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Desiring to tame or at least temper the ferocity of their environment, these wizards became students of nature; ritualists of flora and fauna. These wizards, known as Druids among the Celts, Picts, and Gauls, and Spae-workers and Vitki among the Norse and Teutons, wielded ritual magic geared toward the taming of the elemental forces of nature to ensure the continuation of their race. Many of them were master healers, skilled in the knowledge of herbalism and of magical healing ritual. Unlike the biblical wizards such as Aaron, Samuel, Solomon, and Jesus, whose purpose was to lead masses of people, the druids and their ilk shied away from leadership roles, performing a more supportive or "staff" role in the organization of their tribal culture. Also unlike the great biblical wizards, quite often druids and spae-workers were female instead of male. Indeed, druidic magic relied heavily upon the feminine energies of the Earth and Nature, rather than the masculine energies of pure Spirit employed by Elisha and Solomon. Bards, (known as Skaldr among the Norse and Teutons) were wizards skilled in the use of magic through music and poetic form. As entertainers, they were superb; as wizards, they employed the magic of the spoken word, rhyme, tempo, cadence, and melody to weave their powerful spells. A bard had to know three things: how to make people laugh, how to make people cry, and how to put them to sleep (often to escape from persecution). Among the Norse, spae-workers were classified by the gender of the magic involved. Galdr-workers invoked the masculine, outward, proactive energies, symbolized by the runes, and most often were men, although there were female runic vitkis as well. Seith (Seidhr)-workers invoked the feminine, receptive energies of nature, and was involved in shamanic travel (astral projection), shape-shifting, and soothsaying. Females were most likely to be seith-workers, although a few males also practiced the art. It is rumored that Odhinn taught Freyja the arts of Galdr, and she taught him the arts of Seith. In order to do this, each one had to ritually "become" the other gender for a period of time to be able to grasp the mysteries. For the uninitiated and unenlightened, this was considered to be a point of derision, against nature, and thus spae-workers were often shunned and feared, or made jest of. Druidic magic was very ritualistic and heavily steeped in ceremony. Rituals were performed at specific ceremonies, especially those having to do with the lunar and solar cycles. The changing of the seasons was an especially important ritual period for the druids, as was the middle point of each season. For a society heavily based on agriculture and hunting, their magic was geared towards the planting, harvest, and hunting cycles, seen in the festivals of Imbolc (Disting), Lammas (Loaf-Fest), Yule (Jul), Eostre (Ostara), Samhain (Winternights), Beltane (Walpurgis), Mabon, and Midsummer (Litha). Minor rituals were held at the new and full moons, and at important events during the year (birthing and death rituals, etc.) The new and full moon rituals occurred roughly every 14 days. The new moon ritual was considered the "inbreath" cycle of nature, when the energies flowed back into the Earth. The full moon ritual worked with the "outbreath" cycle, when the energies flowed from the earth back to the spirit. The two-week period of time involved for each cycle was called a "fortnight," (14 nights), and to this day, this is still a time reference used by the British. Believing (correctly) that the Earth had meridians of power on its surface called "ley lines" or dragon currents, the Druids used massive standing stones known as dolmans (flat table rocks) and menhirs (vertical stones) embedded in the earth as points of energy concentration. This is not unlike the process of acupuncture used for ridding the human body of disease and ailment. Druids were also schooled in practical magic. They employed magical herbalism on a regular basis, as well as work with magical symbols such as runes and oghams (pronounced OY-ams), carved on wood or stone. The oghams and runes functioned as alphabets as well, because the druids believed that the true essence of magic was carried by the word; the essence of thought transmitted through language. Each one of the oghams represented a tree energy, which could be tapped upon by the druid by the use of focussed concentration. A mistaken belief is that the druids regularly practiced human sacrifice, preying upon the weak, women, and children. This unfortunate fable was spread during the Christianization of Europe when the missionaries sought to demonize any existing religions so that their own, Christianity, would have no rivals. During this process, the sacred dolmans and menhirs were defiled, mutilated, and often destroyed, the ancient gods turned into demons of horrific