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Sacred

Sacred is an action-RPG from Germany-based development studio Ascaron Entertainment. Choose from an assortment of six characters including the Seraphim, Gladiator, Vampire, Battlemage, a Wood Elf, and a Dark Elf, each with unique fighting styles and special abilities. Various play options allow for online multiplayer, as well as an expansive single player quest, which boasts over 200 missions including side quests. Innovative additions to gameplay include environmental factors such as a day-to-night cycle, which will effect the abilities of the Vampire character (she takes the form of a knight by day, and draws on her vampire strengths at night).

Release Date: March 19, 2004

Developer: Ascaron Entertainment


Videos

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Sacred means revered due to association with holiness. Holiness, or sanctity, is in general the state of being holy (perceived by religious individuals as associated with divinity) or sacred (considered worthy of spiritual respect or devotion; or inspiring awe or reverence among believers).

From an anthropological or atheistic perspective, the religious view of the sacred is an emic perspective on a culture's collection of thoughts and practices that function as a basis for the community's social structure.

Objects are often considered holy or sacred if used for spiritual purposes, such as the worship or service of gods. The property is often ascribed to people ("a holy man", a "holy prophet" who is venerated by his followers), objects (a "sacred artifact" that is venerated and blessed), times ("holy days"), or places ("holy places", "sacred ground").


Questions & Answers

  • Sacred Geometry ?

    More info on this subject please i know about the golden ratio kinda and the and the way you can find the Fibonacci spiral in almost all things but has anyone got good website links

    Sacred geometry is geometry used in the design of sacred architecture and sacred art. The basic belief is that geometry and mathematical ratios, harmonics and proportion are also found in music, light, cosmology. This value system is seen as widespread even in prehistory, a cultural universal of the human condition. It is considered foundational to building sacred structures such as temples, mosques, megaliths, monuments and churches; sacred spaces such as altars, temenoi and tabernacles; meeting places such as sacred groves, village greens and holy wells and the creation of religious art, iconography and using ""divine"" proportions. Alternatively, sacred geometry based arts may be ephemeral, such as visualization, sandpainting and medicine wheels.

  • Sacred Heart Diet?

    Have you tried it? I have heard some great things about it. What do you think? Also, will it still work if I leave the onions out of the soup? Cuz I hate onions.........

