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    Ahkmenrah is an Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh who, with his tablet, came to the Museum in 1952. He is portrayed by Rami Malek. He is the tertiary antagonist in Night at the Museum, a supporting character in Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, one of the dueteragonists of Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb and a major character in Night at the Museum: Raiders of the Ruby of Destiny. Ahkmenrah is the second born son of Merenkahre and Shepseheret and the younger brother of Kahmunrah.
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    A large rose-tree stood near the entrance of the garden: the roses growing on it were white, but there were three gardeners at it, busily painting them red. Alice thought this a very curious thing, and she went nearer to watch them. - Alice In Wonderland These roses, made from an Alice In Wonderland book, depict this scene. Some roses are white, others are red, and a few are in the middle of hastily being painted. On the bottom of each flower is an illustration by John Tenniel. -Roses are sold individually. - Flowers come in three color options. 1) White 2) Red 3) White Painted Red - These are the flowers that are half white and half red - Flowers are about 3 inches wide. - Stem measures about 8 inches long with the flower adding an additional 2 inches. -Stem is bendy and flexible - Flowers are shipped loose so they can be arranged and cut to your preferences. **Note: Listing is for flowers only. Props such as the vase are not included.** “But I don’t want to go among mad people, Alice remarked. Oh, you can’t help that, said the Cat: we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad. How do you know I’m mad? said Alice. You must be, said the Cat, or you wouldn’t have come here.” ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
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  • A GROUP OF APPROXIMATELY ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE BOOKS PERTAINING TO FINE ART, 20TH CENTURY
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    I first read the Craigslist ad six years ago. I had graduated from college about a month before, moved to New York with few practical connections and was desperately looking for work. The ad asked, “Are you cheerful? Outgoing? Comfortable talking to members of the opposite sex? Apply to New York Dating Coach!” I was all of those things! But I was also fairly sure that this sort of come-on was how 22-year-old liberal arts graduates were lured into prostitution rings. So I — cleverly — responded to the ad stating that while I definitely met the criteria I was not interested in sex work, which was not to say that I did not have a lot of respect for people who embraced different lifestyles. I received a call back from the head of New York Dating Coach, Art Malov, who laughed and explained that the dating coaching service was definitely not a prostitution ring. However, I would be expected to go on “mock dates.” The clients — mostly male, although some are female — are adults of all ages and professions looking to become better daters. Art and other coaches help show them what to wear, how to set up appealing online dating profiles, accompany them out to nightclubs and bars and help them rehearse a coffee date with a girl. That’s where I came in. So in exchange for $40 per session — mock dates run about half an hour — I agreed to sit and have coffee with a client who is told to behave as though he’s on a first date with me. Art sits at the next table and takes notes on what the client does right or wrong. Art and I confer about things I really liked or really didn’t like afterward — outside the coffeeshop, so the client doesn’t listen in — and then he discusses my impressions and his notes with the client afterward. Since I’ve started this job six years ago, I’ve gone on approximately 300 mock dates. They range from inexperienced college students to widowers trying to meet new people. A significant number are from foreign countries, and are hoping to familiarize themselves with American customs. Some are pressured to enlist an expert by their parents, who pay for the dating coach. Others simply have a more practical, New York approach — why not hire an expert to teach them how to date better? Almost all are looking for long-term relationships. My main goal is just to make sure the person has fun. I hope that my being there makes them realize that sitting across from a stranger at a table doesn’t have to be scary, even though having someone nearby taking notes on what you’re doing must be really stressful. It’s amazing how much I’ve enjoyed most of these mock dates. I’ve learned from clients what it was like growing up in Iceland and the best places to check out if I want to try skydiving, and I’ve absorbed countless great restaurant, book and TV recommendations. That said, it’s amazing to me that in a city where men and women interact all the time — and seem to be having the time of their lives — that some guys still get fundamental stuff wrong. Here are my worst dates over the years — and the valuable lessons NYC men can learn from them: The guy with opinions very few people share Two years ago, I met with a 30-something guy for coffee. There was nothing unusual about him. He was clean-cut, wore a T-shirt and jeans and had sandy brown hair. Like most mock dates, he was a little nervous and searched for a topic of conversation. We chatted pleasantly about whether he had any trouble finding the coffee shop, and whether he was looking forward to the weekend. I mentioned that fall is always my favorite season in New York. The guy asked me if I remembered what happened to the Twin Towers on Sept. 11. I said, yes, of course I did, and that it was tragic, and that I imagined we’d probably think of that every September forever. I was already thinking, “Well, gosh, this is a really sad way to start a date, but maybe he was a first responder in which case he’s a hero and. . .” Then he leaned in and whispered, “You know the CIA did it.” My mouth dropped. How could I possibly respond to such a statement? Thankfully, I didn’t have to, as
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    This Friday, November 18, the magical world of J.K. Rowling returns to theaters with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the first of five prequels that will bring Harry Potter fans back to the land of spells, wands, wizards, witches, Dark Lords, and--of course--magical creatures. So to celebrate the film and animals of all shapes and sizes (and all of the ones in-between), this week we are looking at the book the movie is based on, the textbook read by Harry Potter and every student at Hogwarts, the bookshelf staple of wizarding houses around the world: Newt Scamander's encyclopedia of magical animals. You might be familiar with the famous Magizoologist's seminal work, first published in 1927 and updated countless times since, because it's referenced throughout the Harry Potter novels. However, you might not know it was actually made available for purchase by Muggles/No-Majs everywhere in 2001, an exact replica of Harry's own copy, complete with handwritten notes from Harry, Ron
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    If you're an American comic book creator, you're used to getting very little credit when things you created come to the screen.It took until just recently for Marvel to consistently credit Jack Kirby for his monumental work with the publisher, without which the Marvel Cinematic Universe wouldn't [...]