countenance and deed, and the druids and bards were killed as emissaries of Satan, often employing the Roman method of crucifixion. The following is an excerpt from William Butler Yeats' tragic and horrifying recounting of the crucifixion of one of these wizards: "The Crucifixion of the Outcast (1898)." The "outcast," a bardic wizard, is being crucified for having dared to complain about the conditions of the guest quarters at the local monastery to the abbot. ... A half-mile on the way he asked them to stop and see him juggle for them; for he knew, he said, all the tricks of Aengus and Subtlehearted. The old monks were for pressing on, but the young monks would see him: so he did many wonders for them, even to the drawing of live frogs out of his ears. But after awhile they turned on him, and said his tricks were dull and a little unholy, and set the cross on his shoulders again. Another half-mile on the way, and he asked them to stop and hear him jest for them, for he knew, he said, all the jests of Conan the Bald, upon whose back a sheep's wool grew. And the young monks, when they had heard his merry tales, again bade him to take up his cross, for it ill became them to listen to such follies. Another half-mile on the way, he asked them to stop and hear him sing the story of white-breasted Dierdre, and how she endured many sorrows and how the sons of Usna died to serve her. And the young monks were mad to hear him, but when he ended they grew angry, and beat him for waking forgotten longings in their hearts. So they set the cross on his back, and hurried him up the hill . . . . . . So then they went away, but the beggars stayed on, sitting round the cross. But when the sun was sinking, they also got up to go, for the air was getting chilly. And as soon as they had gone a little way, the wolves, who had been showing themselves on the edge of a neighboring coppice, came nearer, and the birds wheeled closer and closer. "Stay, outcasts, yet a little while," the crucified one called in a weak voice to the beggars, "and keep the birds and beasts from me." But the beggars were angry that he had called them outcasts, so they threw stones and mud at him, and one that had a child held it up before his eyes and said that he was its father, and cursed him, and thereupon they left him. Then the wolves gathered at the foot of the cross, and the birds flew lower and lower. And presently the birds lighted all at once upon his head and arms and shoulders and began to peck at him, and the wolves began to eat his feet. "Outcasts," he moaned, "have you all turned against the outcast?" The Celtic and Pictish warriors often sacrificed their captured enemies to their gods in gratitude of the victory. The warrior's heads would be preserved and mounted on pikes, since the Celts believed that the head was the seat of wisdom. Sacrifice was also done as a mercy to the warriors; the Celts reckoned that it was far worse to serve in slavery than to die quickly and go to the Gods to be reborn again. However, the only time the druids (wizards) ever employed human blood ritual was during the ritual of the sacrifice of the Sacred King. During this time, the tribal ruler or a representative of his house was sacrificed and the blood was allowed to flow onto the earth to rejuvenate it or give life back to it. Not only practiced among the Celts and Britons, but also among the Norse and Teutonic tribes, this sacrifice was held when A) the head of the ruling house was deemed to be ineffective, sterile, or having "lost his luck (haminjia), or B) when the land was in peril of destruction or defeat from outside parties. Many believe that such a ritual sacrifice took place during the Battle for Britain during World War II, and that the successful rendering of the sacrifice turned Hitler away from the invasion of Britain. The wizard Jesus, thought among esoteric circles to be of the Celtic lineage as well as Judaic, underwent this sacrificial ritual for the whole of humanity during his crucifixion. After his death, it is believed that his uncle, Joseph of Arimathea, took the grail hallows (the cup, the spear, the stone, and the sword) to Britain and entombed them at Glastonbury, one of the ancient wisdom centers. Many British esotericists believe that the Grail cup still remains in Chalice Well at Glastonbury Abbey, where the reddish tint of the high-ferrous content of the waters there is both reminiscent and causative of Christ's blood. Even in ancient times the Celtic druids knew of the coming of Yesu (Jesus). A reading from the ancient Celtic Triads is: The Lord our God is one. Lift up your heads, O ye gates, and be ye lift up, ye everlasting doors, and the King of Glory shall come in. Who is the King of Glory? The Lord Yesu; He is the King of Glory. 