    The Sacred Heart Diet is a fad diet that has been circulating for many years. The diet was supposedly thought to come from the cardiology department at Sacred Heart Memorial Hospital where it was used for overweight heart patients. However, like most of these diets - this is an urban myth. The Sacred Heart Diet has been called a number of different names (such as the Spokane Heart Diet, the Cleveland Clinic Diet, Sacred Heart Memorial Hospital Diet and the Miami Heart Institute Diet). The diet also bears a striking resemblance to the cabbage soup diet. The Sacred Heart diet is a soup-based diet, and claims that you will lose 10-17 pounds in the first week. This may be true, but most of the weight will tend to be water - and will be gained right back very soon after the diet. This diet is very clearly an unsustainable fad diet, but is not as nutritionally unsound as similar diets. Most of these diets claim some magical fat-burning science is involved, or that there is something special about the combination of foods. This is simply untrue - it is nothing more complex than a reduction in calories! This diet is not recommended The Sacred Heart Hospital in Montreal Canada (Hôpital Sacre Coeur) issued a press release in 2004 stating that "no nutritionist at the Hospital took part in the development of this diet" (ref - French). The American Heart Association have claimed that the diet is phony (ref). The Sacred Heart Medical Center also disclaim any association with the diet this is what this diet all about. my advice dont try. Day 1 Any fruit (except bananas). Cantaloupes and watermelon are lower in calories than most other fruits. Eat only soup and fruit today. Day 2 All vegetables. Eat until you are full with fresh raw, cooked or canned veggies. Try to eat green leafy veggies and stay away from dry beans, peas or corn. Eat veggies along with the soup. A baked potato and dinner time with butter. Don't eat any fruits through today. Day 3 Eat all the soup, fruit and veggies you want. Do not have a baked potato. Day 4 Bananas and skim milk: Eat at least 3 bananas and drink as much milk as you can today, along with the soup. Day 5 Beef and tomatoes: you may have 10 to 20 ounces of beef and a can of tomatoes, or as many as 6 tomatoes on this day. Eat the soup at least once today. Day 6 Beef and veggies, eat to your heart's content of the beef and veggies today. You can even have 2-3 steaks if you like with green leafy veggies but no baked potato. Be sure to eat the soup at least once today. Day 7 Brown rice, unsweetened fruit juice and veggies, until full (and eat the soup). You can add cooked veggies to your rice if you wish. Drinks Allowed Unsweetened juices Tea (also herbal) Coffee Cranberry juice Skim milk Lots of water Soup Recipe 1 or 2 cans of stewed tomatoes 3 plus large green onions 1 large can of beef broth (no fat) 1 pkg. Lipton Soup mix (chicken noodle) 1 bunch of celery 2 cans green beans 2 lbs. Carrots 2 Green Peppers Season with salt, pepper curry, parsley, if desired, or bouillon, hot or Worcestershire sauce. Cut veggies in small to medium pieces. Cover with water. Boil fast for 10 minutes. Reduce to simmer and continue to cook until vegetables are tender. The soup can be eaten at any time. Alternatives Here is a different version of the diet - alleged to have come from Lehigh Valley Hospital, Pennsylvania. "Follow the daily plan for 2 consecutive weeks, then take the following week off. You can repeat the cycle for as long as you like or until you achieve your weight loss goal." MONDAY Eat SOUP and all the FRESH FRUIT that you want. Nothing else. (no bananas) TUESDAY Eat SOUP and all the FRESH VEGETABLES that you want. Nothing else. (no corn or beans). WEDNESDAY Eat SOUP and BOTH FRUIT & VEGETABLES, all you want. Nothing else. THURSDAY Eat SOUP all day and 3 BANANAS. 1 GLASS OF SKIM MILK. Nothing else. FRIDAY Eat SOUP, up to 8 TOMATOES and ALL the skinless CHICKEN, lean BEEF & FISH that you want. Nothing else. SATURDAY Eat SOUP, ALL the skinless CHICKEN, lean BEEF & FISH that you want... nothing else. SUNDAY Eat SOUP and all the BROWN RICE that you want. Nothing else. SOUP Ingredients Soup to be eaten ALL DAY as much and as often as you can 2 - 11oz. cans chicken noodle soup (Campbell Healthy) 5 stalks of celery (diced) 1 lb. pack frozen string beans 4 carrots (diced) 4 potatoes (diced) ½ green pepper (diced) 2 onions (diced) The best way to loose weight is to do naturally. The body will accept it better. Take half the intake, eat half what u normally eat. 3 light meals a day. No sugar stuff. Soft drinks are no good. Plain water is the best. No sweet drinks and no snack. Do not eat between meals. Have regular time meals. Do not eat before bed. No supper. Breakfast is a must. Take a light lunch. A lighter dinner. Less red meat, if possible take fish. The best way to eat fish is to steam it. More vegetables and take 2 kinds of fruits per day. If u decide to stop meat a better replacement would to take beancurd. You can caculate your body mass index (BMI) with a formula. BMI = weight (in kilograms) divide by (Height (m) x Height (m)) remember I kilograms = 2.2046 pounds 1 meters (m) = 0.305 feet chart for Risk of Heart Disease and Diabetes 27.5 and above High Risk 23.0 – 27.4 Moderate Risk 18.5 – 22.9 Low Risk (healthy range) Less than 18.5 Risk of nutritional deficiency diseases and osteoporosis

  • Whats sacred anymore?

    anything? im tired.

    sa·cred  –adjective 1. devoted or dedicated to a deity or to some religious purpose; consecrated. 2. entitled to veneration or religious respect by association with divinity or divine things; holy. 3. pertaining to or connected with religion ( opposed to secular or profane): sacred music; sacred books. The Scriptures---The Inspired Word Of GOD.....and Anything That The True And Living GOD Declares To Be Sacred. Ezekiel 20 (Amplified Bible) 40For on My holy mountain, on the mountain height of Israel, says the Lord God, there all the house of Israel, all of them in the land, shall serve Me. There will I [graciously] accept them, and there will I require your offerings and the firstfruits and the choicest of your contributions, with all your sacred things. Daniel 7 (Amplified Bible) 25And he shall speak words against the Most High [God] and shall wear out the saints of the Most High and think to change the time [of sacred feasts and holy days] and the law; and the saints shall be given into his hand for a time, two times, and half a time [three and one-half years]. Mark 2 (Amplified Bible) 26How he went into the house of God when Abiathar was the high priest, and ate the sacred loaves set forth [before God], which it is not permitted or lawful for any but the priests to eat, and [how he] also gave [them] to those who were with him? Luke 1 (Amplified Bible) 72To make true and show the mercy and compassion and kindness [promised] to our forefathers and to remember and carry out His holy covenant [to bless, which is [a]all the more sacred because it is made by God Himself], 1 Corinthians 3 (Amplified Bible) 17 If anyone [a]does hurt to God's temple or corrupts it [[b]with false doctrines] or destroys it, God will [c]do hurt to him and bring him to the corruption of death and destroy him. For the temple of God is holy (sacred to Him) and that [temple] you [[d]the believing church and its individual believers] are. 2 Timothy 3 (Amplified Bible) 15 And how from your childhood you have had a knowledge of and been acquainted with the sacred Writings, which are able to instruct you and give you the understanding for salvation which comes through faith in Christ Jesus [through the [a]leaning of the entire human personality on God in Christ Jesus in absolute trust and confidence in His power, wisdom, and goodness].

