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mindlessness, amnesia, spirit


Author: Obsidian

(Forgetfullness) A Daughter of Eris, She is the presiding Spirit of Amnesia and mindlessness.

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On the Banks of a New Lethe: Commodification and Experience in
On the Banks of a New Lethe: Commodification and Experience in Benjamin's Baudelaire Book. Michael Jennings. When the American painter R.
Retrofit of a Warner&Swasey Lethe with MachineMate control
1. New Face and Heart for a Tired Workhorse. Retrofit of a Warner & Swasey Lathe.
The LETHE (LEarning THrough Emotions) Project – A Collaborative
The LETHE (LEarning THrough Emotions) Project – A. Collaborative On-Line Learning Portal for Utilizing Emotions in the. Learning Process.

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Review: 9/11 Memorial in New York
But perhaps the most important connection for the success of Arad's memorial is the suggestion of Lethe, another Greek river from the underworld, the one that brings forgetting and oblivion.
From Macho to Mariposa: New gay Latino fiction
New York City, NY — August 3, 2011, Lethe Press announces the release of From Macho to Mariposa: New Gay Latino Fiction edited by Charles Rice-González and Charlie Vázquez.
Photo Flash: JASPER IN DEADLINE Premieres in Pasadena
Roman, Egyptian, Norse and Judeo-Christian mythologies, divided into seven "circles" where Jasper encounters Cerberus, the demoness Ammut, Loki and his daughter Hel, a psychotic redneck named The Chuckster, and the ever mysterious Mr. Lethe.
Book Marks Book Reviews - August 22, 2011
Lethe Press, 342 pages, $20 paper. Ignore that academic title.
Upcoming activities for the Medina County Parks
Open House, Lethe House Observatory: 9-11 pm Sept. 10, Letha House West Enclosed Shelter. See deep-sky objects, planets, and the moon up close using the Cuyahoga Astronomical Association's telescopes.

Suggested Web Resources

Lethe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Greek mythology, Lethe was one of the five rivers of Hades.
LETHE : Greek goddess of the underworld river of oblivion ; mythology
LETHE, the stream of oblivion, was one of the rivers of the underworld and its goddess. The others were the Styx, Akheron, Pyriphlegethon and Kokytos.
Lethe | Define Lethe at
Classical Mythology. a river in Hades whose water caused forgetfulness of the past in those who drank of it. 2.
Lethe Press: a Print-on-Demand & digital press, specializing in spec
Lethe Press Books: An independent publisher specializing in fiction, nonfiction, gay and lesbian titles, poetry, and more.
Lethe | Free Music, Tour Dates, Photos, Videos
Lethe's official profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.