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The secret shrine book. Read by Catharine Hughes.
Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780816421015. Release Date:January 1974. Publisher:Seabury Press, Incorporated, The.
Series: Mystical Reflections Series. No current Talk conversations about this book.
The Shrine of the Book (Hebrew: היכל הספר, Heikhal HaSefer) is a wing of the Israel Museum in the Givat Ram neighborhood of Jerusalem that houses the Dead Sea Scrolls. Initially, it was intended to build a home for the scrolls on the Givat Ram campus of the Hebrew University, adjoining the Jewish National and University Library. The building was constructed in 1965, funded by the family of David Samuel Gottesman, a Hungarian-Jewish philanthropist.
Redirected from The Secret (Animorphs)). Kathryn Hughes (born 1959) is a British academic, journalist and biographer. Educated at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University and the University of East Anglia; her doctorate in Victorian history was developed into her first book, The Victorian Governess.
The Secret Shrine is a Nod infantry technology center, appearing in Tiberium Wars and Kane's Wrath. The Secret Shrine contains the special training rituals necessary to deploy advanced infantry. Once the Tiberium infusion upgrade has been purchased, the vent in the center of the roof will start emitting a green cloud, presumably Tiberium, in a similar fashion to the Nod Tiberium silos.
Catherine Hughes was born in Hampshire but found a home in North East Wales where she can often be seen jogging through the beautiful countryside
Catherine Hughes was born in Hampshire but found a home in North East Wales where she can often be seen jogging through the beautiful countryside. She would LOVE to know what you think of her work. As well as writing, Catherine loves running, cycling, singing and reading.
A shrine (Latin: scrinium "case or chest for books or papers"; Old French: escrin "box or case") is a holy or sacred place, which is dedicated to a specific deity, ancestor, hero, martyr, saint, daemon, or similar figure of awe and respect, at which they are venerated or worshipped. More than any other tomb in the Islamic world, the shrine of Muhammad is considered a source of blessings for the visitor. Among famous sayings attributed to Muhammad include one stated as: "He who visits my grave will be entitled to my intercession. Visiting Muhammad's tomb after the pilgrimage is considered by.