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    Macbeth

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    powers are called familiars. A familiar is a spirit often embodied in an animal and is there to serve and guard a person. Each of the witches possesses a familiar except for the third witch. Her familiar is never laid on the table for us to see. In my paper I will show how the owl is the familiar of the third witch. First you must understand what a familiar is. In Websters dictionary the word familiar is defined as a closely acquainted; an intimate associate or companion, a spirit embodied in an animal

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    people became captivated by these peculiar, suspicious witches. Witch – hunts took place and many people were convicted of being witches and were executed. The witches fit in with the stereotypical perception of witches of that time, including use of familiars like Graymalkin and Paddock. The use of the paranormal occurs at the beginning, with three witches explaining that they will meet Macbeth. ‘When the battle’s lost and won.’ The audience have yet to find out what the battle is, however they know

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    In the book “The Familiars” our main character, Aldwyn, who used to be an ordinary street cat, finds himself in a race to save his new owner/loyal Jack. However, he is not alone, his new friends Skylar; a smart but know-it-all blue jay; and Gilbert; a humble and apologetic tree frog, go with him to help save their loyals as well. They travel all across “Vastia”, the country/land they live in. They fought a cave troll, “Agdaleen”; a witch who wanted to turn them into stew, they crossed a cursed bridge

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    Akasha Essay

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    to an entity or a Spirit of being. The actual root form of the name Akasha is from Sanskrit, “kāś meaning: "to be visible"” (Wikipedia). Among the many spiritual cultures Akasha is connected with, it is no surprise that in nearly every sprititual culture she is in she is associated with division. So for Pagans to the four separate elements and culminate into one Spirit is a rather cathartic beauty in itself. What is even more poetic in the realism that is Akasha is that her Spirit of division can be

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    Ghost are Real

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    others without understanding. The lack of knowledge about ghosts and haunting activity has led people astray as to what they really are. What Hollywood and television portrays is very inaccurate and cannot be relied upon as truthful. They show these spirits of the dead as being evil in nature, filled with malice and harmful intent. But that this is not the case. The field of paranormal activity is amazing. It has caught the imagination of people from every walk of life. It has always interested me and

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    Meditations

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    receptiveness of human life, death, and the idea of the guardian spirit. Book 2 discusses the swift departure of life. Thus, building towards the discussion of how life should be carried out in 2.17. In book 2.17 the idea of the guardian spirit is introduced along with philosophy’s responsibilities. This theme of the guardian spirit is elaborated on throughout the Meditations. Throughout the book Aurelius refers to the guardian spirit several times, in alignment with his teachings. The problem within

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    predecessor, Emerson, chose to distinctly differentiate the soul from all nature.  Whitman, however, chooses to reevaluate that relationship. His exploration of human sensuality, particularly human sexuality, is the tool with which he integrates the spirit with the flesh. Key to this integration is Whitman's notion of the ability of the sexual self to define itself. This self-definition is derived from the strongly independent autonomy with which his sexuality speaks in the poem.  Much of the

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    surprise. “ How could you have seen me? Your eyes where facing the wrong way lassie.” The old man chuckled as he noticed Fiona’s expression. Fiona didn’t seem to want to respond to the old ma... ... middle of paper ... ... no answer from the gentle spirit. She now noticed she was lost in a noiseless forest, all alone. Standing still in confusion, panicked and started scrambling. Suddenly she heard her mother’s soft and warm voice call out to her. “Fiona? Fiona! Where are you my darling?” Fiona cried

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    Macbeth

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    One thing leads to another. This is a statement most people are familiar with, especially if they read William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. It tells what happens to the tragic protagonist, Macbeth. At the start of the play, Macbeth is a highly praised and loyal nobleman admired by all until he becomes a victim of the witches. Their promises evoke his unrestrained ambition. From then on, Macbeth’s actions snowball out of his control and under the witches’ power. His unholy deeds trouble

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    so as not to discredit her sensibility as a writer amongst her critiques. Superstitions and the supernatural influenced the context of “Home, We Have Always Lived in the Castle, and The Haunting of Hill House. Jackson’s ability to intertwine the spirit realm with nature allowed her to create characters with realities detached from the world they live in.

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