  • Has anyone done the sacred heart diet?

    The Sacred Heart Diet is a 7-day eating plan that is supposed to shed pounds quickly by consuming a special soup made of broth and vegetables as your main source of food. According to the diet, during the seven days, you can lose up to 10 pounds or more. Each day has specific guidelines for which foods and drinks to consume. There is a thorough list of restricted foods and beverages, so that you'll reap the benefits of the diet. This diet supposedly comes from the Sacred Heart Memorial Hospital, although reports on the Web refute this. It is used for overweight heart patients in order to lose weight rapidly, usually prior to surgery. In addition to losing weight quickly, it is intended to also wash your body of impurities while giving you a surge of energy without the ingestion of caffeine or other energy-enhancing products. This diet is also sometimes referred to as the Cabbage Soup Diet. PRO - There are notable health benefits from avoiding certain processed foods like refined sugars and flours - Does not call for any funky supplements or herbal concoctions - Reliance on the diet’s consumption of vegetables, fresh fruit and lean protein is beneficial to one’s health and can possibly aid in weight loss also. - Its one-week time frame is manageable for individuals with a strong will power and who want to lose weight quickly - Supports exercise CON - Diet may be restrictive for some - No scientific evidence that this soup will actually burn calories - Once you’ve completed it, you are on your own to reestablish your eating routine - Does not give any guidelines for how to sustain long-term weight loss - Given its strictness, the individual may run the risk of having a very exhausted and tired condition when Day 7 is completed - Sacred Heart Hospital and The American Heart Association deny any relationship with the diet FOOD and RECIPE The soup, which is made from 11 ingredients, is the supposed magic pill of The Sacred Heart Diet. You can find the Sacred Heart Soup recipe here. On this food program, you will eliminate: - Bread - Alcohol - Fried foods - Carbonated beverages, including diet sodas The Diet has specific guidelines for each day that you must adhere to in order to reap the supposed benefits. Your diet will progressively add lean beef, chicken, fish and dairy. Each day, you will consume your sacred soup in addition to certain kinds of fruit, certain allowable beverages, protein and other cooked or canned vegetables. For instance, on Day One, you may eat as much soup as you want to as well as fruit except for bananas. On this first day, you can only drink coffee, black tea, water or unsweetened juice without milk or sugar added to the beverages. On Day Four, you may eat at least 3 bananas, and drink as much skim milk and soup as you can. Abiding by the diet’s guidelines is intended to yield the results you are looking for. EXERCISE There are no specific exercise recommendations for The Sacred Heart Diet other than to follow your usual exercise routine by getting in some form of exercise on most days of the week. EXPENSE No additional expense is need for The Sacred Heart Diet other than the cost of food to eat during the week, which can be purchased at your local grocery store. CONCLUSION Albeit it is a very restrictive diet, The Sacred Heart Diet is a commendable eating plan given its reliance on vegetables, fruits and lean protein. It is clearly high in fiber, nutrients and minerals. It is similar to many low carbohydrate diets out there for its avoidance of refined sugars, flour of any sort, fried foods and added fat. Although there is no scientific proof that the sacred soup which you ingest every day is a magic pill to melt off the pounds, it is a great way to feel full and to get in more than your five veggies a day. But its reliance on veggies and fruit might give some stomach cramps if your system is not used to this way of eating. Since this such a one-shot punch to lose weight, it might be that you gain the weight back just as quickly or even more quickly as you lost it. And do make a pact with yourself before starting this diet that on Day 8, when The Sacred Diet officially ends, you don’t hightail it to McDonalds and order 3 double cheeseburgers and 2 super-sized fries. Do be gentle on your gut as you acclimate it back to the foods that you normally consume: order the Happy Meal. Good Luck !