1 Wizard Legendary Gems 2 Best Wizard Armor 2.1 Wizard Helms 2.2 Wizard Shoulders 2.3 Wizard Amulets 2.4 Wizard Chests 2.5 Wizard Gloves 2.6 Wizard Bracers 2.7 Wizard Rings 2.8 Wizard Belts 2.9 Wizard Pants 2.10 Wizard Boots 4 Best Overall Wizard Gearlooms?" Wizard's First Rule, 1994 by Terry Goodkind Stone of Tears Blood of the Fold Temple of the Winds Soul of the Fire Faith of the Fallen The Pillars of Creation Naked Empire Debt of Bones Chainfire Phantom Confessor The Omen Machine The Third Kingdom Severed Souls, Warheart How the Druidic wizards knew the consecrated name so long beforehand (predating Jesus' appearance on earth by more than 500 years) is indeed a mystery in itself. The name "Yesu" was incorporated in the Druidic Trinity as the Godhead. In Britain the name Jesus never assumed its Greek or Latin form. It was always the pure Celtic "Yesu;" it never changed. With the Christianization of Northern Europe, gradually the druidic tradition died out as an exoteric religious force. Eventually realizing that violent action was not enough to overcome the ancient traditions in England, Ireland, and mainland Germany and Scandinavia, Christianity resorted to incorporating many of the druidic rites and festivals into its own frame of references. Thus the Druidic fertility ritual of Eostre became the Christian ritual of rebirth and renewal of Easter, and the rebirth of the God at the Winter solstice became the Christian celebration of Jesus' birth. Imbolc became Candlemas, Samhain became All Hallows (and thusly Hallowe'en), and Midsummer and Lammas were all but forgotten. Esotericists and wizards didn't forget the old ways, though, and they were kept alive through their secret studies and traditions, quietly passing them down from father to son, mother to daughter, grandparent to grandchild, becoming as much a part of their reality as the new structure that had been forcibly superimposed on them. Damocles (/ˈdæməkliːz/; Greek: Δαμοκλῆς Dāmoklē̂s, literally: "fame of the people") is a figure featured in a single moral anecdote commonly referred to as "the Sword of Damocles",[1][2] an allusion to the imminent and ever-present peril faced by those in positions of power. Damocles was an obsequious courtier in the court of Dionysius II of Syracuse, a 4th-century BC tyrant of Syracuse, Sicily. The anecdote apparently figured in the lost history of Sicily by Timaeus of Tauromenium (c. 356–260 BC). The Roman orator Cicero may have read it in Diodorus Siculus. He used it in his Tusculanae Disputationes, V. 21,[1] by which means it passed into the European cultural mainstream. Sword of Damocles According to the story, Damocles was pandering to Dionysius, his king, and exclaimed to him that Dionysius was truly fortunate as a great man of power and authority, surrounded by magnificence. In response, Dionysius offered to switch places with Damocles for one day so that Damocles could taste that very fortune firsthand. Damocles quickly and eagerly accepted the king's proposal. Damocles sat down in the king's throne surrounded by every luxury, but Dionysius arranged that a huge sword should hang above the throne, held at the pommel only by a single hair of a horse's tail. Damocles finally begged the king that he be allowed to depart because he no longer wanted to be so fortunate, realizing that with great fortune and power comes also great danger.[1][2] King Dionysius effectively conveyed the sense of constant fear in which a person with great power may live. Cicero used this story as the last in a series of contrasting examples for reaching the conclusion he had been moving towards in this fifth Disputation, in which the theme is that virtue is sufficient for living a happy life.[3][4] Cicero asks, "Does not Dionysius seem to have made it sufficiently clear that there can be nothing happy for the person over whom some fear always Stone of Tears Blood of the Fold "There is magic in sincere forgiveness. Magic to heal. In forgiveness you grant, and more so in the forgiveness you receive." Temple of the Winds "Mind what people do, not only what they say, for deeds will betray a lie." Soul of the Fire "The most important rule there is, the Wizard's Sixth Rule: the only sovereign you can allow to rule you is reason. The first law of reason is this: what exists, exists, what is, is and from this irreducible bedrock principle, all knowledge is built. It is the foundation from which life is embraced." — Richard Faith of the Fallen "Life is the future, not the past. The past can teach us, through experience, how to accomplish things in the future, comfort us with cherished memories, and provide the foundation of what has already been accomplished. But only the future holds life. To live in the past is to embrace what is dead. To live life to its fullest, each day must be created anew. As rational, thinking beings, we must use our intellect, not a blind devotion to what has come before, to make rational choices." The Pillars of Creation "Talga Vassternich. Deserve Victory." Naked Empire A contradiction cannot exist in