little does he know that before he even has a chance to decide, he will be faced with real demons! Magnus has no choice but to step up as he becomes Code Name Joshua.
Honoring the Code
Author: Matt Barton
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1466567546
Pages: 240
Year: 2016-04-19
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If you want to be successful in any area of game development—game design, programming, graphics, sound, or publishing—you should know how standouts in the industry approach their work and address problems. In Honoring the Code: Conversations with Great Game Designers, 16 groundbreaking game developers share their stories and offer advice for anyone aspiring to a career in the games industry. You’ll learn from their triumphs and failures and see how they dealt with sweeping changes in technology, including critical paradigm shifts from CD-ROMs and 3D graphic cards to the Internet and mobile revolution. The book presents in-depth interviews with a diverse mix of game professionals, emphasizing the makers of adventure games, role-playing games, and real-time strategies. It focuses on developers who have contributed to multiple eras or genres as well as those who have hired, taught, or mentored newcomers. Since the mobile revolution has opened up new demographics and new gameplay mechanics, the book features current developers of games for mobile devices. It also explores how indie game developers are making commercial-quality games with a small team mostly using free tools and funded with crowdsourcing applications. While there are plenty of resources available for aspiring game developers to learn the necessary technical skills, there is hardly any historical material on the culture that made the games industry possible. Filling the void, this book provides a historical and cultural context for the games industry. It takes you into the minds of the pioneers who blazed the trails and established the industry as we know it today.
The Da Vinci Code : Fact Or Fiction?
Author: Hank Hanegraaff, Paul L. Maier
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 1414302797
Pages: 81
Year: 2004
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Examines the myths of the novel "The Da Vinci Code" in order to help readers separate fact from fiction in the book.
Centurion Verse Code
Author: Charles E. Miller
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 146913800X
Pages: 85
Year: 2011-12-21
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ATTENTION!I have secured these decoded hymns for your self-protection & your guidance in the field of combat against the adversary. Study them well, well for your protection & batte confidence. Remember: these songs of grace & and mercy are from my Commander, my Lord in the field of engagement. Treat these simple songs as rules of engagement with the enemy who is all about you. I shall return . . .
Journal of Pascal, Ada & Modula-2
Year: 1984
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The Demon Card
Author: Jason Strange
Publisher: Capstone
ISBN: 1434232964
Pages: 62
Year: 2012-01-01
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When thirteen-year-old Mark Dannon finds the DeathBringer character in his new pack of Epic Heroes cards, the fantasy card games he plays with his friends start turning into a dangerous reality.
Fundamental World of Quantum Chemistry
Author: Per-Olov Löwdin, Erkki Brändas, Eugene S. Kryachko
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402012918
Pages: 1373
Year: 2003
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The Temple Mount Code
Author: Charles Brokaw
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429996374
Pages: 352
Year: 2011-11-08
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An old friend summons dashing linguistics professor Thomas Lourds to Jerusalem to examine an ancient text. But Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, also wants the same document. Khamenei and many others believe that the book contains a secret that will allow its owner to rule all of Islam and wage a Global Jihad the likes of which has never been seen before. Arriving in Jerusalem, Lourds discovers that his friend has been murdered and his apartment ransacked. With the help of Miriam Abata, a beautiful Iranian-American Jewish graduate student, he races against the clock to seek the dangerous document: Lourds seeks to save civilization while his enemies hope to destroy it. Continuing the New York Times bestselling series that includes The Atlantis Code and The Lucifer Code, The Temple Mount Code will appeal to readers interested in history and treasure hunting in the Holy Land and is perfect for fans of Dan Brown, Brad Meltzer, James Rollins, and Steve Berry. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Interfacing Microcomputers to the Real World
Author: Murray Sargent, Richard L. Shoemaker
Publisher: Advanced Book Program
Pages: 288
Year: 1981
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