  • What does sacred feminine in christianity mean?

    can please someone provide with some detailed information on the topic

    The “sacred feminine” is a religious movement that emphasizes femininity as being closer to divinity than masculinity. Those of the sacred feminine tradition worship feminine beauty and the power of sexual reproduction. The sacred feminine assumes that women, through the ability to bear children, are more “sacred” than men. Men can only experience the sacred feminine, spiritually, through sexual intercourse. Advocates of the sacred feminine viewpoint range from pseudo-Christians to radical feminists, goddess worshippers, and Wicca witches. Hints of the sacred feminine viewpoint can be seen in the Bible with the examples of ritual prostitution (Genesis 38:21-22; Hosea 4:14) and goddess worship (Jeremiah 44:17-25; 2 Kings 23:7). Other examples can be seen in the Easter fertility rituals and some aspects of Mariology. In The Da Vinci Code, author Dan Brown repeatedly points to “the sacred feminine.” His unfounded and baseless theory is that Jesus’ mission was to father children through Mary Magdalene, thereby producing a “royal” bloodline. According to Brown, Mary Magdalene was the “holy grail” that carried Jesus’ blood, and Mary Magdalene was Jesus’ intended leader of the Christian church. It was the patriarchal disciples and early church that “demoted” Mary, denied the sacred feminine, and instituted a patriarchal caricature of Jesus’ intention for Christianity. Neither Dan Brown’s imaginations nor the sacred feminine has any basis in the Bible. Jesus chose 12 male disciples, hardly the move of a man seeking to establish the sacred feminine. The New Testament is replete with examples of male leadership in the church (1 Timothy 2:11-14). Biblical Christianity has lifted women to equality and oneness in the Body of Christ (Galatians 3:28), while maintaining a distinction in roles. Yes, a woman receives glory through childbirth (1 Timothy 2:15), but the role and value of women is no more (or less) sacred than that of men. The “sacred feminine” is not sacred, nor does it accurately represent what the Bible describes as true femininity. `.

  • Do you believe life is sacred?

    then how come when it's us it's an abortion, and when it's a chicken it's an omelete... the sanctity of life is a self serving man made bs story

    sacred 1.devoted or dedicated to a deity or to some religious purpose; consecrated. 2.entitled to veneration or religious respect by association with divinity or divine things; holy. 3.pertaining to or connected with religion (opposed to secular or profane): sacred music; sacred books. 4.reverently dedicated to some person, purpose, or object: a morning hour sacred to study. 5.regarded with reverence: the sacred memory of a dead hero. 6.secured against violation, infringement, etc., as by reverence or sense of right: sacred oaths; sacred rights. 7.properly immune from violence, interference, etc., as a person or office. So, no, I don't believe that life is sacred.

  • Where is your sacred space?

    Describe it to me. Mine is in my sister's old room. I miss her and all my wiccan things are in there. In the summer it's by the garden though so i can meditate with the

    My sacred space is in a parlor towards the front of our 3 story Victorian house that was built in 1915. There are 3 bay windows facing West and a few small windows near the ceiling facing North. To the East is the stairs going to 2nd floor and there is a space with beautiful carved rods there. Below it there are some wooden shelves that hold more bottles and various herbs along with a mortar and pestle. The ceiling is painted navy blue and there is a full moon painted in glow in the dark paint and a light that is surrounded by a painted sun. Facing North is my altar with all my ritual tools and symbols. To the left of it is a wooden book case that holds all my special books. On the West side is a shorter wooden book case that holds bottles and symbolized boxes, some with tarot cards. Above it is a shelf that holds all of the water and I have collected from various places in the States. Next to it is a small table with a water fountain. In the bay windows there is a stained glass pentagram hanging, a Halloween sign "Witch Zelda's wand repair", there are also bumper stickers that say "Freedom of Religion; "Goddess Bless"; and "Proud Witch". In the South next to the glass doors is another wooden book case that holds various candles and incense. There is also a wooden rack hung up that holds various oils and jewelry. On the floor is a pentagram painted in silver paint. Because I live in a bad neighborhood, I am uncomfortable with going outside in my yard. :-( My sacred space is very special to me and I will miss it greatly when we move. We have to as we are losing the house. However my husband has assured me that wherever we go, there will always be a place for me to have as sacred. We were handfasted on Beltaine 2007. Blessed be, Jaz

  • Catholics, what is meant by Sacred Tradition?