reality. Not in part, nor in whole. Chainfire "Willfully turning aside from the truth is treason to one's self." Phantom "The rule of all rules. The rule unwritten." The Unwritten rule. Knowledge is dangerous in the wrong hands. Confessor You can destroy those who speak the truth, but you cannot destroy the truth itself. The Omen Machine “There have always been those who hate, and there always will be.” ―Severed Souls: Insightful Quotes "[Richard] remembered what people always said, 'Trouble sires three children,' and knew immediately that he didn't want to meet the third child." Wizard's First Rule "Oh, but how I do love it when men I respect marry smart women. Nothing marks a man's character better than his attraction to intelligence." — Annalina "Ann" Aldurren Soul of the Fire "'Profit' is a dirty word only to the leeches of the world. They want it seen as evil, so they can more easily snatch what they did not earn." — Victor Faith of the Fallen "We all can be only what we are, nothing more, or less." — Kahlan Amnell Wizard's First Rule "Pity for the guilty is treason to the innocent." — Kahlan Faith of the Fallen "There is no such thing as pure good or pure evil, least of all in people. In the best of us there are thoughts or deeds that are wicked, and in the worst of us, at least some virtue. An adversary is not one who does loathsome acts for their own sake. He always has a reason that to him is justification. My cat eats mice. Does that make him bad? I don't think so, and the cat doesn't think so, but I would bet the mice have a different opinion." — Zedd Wizard's First Rule "Nothing is ever easy." — Zedd Wizard's First Rule "Think of the solution, not the problem." — Richard Blood of the Fold "When you are out numbered, and the situation is hopeless, you have no option--you must attack." — The Adventures of Bonnie Day Stone of Tears "There is an old women's proverb, maybe you have heard it before. 'Never let a beautiful woman pick your path when there is a man in her line of sight.'" — Kahlan Wizard's First Rule "Fate does not seek our consent." — Zedd Blood of the Fold "The worse you are at thinking, the better you are at drinking." — Zedd "I fear no secret of a person I trust, and he has no need to fear mine. It is part of being friends." — Zedd Wizard's First Rule "My father taught me something very much like that. He said, 'Don't shed tears for those already in the ground, until after you have brought vengeance to those who put them there. There will be time enough, then.'" — Kahlan Stone of Tears "Youth. Youth holds much hope, but not much wisdom. I know the ways of people. Of men. He has been gone too long from my skirts. He will have long ago forgotten me, and found another." — Verna Sauventreen Stone of Tears "'Third time tricked, marks the fool.'" — Richard Wizard's First Rule "History is rarely made by reasonable men." — Zedd "Don't worry about what might be...Worry about what is." — Zedd "Knowledge is a weapon. I intend to be formidably armed." — Richard Temple of the Winds "Sometimes that's all life is: one desperate act after another." — Zedd Stone of Tears "Only a fool walks into the future backwards." — Commander General Trimack Stone of Tears "You talk like a drunk man walks: in every direction but where he be headed." — Adie Stone of Tears People are stupid." — Zedd Wizard's First Rule One must observe before one acts, or more harm than help can be the result." — Drefan Rahl temple of the Winds "Knowledge is a destination. Truth, the journey." — Zedd "In a land of blind people, a one-eyed woman could be queen." — Verna Sauventreen "There is magic in patience, you know." — Zedd Blood of the Fold "It does the sheep no good to preach the goodness of a diet of grass, if the wolves are of a different mind." — Nathan Rahl Stone of Tears "Sometimes, in madness resides genius." — Richard "Love is a passion for life shared with another person." — Nicci Chainfire "Zedd used to tell me that if the road is easy, you're likely going the wrong way." — Richard Soul of the Fire "Evil is not one large entity, but a collection of countless, small depravities brought up from the muck by petty men." — Richard Faith of the Fallen "Everything is valuable under the right conditions. To a man dying of thirst, water be more precious than gold. To a drowning man, water be of little worth and great trouble." — Adie Wizard's First Rule, Chapter 17 "It is the first responsibility of a friend to provide a shoulder to cry on." — Richard Wizard's First Rule, "Cut. Once committed to fight, Cut. Everything else is secondary. Cut. That is your duty, your purpose, your hunger. There is no rule more important, no commitment that overrides this one. Cut." — Richard Faith of the Fallen, "Only those you trust can betray you." — Nathan Rahl Stone of Tears "Nathan said that sometimes prophecy overwhelms our attempts to outwit it, and that sometimes we think we are more clever