By D. María Trimble
The 1st ebook within the Amáne of Teravinea sequence. while a hero emerges within the nation of Teravinea, he usually rises from the ranks of the dragon riders. some time past, just one girl has healthy the profile. before ... Fifteen-year-old Amáne unearths herself witness to the hatching of a dragon egg. The painful linking ceremony creates a bond among the 2 that can not be damaged. She and her dragon, Eshshah, turn into the one dragon and rider in a state that when abounded with the gorgeous creatures and their riders. Amáne and Eshshah are thrown right into a clash that they don't but comprehend. something is definite — the destiny of the dominion rests upon their shoulders...
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But an examination of burial as practiced by an archaic people of our own time is enough to demonstrate the richness and depth of the religious symbolism implied in a ceremony that appears to be so simple. Reichel-Dolmatoff has given a detailed description of a contemporary (1966) burial of a girl among the Kogi Indians, a tribe speaking the Chibcha language and inhabiting the Sierra Nevada de Santa Maria in Colombia. 12 After choosing the site for the grave, the shaman (mama) performs a series of ritual gestures and declares: "Here is the village of Death; here is the ceremonial house of Death; here is the womb.
The dead girl is wrapped in white cloth, and her father sews the shroud. During all this time her mother and grandmother chant a slow, almost wordless song. Small green stones, shells of shellfish, and the shell of a gastropod are placed in the bottom of the grave. Then the shaman tries to lift the body, giving the impression that it is too heavy; he does not succeed until the ninth attempt. The body is laid with its head toward the East, and "the house is closed," that is, the excavation is filled up.
Ucko and Andre Rosenfeld, Paleolithic Cave Art, pp. 188-89, for a discussion of Begouen and Casteret's publications. 23. Charet has interpreted the prints of human feet in the Tuc d' Aubert cave as a proof of the initiation of boys; the hypothesis has been accepted by 18 THE PALEANTHROPIANS explained as representing a dancer masked as a bison and playing an instrument that might be a flute. The interpretation seems convincing, since we know, in Paleolithic art, some fifty-five representations of men dressed in skins, often in a dancing posture.
Amáne of Teravinea (The Chosen One, Book 1) by D. María Trimble