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PFINGER and the end of power

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Length: 153 pages2 hours

Summary

In a previous book, BORK and the Stones of Power, the birth of the giant stone circle and the start of a static agricultural orientated society is described. In this, the old ways are defended against a destroying army from the north led by Bork, and it survived. In this tale, the stones, and the ancestors they may have represented, are blamed for the natural hardships of weather and poor crops being experienced by the clan. Their ring of giant stones are attacked, ultimately destroyed, and eventually abandoned, as family groups followed each other looking for a better way of life.It had however performed its function for a good many generations. The Story Singers first appear in Bork and are a pure invention. But something of the kind probably existed to carry news between relatively isolated groups.

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