than we are, believing we can stay the hand of fate, if we wish it hard enough." — Kahlan Soul of the Fire Teachings that defy reason defy reality; what defies reality defies life. Defying life is embracing death." — Richard "Your life is yours alone, rise up and live it." Faith of the Fallen "Faith and feelings are the darkness to reason's light." Faith of the Fallen "Breathe." — Sliph Blood of the Fold “As you learn to be other than Mord-Sith, like I learned as I grew up, you'll find that being a friend is to like a person for who they are, even the parts you don't understand. The reasons you like them makes the things you don't understand unimportant. You don't have to understand, or do the same, or live their lives for them. If you truly care for them, then you want them to be who they are; that was why you liked them in the first place.” — Richard Blood of the Fold, "Slaves, slaves to anything or anyone, despite how much they abhor it, will often cling to that slavery out of fear the alternative would be insufferable. Look at a drunk, a slave to liquor, who thinks us cruel for trying to to get him abandon his slavery." — Ann Soul of the Fire, "Sometimes people choose evil because it suits them or because they're afraid, or because they think they will get something for themselves out of it." — Kahlan Soul of the Fire "Man is the only creature who willingly submits to the fangs of a predator." — Richard Chainfire "Everyone makes mistakes. How a person deals with their mistakes is a mark of their character." — Richard Naked Empire, "Nicci looked up at Kahlan. 'Knives are not my talent.' 'It's not hard,' Kahlan said as she pressed the handle into Nicci's hand. 'When the time is right, just stick the pointed end somewhere important in someone you really don't like.'" "If anything goes wrong, you die first." Wizard's First Rule Temple of the Winds, Blood of the Fold "Bags, woman, shall I tell them that it would be rather inconvenient for them to attack right now and to please come back to kill us later?" — Zedd, to Verna Faith of the Fallen, If we all knew each other's secrets, it would prove a very strange world. Besides, it would take all the fun out of the telling of them.' His thin lips widened in a smile, his eyes sparkled. 'But I fear no secret of a person I trust, and he has no need to fear mine. It is part of being friends.'" — Zedd Wizard's First Rule, "Stop looking so young and innocent all the time, Warren. It's just plain irritating." — Cara Faith of the Fallen, Berdine: Lord Rahl has very big hands. They fit perfectly over my breasts. Berdine. I think Raina's hands would fit mine better. Blood of the Fold, Chapter , page 615 Zedd: Adie: Wizard's First Rule monsters. He is a one thousand year old child." Blood of the Fold "The time for desperation is upon us. Let's play." Temple of the Winds Blood of the Fold, Soul of the Fire Stone of Tears Blood of the Fold Blood of the Fold, "You want to be healed, now? Or would you prefer to bleed to death so I can try my hand at resurrection?" — Nathan Rahl "Lord Rahl told us to protect you as we would protect him. If you are not careful, Mother Confessor, and needlessly endanger Lord Rahl...I will withdraw my permission for Richard to keep you." — Cara Temple of the Winds "Why would you say that? I've been told that I'm a most pleasant traveling companion. Do we have any of that sausage left?" — Zedd "She turned her face away. “Never. Get on with the torture before I fall asleep and miss it." — Cara Temple of the Winds "You look funny without your pants." Wizard's First Rule "The elders are becoming concerned. They would like to know when they can have their spirit house back." — Zedd, to Richard and Kahlan "Come to me, brother wind! Gather about! Blow a gale for me! What's the matter with the two of you? Did you eat some bad berries?" — Richard "The last time I saw one of the boxes of Orden, it was open, and it was sucking my bastard father into the underworld." — Richard "Zedd, I'm tired of being dead." — Kahlan Faith of the Fallen, Blood of the Fold, "I think you are bound and determined, one way or another, to have your clothes off in the spirit house." — Richard to Kahlan Wizard's First Rule, Stone of Tears, Faith of the Fallen "You talk like a drunk man walks: in every direction but where he be headed." — Adie Pillars of Creation Wizard's First Rule, "You sure know a lot about magic," Jennsen said to Richard. Kahlan and Cara laughed so hard that Jennsen thought they might fall off their horses. Sister Dulcinia: "Prelate, men have uncontrollable urges." Verna: "So do I, but with the Creator's help I've so far managed not to strangle anyone.He mocks me whenever I say it looks like it will rain. His eyes get real big and he says, 'Magic! You must have magic, my boy, to read the clouds and know the future so.'" — Richard, on Zedd "Lord Rahl and the Mother Confessor are not without protection Captain, they have me. Anything more than a Mord Sith is just pretty brass buttons." — Cara "I'm not emaciated; I'm wiry. Most women find lean men appealing." "'My watch?' Kahlan asked. Cara nodded. 