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The Pomegranate Seed By Jessica Bailey
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Lilia used to think that myths were just intersting stories, yet when she tries to pick a mysterious flower she is suddenly transported into the Underworld and is offered a pomegranate seed by a... More > strange man. Denying the man who she soon learns is Prince Tynan, God of Flame, and son of Persephone and Hades, Lilia begins to realize that myths are more real then she ever imagined.< Less
Pomegranate Seeds By Alveric Yates
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Jane is a nice, well-educated girl from Atlanta. When her Dad gets a job doing terraforming on B-3, she says goodbye to Earth. She makes sure to lose her virginity before she leaves, though, because... More > you never know--not everyone who boards the Ship survives. Sometimes the Ship "eats" passengers. Or makes them crew--it's a real risk. So when she tells her parents she's no longer a virgin, she says, "Don't you think I should?" And she is indeed taken by the Ship. On the plus side, she meets a nice young man from Paradise (which is a real dump). His name's Rig. His right hand is quite a bit larger than his left hand, and one of his eyes sees infra-red.< Less
Pomegranate Deseeder: How to Extract Pomegranate Seeds Easily By Simon Marlow
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The Secret to Deseeding Pomegranates Fast! Two simple zero cost methods to deseeding pomegranates, NO special equipment required. Pomegranates are a wonderful fruit surrounded by a swath of bitter... More > pith that makes the pomegranate eating experience less than favorable. Removing the seeds from the pomegranate can be time consuming and very messy. However there are two secret approaches that can be used to easily remove the seeds within a few minutes without the mess. They are; The Wet Method, Ideal for Fresh or Older Pomegranates The Dry Method, Ideal for Very Fresh Pomegranates Both approaches require no special tools and both ways easily release the seeds from the pomegranate husk. As the above titles infer one method uses water whilst the other does not. However at the end of each short process you have a supply of wonderful pomegranate seeds with no pith and with no mess. Better still for those that recycle, these methods allow complete composting of the pomegranate remnants.< Less
The Red Seeds Tarot By Linda Hill
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A journey through the major arcana of the Tarot using the Labyrinth and other sacred symbols as the landscape in which the archetypes of the tarot come alive and are available for reflection and... More > meditation. Full colour prints from original linocuts.< Less
Tanglewood Tales By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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In the old city of Trœzene, at the foot of a lofty mountain, there lived, a very long time ago, a little boy named Theseus. His grandfather, King Pittheus, was the sovereign of that country,... More > and was reckoned a very wise man; so that Theseus, being brought up in the royal palace, and being naturally a bright lad, could hardly fail of profiting by the old king's instructions. His mother's name was Æthra. As for his father, the boy had never seen him. But, from his earliest remembrance, Æthra used to go with little Theseus into a wood, and sit down upon a moss-grown rock, which was deeply sunken into the earth. Here she often talked with her son about his father, and said that he was called Ægeus, and that he was a great king, and ruled over Attica, and dwelt at Athens, which was as famous a city as any in the world. Theseus was very fond of hearing about King Ægeus, and often asked his good mother Æthra why he did not come and live with them at Trœzene.< Less
Tanglewood Tales By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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In the old city of Trœzene, at the foot of a lofty mountain, there lived, a very long time ago, a little boy named Theseus. His grandfather, King Pittheus, was the sovereign of that country,... More > and was reckoned a very wise man; so that Theseus, being brought up in the royal palace, and being naturally a bright lad, could hardly fail of profiting by the old king's instructions. His mother's name was Æthra. As for his father, the boy had never seen him. But, from his earliest remembrance, Æthra used to go with little Theseus into a wood, and sit down upon a moss-grown rock, which was deeply sunken into the earth. Here she often talked with her son about his father, and said that he was called Ægeus, and that he was a great king, and ruled over Attica, and dwelt at Athens, which was as famous a city as any in the world. Theseus was very fond of hearing about King Ægeus, and often asked his good mother Æthra why he did not come and live with them at Trœzene.< Less
Tanglewood Tales By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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In Tanglewood Tales (written as a follow-up to A Wonder Book for Girls & Boys), Nathaniel Hawthorne presents six more stories adapted from Greek mythology: The Minotaur (Theseus and the... More > Minotaur), The Pygmies (Hercules and Antaeus the giant), The Dragon’s Teeth (Cadmus and the founding of Thebes), Circe’s Palace (Odysseus and Circe), The Pomegranate Seeds (Pluto’s abduction of Proserpina) and The Golden Fleece (Jason and the Argonauts). This new digital edition of Tanglewood Tales includes an image gallery.< Less
Tanglewood Tales By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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In Tanglewood Tales (written as a follow-up to A Wonder Book for Girls & Boys), Nathaniel Hawthorne presents six more stories adapted from Greek mythology: The Minotaur (Theseus and the... More > Minotaur), The Pygmies (Hercules and Antaeus the giant), The Dragon’s Teeth (Cadmus and the founding of Thebes), Circe’s Palace (Odysseus and Circe), The Pomegranate Seeds (Pluto’s abduction of Proserpina) and The Golden Fleece (Jason and the Argonauts).< Less
Tanglewood Tales By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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In Tanglewood Tales (written as a follow-up to A Wonder Book for Girls & Boys), Nathaniel Hawthorne presents six more stories adapted from Greek mythology: The Minotaur (Theseus and the... More > Minotaur), The Pygmies (Hercules and Antaeus the giant), The Dragon’s Teeth (Cadmus and the founding of Thebes), Circe’s Palace (Odysseus and Circe), The Pomegranate Seeds (Pluto’s abduction of Proserpina) and The Golden Fleece (Jason and the Argonauts).< Less
Opal Skies By Abraham McDaniel
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Her eyes are opal skies her lips are the dark pigment of pomegranate jewels there is lightning in her essence and thunder in her soul creating a perfect storm opening portals where minds connect like... More > myçellium threads discovering rhythms that beat in unison echoing of canyon walls in labyrinths of this painted desert finding an Oasis of heightened senses so seeds will sprout< Less

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