    By Sacred Tradition is meant the revealed truths taught by Christ and His Apostles, which were given to the Church only by word of mouth and not through the Bible, though they were put in writing principally by the Fathers of the Church. In a wide sense Tradition embraces the whole teaching of the Church, including the Bible, since it is only from the Church that we have the Bible. In a stricter sense Tradition includes only what was handed down orally from the Apostles. The Apostles themselves say that there is much that they have delivered to the faithful by word of mouth (2 John 12; 1 Cor. 11:2). Among many examples of truths in Tradition, not clearly manifested in Holy scriptures, are: the exact number of sacraments, the time of institution of some sacraments, the books that make up the Bible, the Baptism of infants, and Sunday observance. All the truths of Sacred Tradition now have found their way into books. From the first Christian centuries the practices and doctrines of Tradition were preserved by saintly teachers whom we call Fathers of the Church. They were disciples of the Apostles, contemporaries of those disciples, or disciples of the disciples. These holy and learned men instructed the Church in the years of its first growth. Chief among the Fathers of the first six centuries (date is of death), are: the Doctors of the Church, and Saints Clement of Rome (99), Ignatius of Antioch (107), Polycarp (155), Justin (165), Irenaeus (202), Cyprian (258), Dionysius (265), Gregory Thaumaturgus (270), Optatus (372), Martin of Tours (397), Gregory of Nyssa (398), Epiphanius (403), Celestine I (432), Vincent of Lerins (450), and Caesarius of Arles (542). Besides the writings of the Fathers, the truths of Sacred Tradition may be found chiefly in: (a) writings of the Doctors of the Church; (b) decrees of Popes and Church councils; and (c) the liturgy of the Church as found in the Missal and rituals. We call "Doctors of the Church" those ecclesiastical writers, noted for learning and holiness of life, who have by Church authority been proclaimed with that title, and whose feasts have been extended to the whole Western Church. Among the Fathers of the Church, these are honored as Doctors: Saints Hilary (368), Athanasius (373), Ephraem (378), Basil the Great (379), Cyril of Jerusalem (386), Gregory Nazianzen (389), Ambrose (397), John Chrysostom (407), Jerome (420), Augustine (430), Cyril of Alexandria (444), Peter Chrysologus (450), Leo the Great (461), and Gregory the Great (604). Among the outstanding Doctors of the Church of the Middle Ages are: Saints Peter Damian (1072), Anselm of Canterbury (1109), Bernard (1153), Thomas Aquinas (1274), Bonaventure (1274), Albert the Great (1280). Of later Doctors we have: Saints Peter Canisius (1597), John of the Cross (1605), Francis de Sales (1612), Robert Bellarmine (1621), and Alphonsus Liguori (1787).

  • Are cows also sacred in Bangladesh?

    It used to be part of India, so I wonder. Plus I wonder if it can also be called- "Bengaladesh"

    The word SACRED means: is in general the state of being holy (perceived by religious individuals as associated with the divine) or sacred (considered worthy of spiritual respect or devotion; or inspiring awe or reverence among believers in a given set of spiritual ideas). In other contexts, objects are often considered 'holy' or 'sacred' if used for spiritual purposes, such as the worship or service of gods. These terms can also be used in a non-spiritual or semi-spiritual context ("sacred truths" in a constitution). It is often ascribed to people ("a holy man" of religious occupation, "holy prophet" who is venerated by his followers), objects ("sacred artifact" that is worshipped), times ("holy days" of spiritual introspection, such as during winter holidays), or places ("sacred ground", "holy place"). Islam is the largest religion of Bangladesh; Muslims constitute 88 % of the population followed by Hindus who constitute 11 %. The remainder of Bangladeshis practice other religions such as Buddhism and Christianity.[1] . Religion has always been a strong part of identity, but this has varied at different times. A survey in late 2003 confirmed that religion is the first choice by a citizen for self-identification; atheism is extremely rare. As the population of Bangladesh is dominated by Muslims, Hence cow is not a sacred animal there. Cow is only a sacred animal in India. As Muslims dont consider any animal sacred! The Pronunciation of Bangladesh is: Name: Bangladesh Phonetic Pronunciation: bahng-gluh-DESH Cheers!

  • What makes art sacred?

    Definition of Sacred 1. devoted to deity: dedicated to a deity or religious purpose 2. of religion: relating to or used in religious worship 3. worthy of worship: worthy of or regarded with religious veneration, worship, and respect Thus, art that is devoted to a deity, used in religious worship, worthy of religious respect. Sounds like "idolism" to me, but hey... I don't consider any art to be sacred. Sacred comes from holy. Meaning to be set apart for the use of the Creator of all things. All former things under this category were not art (for arts sake), but had specific functional purposes. Although they could also be called artfully decorated, even their beauty was symbolism of a higher than earthly meaning. That said, the former is the current day definition.


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