Williams, L.A.

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Details: L.A. Williams Finished Design Size 400 W by 282 H
(16 W X 11-1/4 H inches on 25ct fabric)
(This Chart Contains 88 Colors)
Copyright Heaven and Earth Designs 2009

Death’s Steed There is found, in some obscure manuscripts and ancient writings, mention of Death’s Steed. What these stories describe cannot be defined as a mount in the usual sense. The “Steed” is commonly placed in the company of the Harbinger of Death or the Grim Reaper, if you will. Traditionally speaking and in the most widespread tales the Steed is thought to bear only the depraved and the foul. In more ancient tomes the “Steed” takes on a darker and more enigmatic demeanor. In every pre-Christian reference (and at least one biblical reference) the steed is called “The Sifter” though it must be noted that in more than three instances it has also been titled the “Dog of the King in Yellow” and also the “Childe of Stillborn Sorrows”. Even the tales that place the entity with the figure of Death have led to some debate over its purpose and relationship. Take, for instance, its appearance in Dante’s Inferno( this is actually unverifiable as this particular portion of the text has been lost over the years):
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 07 August, 2009.

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