'I'll stand it if you'd like.' Kahlan glanced over her shoulder as she sat up, seeing that Richard was still fast asleep. 'No,' she whispered. 'You get some sleep. You need rest, too.' Mord-Sith." Naked Empire, Chapter 5, page 38 Memorable Quotes "It was an odd-looking vine." Wizard's First Rule, first line of the series "The wizards were under constant threat, and forbidden by edict from using magic. They knew that sooner or later they would be used against the people. They may have made mistakes in the past, and disappointed their teacher, but the most important thing they were taught was to be protectors of the people and in no way to bring them harm. As their most loving act for the people, they gave their lives to stop Darken Rahl. I think their teacher would have been proud." — Kahlan Wizard's First Rule, Chapter 7, page 74 She returned to Demmin Nass, who stood where he had been told to wait. There were tears in his eyes. "Please, Mistress, command me." Kahlan pulled a knife from his belt, ignoring his request. With her other hand, she unfastened the flanged battle mace from its hook. "Take off your pants." She waited until he had pulled them off and stood once more before her. "Kneel." The coldness of her voice sent a shiver through Zedd as he watched the big man kneel before her... Kahlan turned the mace around, holding the handle down to Nass. "Hold this for me." He took it and held it at his side. Kahlan kneeled down in front of him, close. "Spread your legs," she ordered in an icy voice. She reached down between his legs, gripping him in one hand. He flinched, grimaced. "Don't move," she warned. He became still. "How many of the little boys you've molested have you killed?" "I don't know, Mistress. I don't keep count. I've done it for many years, since I was young. I don't always kill them. Most live." Stone of Tears "Dance with me, Death. I am ready." Stone of Tears "Blade, be true this day." — Richard "Bags!" "You are welcome to my sword when I am no longer breathing." — Richard "I am dead. Only vengeance can restore me! Only victory can return my life to me!" — Kahlan Stone of Tears "The problem with my eyes is that they have been famished, but now they are feasting." — Zedd Blood of the Fold Wizard's First Rule Stone of Tears Temple of the Winds Master of D'Hara, the ruler of the Midlands, the commander of the gar nation, the champion of free people and bane of the wicked, and the betrothed of the Mother Confessor." — Berdine "Lunetta, I believe there is trouble. I believe the Creator is going insane." — Brogan Blood of the Fold, Faith of the Fallen "With hate in my heart...vengeance without mercy." — Anson evil manifest." Soul of the Fire, Princess Violet glared at him. "My mother says that Confessor Kahlan will come back and that we'll have a surprise for her the next time she comes here. I just want you to know because my mother said you'll be dead by then. My mother says I get to decide what to do to her. First, I'm going to cut off her hair." Her hands were in fists, her face red. "Then I'm going to let all the guards rape her, every one! Then I'm going to put her in the dungeon for a few years so they'll have someone to play with! Then when I get tired of hurting her, I'll have her head chopped off and put it on a pole where I can watch it rot!" It was water to the thirsty. It was life to the dying." Faith of the Fallen Naked Empire, "Richard is a pebble in the pond - an individual at the center of so many things. He touches so many things. He has turned out to be a core element in all our lives. Everything turns on what he does, on the decisions he makes. If he takes a wrong step, we all fall down." — Ann "Richard loves Kahlan. That says it all - it says everything." — Nicci Confessor, "Kahlan guide me. Kahlan teach me. Kahlan protect me. In your light I thrive. In your mercy I am sheltered. In your wisdom I am humbled. I live only to love you. My life is yours." — Richard Wizard's First Rule, Chapter 48, page 553 Stone of Tears " — Kahlan/Shar/Shota/Sliph/Adie "Once lucky, twice confident, and thrice dead." — Zedd, to the Prelate Blood of the Fold Sister Simona Blood of the Fold Prophets Rada’Han captors prisoner. aggression enemies. war Sister Verna Stone of Tears Condition: New without tags, Condition: no tag because i buy in bulk for better pricing., Brand: Unbranded, Style: Pendant, Theme: Family & Friends, Metal: Pewter, Main Stone: No Stone, Color: Gray, Material: BRASS BASED JEWELER METAL, Length (inches): 30 inch leather, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Pendant Theme: Astrology zodiac fantasy myth magic stone henge, Base Metal: alloy, Main Stone Creation: Not Applicable

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