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    Guillermo Del Toro usually associates himself with the darker side of filmmaking, but the Mexican director and producer has just finished work on an altogether more upbeat and life-affirming movie. _The Book Of Life_ follows the story of Manolo, a young man caught in the middle of a wager between two deities who must embark on an epic adventure in order to see the woman he loves again.
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    A collection of 56 electronic books covering subjects such as witchcraft, paganism, spiritualism, divination and demonology. Each book is supplied in EPUB, MOBI and PDF format so should be accessible to all ebook readers and computers. If you require a specific format please contact me and I shall try my best to accommodate your needs. The zip file is too large to be hosted by Etsy (230Mb) so when you have purchased the collection you will receive a link to the actual file which you can download at no additional charge. The collection consists of... • Alchemy: Ancient and Modern (H. Stanley Redgrove) • Ancient Pagan and Modern Christian Symbolism (Thomas Inman, John Newton) • Astral Worship (J. H. Hill) • Astrology: How to Make and Read Your Own Horoscope (Sepharial) • Atheism in Pagan Antiquity (A. B. Drachmann) • Christmas in Ritual and Tradition, Christian and Pagan (Clement A. Miles) • Daemonologie (King of England James I) • Demonology and Devil-lore (Moncure Daniel Conway) • Devil-Worship in France, or The Question of Lucifer (Arthur Edward Waite) • Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion (David Hume) • Discovery of Witches (Matthew Hopkins) • Elizabethan Demonology (Thomas Alfred Spalding) • Golden Bough (Sir James George Frazer) • History of Witchcraft in England From 1558 to 1718 (Wallace Notestein) • Hours with the Ghosts or, Nineteenth Century Witchcraft (Henry Ridgely Evans) • Human Aura / Astral Colors and Thought Forms (Swami Panchadasi) • Irish Witchcraft and Demonology (St. John D. Seymour) • La Sorcière: The Witch of the Middle Ages (Jules Michelet) • Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft (Sir Walter Scott) • Lives of the Necromancers (William Godwin) • Magic and Religion (Andrew Lang) • Magic and Witchcraft (Anonymous) • Malay Magic: Being an introduction to the folklore and popular religion of the Malay Peninsula (Walter W. Skeat) • Modern Magic (Maximilian Schele de Vere) • Mystic London: or, Phases of occult life in the metropolis (Charles Maurice Davies) • Myth, Ritual and Religion — Volume 1 (Andrew Lang) • Occult Chemistry: Clairvoyant Observations on the Chemical Elements (C. W. Leadbeater, Annie Wood Besant) • Occultism and Common-Sense (Beckles Willson) • Omens and Superstitions of Southern India (Edgar Thurston) • Other World; or, Glimpses of the Supernatural (Vol. I of II) (Various) • Other World; or, Glimpses of the Supernatural (Vol. II of II) (Various) • Outline of Occult Science (Rudolf Steiner) • Pagan and Christian creeds: their origin and meaning (Edward Carpenter) • Pagan and Christian Rome (Rodolfo Amedeo Lanciani) • Pagan Origin of Partialist Doctrines (John Claudius Pitrat) • Pagan Tribes of Borneo (Charles Hose, William McDougall) • Preaching and Paganism (Albert Parker Fitch) • Religion of the Ancient Celts (J. A. MacCulloch) • Salem Witchcraft and Cotton Mather / A Reply (Charles Wentworth Upham) • Salem witchcraft, The planchette mystery, and Modern spiritualism (Phrenological Journal, Harriet Beecher Stowe) • Studies in Occultism; A Series of Reprints from the Writings of H. P. Blavatsky (H. P. Blavatsky) • Superstitions of Witchcraft (Howard Williams) • Telling Fortunes by Cards: A Symposium of the Several Ancient and Modern Methods (Mohammed Ali) • Telling Fortunes By Tea Leaves: How to Read Your Fate in a Teacup (Cicely Kent) • Thaumaturgia (An Oxonian) • Treatise of Witchcraft (Alexander Roberts) • Witch Doctor and other Rhodesian Studies (Frank Worthington) • Witch, Warlock, and Magician: Historical Sketches of Magic and Witchcraft in England and Scotland (W. H. Davenport Adams) • Witchcraft and Devil Lore in the Channel Islands (John Linwood Pitts) • Witchcraft and Superstitious Record in Southwest Scotland (J. Maxwell Wood) • Witchcraft Delusion in Colonial Connecticut (1647-1697) (John M. Taylor) • Witchcraft of New England Explained by Modern Spiritualism (Allen Putnam) • Witch-cult in Western Europe / A Study in Anthropology (Margaret Alice Murray) • Wonderfull Discoverie of Witches in the Countie of Lancaster (Thomas Potts) • Wonders of the Invisible World (Cotton Math
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  • A GROUP OF BOOKS PERTAINING TO DECORATIVE ARTS, 20TH CENTURY
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    A GROUP OF BOOKS PERTAINING TO DECORATIVE ARTS, 20TH CENTURY subjects including silver, glass and furniture. Buy and collect contemporary or modern art, old masters, jewelry, wine, watches, interiors, prints, and music at Christie's auctions.

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