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Necromancy 101
Stop me if you've heard this one. "Necromancy is a dark and dangerous practice so make sure that you stand in your magic circle to protect yourself from evil spirits." Puhlease! Don't tell me that some people still buy into that antique mumbo jumbo....
Select Cross-Cultural and Historical Personifications of Death
This extensive introduction includes some of the more well known, along with some lesser known Death "incarnations", and I use that term loosely, as in many cultures, the Angel of Death can be quite an adept shapeshifter. We have tried to cull...
What is Necromantic Practice?
First off, Necromantic Practice is NOT a Religion. You can be a Christian, Jew, Pagan, etc.and still practice Necromantics. (I prefer to use this term instead of the ever-tarnished "Necromancy") Death touches ALL Religions, therefore is not a...

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Sharing Exceptional Research in Judaic Studies
“When I was in yeshiva in Israel, one of the Ramban's comments was mentioned during a class I was taking on the Book of Samuel, and as it turns out the comment was very similar to a necromantic ritual depicted in The Odyssey, where Odysseus and his ...
Perspective | Rockets, robots, and reckless imagination
We know from scientific studies that imagination and pretend-play aid in cognitive and social development.
Universities should not become corporate affiliates
Like the necromantic mirror of the Snow Queen, they swallow everything up and deaden it. ... They are to house departments of business studies, engineering, computing, government studies, life sciences – any subject with manifest economic applications.
Learning My Lesson
Linguistic necromancy: a guide for the uninitiated
How does one go about recovering the features of a language that is dead and gone, and which has left no records of itself in spoken or written form?

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