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The Norse Shaman: Ancient Spiritual Practices of the Northern Tradition

by: Evelyn C. Rysdyk
An experiential guide to the wisdom preserved in Europe’s far north

• Includes shamanic journeys to connect with deities and your ancestral shamans

• Provides step-by-step instructions to prepare for and conduct a seiðr ceremony

• Draws on archaeological evidence and surviving written records from Iceland

• Reveals the long tradition of female shamans in northern European shamanism

Shamanism is humanity’s oldest spiritual tradition. In much of the Western world, the indigenous pre-Christian spiritual practices have been lost.
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Mysteries in History: Ancient History

by: Wendy Conklin
ulli Who invented the alphabet?/lili Is the lost city of Atlantis a legend?/lili Was there really a Trojan horse?/li/ulChallenge students to explore several important unexplained events that helped shape history. Students use primary source materials, posters, and simulations to find clues and to make informed decisions about these events. There are no right or wrong answers. These real-life mysteries encourage students to research, think, debate, and form conclusions. The activities target standards in these areas:ulli relationships and patterns in history/lili historical perspective/lili tmap skills/lili development of civilizations/lili presentation skills/li/ul
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The Wheel: Inventions and Reinventions

by: Richard W. Bulliet

In this book, Richard W. Bulliet focuses on three major phases in the evolution of the wheel and their relationship to the needs and ambitions of human society. He begins in 4000 B.C.E. with the first wheels affixed to axles. He then follows with the innovation of wheels turning independently on their axles and concludes five thousand years later with the caster, a single rotating and pivoting wheel.

Bulliet's most interesting finding is that a simple desire to move things from place to place did not drive the wheel's development.
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