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Magnum - Sacred Blood Divine Lies (2016)  Music

Posted by JET 1 at Sept. 16, 2016
Magnum - Sacred Blood Divine Lies (2016)

Magnum - Sacred Blood Divine Lies (2016)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Image) +CUE, LOG | 410 MB | Covers Included
Genre: Progressive Rock | Label: SPV GmbH | Catalog Number: SPV268972CD

Magnum are an English rock band from Birmingham. Formed as a four piece by Tony Clarkin (guitar, songwriter), Bob Catley (vocals), Kex Gorin (drums) and Bob Doyle (bass) in order to appear as the resident band at The Rum Runner night club in Birmingham. Magnum have undergone several changes in personnel over the years; however, the core of Catley and Clarkin remain.
Sacred Ritual: A Study of the West Semitic Ritual Calendars in Leviticus 23 and the Akkadian Text Emar 446

Sacred Ritual: A Study of the West Semitic Ritual Calendars in Leviticus 23 and the Akkadian Text Emar 446 by Babcock Bryan
2014 | PDF | 288 pages | ISBN-10: 1575068265 | English | 2.2 MB

Building on the recent work of Klingbeil and Sparks, this book presents a new comparative methodology for exploring potential textual relationships. Babcock investigates the attributes of sacred ritual through the lens of sacred time, sacred space and movement, sacred objects, ritual participants, and ritual sound.

Magnum - Sacred Blood 'Divine' Lies (2016)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at Feb. 25, 2016
Magnum - Sacred Blood 'Divine' Lies (2016)

Magnum - Sacred Blood 'Divine' Lies
Hard Rock, Classic Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 54:21 min | 132 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: Steamhammer / SPV | Tracks: 11 | 2016

For a musician like Tony Clarkin who composes constantly, viewing and selecting the material he has written is always one of the most significant moments during the creation process of a new Magnum album. On the one hand it s a luxury to have the opportunity to separate the wheat from the chaff and to be in a position to use only the strongest numbers.

Sacred Blood - Argonautica (2015)  

Posted by cha77os at April 17, 2015
Sacred Blood - Argonautica (2015)

Sacred Blood - Argonautica (2015)
Greece | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 108 MB
Epic Power Metal | Label : Pitch Black Records

Hailing from Athens, Greece and formed in 2003, SACRED BLOOD quickly established themselves as a unique epic metal band through the use of traditional folk instruments in their music. Each of the band’s albums is clearly distinguished by a theme revolving around Ancient Greece. This time we’re dealing with Argonautica and the myth of the voyage of Jason and the Argonauts to retrieve the Golden Fleece.The use of folk instruments such as Irish bagpipes and the bodhran as well as female choir vocals and narrations in Ancient Greek take the music of Sacred Blood to a completely new dimension making it a most interesting and pleasing listen.
Gabriel Knight - Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned - Prologue (1998)

Gabriel Knight - Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned - Prologue (1998)
English | CBR | 19 pages | 132.80 MB

Sacred Blood - Alexandros (2012)  

Posted by Andi_Deris at Oct. 11, 2012
Sacred Blood - Alexandros (2012)

Sacred Blood - Alexandros (2012)
EAC Rip | FLAC: IMAGE+CUE+LOG | 414.57 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 131.50 MB | Time: 51:27 | Covers
Genre: Epic Power Metal | Label: Pitch Black Rec. | Cat.#: PBR 015

“Alexandros” deals with the legend that is Alexander the Great and the tale is unfolded over fifteen tracks of melodic epic power metal that also sees the use of a variety of folk instruments. The atmosphere and overall musicianship in this album are guaranteed to please even the most demanding epic metal fan.

John Zorn - Templars: In Sacred Blood (2012)  

Posted by Hungry Mind at July 5, 2012
John Zorn - Templars: In Sacred Blood (2012)

John Zorn - Templars: In Sacred Blood (2012)
EAC Rip | APE (image+.cue+log) - 272 MB | Scans JPG | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.98) - 100 MB
Genre: jazz, avant-garde jazz | RAR 5% Rec. | Label: Tzadik | CAT # 7398 | 2012

Over a year in the making, the 6th CD in the Moonchild legacy is a testament-tribute to the Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and the Temple of Solomon, the legendary crusading Warrior-Monks whose 200-year rise to power ended abruptly in 1307 under accusations of heresy. With lyrics opening a new world of possibilities, the music exudes a powerful emotional intensity. Patton's versatility is at its peak, and he sings everything from Gregorian Chants and atonal melodies to hardcore screams and passionate whispers. The evocative organ of John Medeski adds a deeply religious tone to the drama, and the Dunn-Baron rhythm section is at its raging best!

The Sacred Blood  

Posted by phidhahoogaya at Feb. 17, 2011
The Sacred Blood

The Sacred Blood
William Morrow | March 24, 2009 | ISBN-10: 0061340693 | 272 pages | PDF | 1.83 MB

Jesus Christ's mortal remains turned up in a secret crypt below Jerusalem's Temple Mount in Byrnes's 2007 debut, The Sacred Bones. Now DNA extracted from those remains cures geneticist Charlotte Hennessy of cancer
Sacred Objects and Sacred Places: Preserving Tribal Traditions

Sacred Objects and Sacred Places: Preserving Tribal Traditions By Andrew Gulliford
Publisher: University Press of Colorado 2000-08 | 328 Pages | ISBN: 0870815792 | PDF (OCR from html) | 4.3 MB

Sacred Objects, Sacred Places combines native oral histories, photographs, drawings, and case studies to present current issues of cultural preservation vital to American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians…
Mircea Eliade - The Sacred and the Profane. The Nature of Religion

Mircea Eliade (1968) The Sacred and the Profane. The Nature of Religion
ISBN 015679201X | PDF | 5,95 MB | 256 pages

This is a fundamental text for religious scholarship and for living an examined life.Eliade wastes no time trying to explain or define the experience of the sacred in terms of other disciplines (for instance, the sacred as psychological experience (Campbell) or the sacred as sociological phenomenon (Burkert)). Instead, he examines the sacred as sacred. Eliade shows how sacred space and sacred time are supremely REAL space and time, permanent and eternal in opposition to the fluid space and time of the profane world. Homo religiosus re-enacts the primordial deeds of the gods in his rites and, indeed (unlike modern man), in all his acts, because only those primordial acts are truly real. Likewise, irruptions of sacred phenomena into profane space create sacred space, space which is created, which is eternal, which is real.
Read this book before undertaking any serious study of comparative religion. Read this book along with other classics about thought. Read this book and consider your own experience of the sacred. But whatever you do, read this book.