FC: Lesson 8: Arthurian Legends | Ryder Medlin English 4 7-8-12
1: This eBook was created on July 7th 2012 by Ryder Medlin for English 4 course on FLVS. Lesson 8: Arthurian Legends
2: The Cross commonly represents religion. The Medieval Period was a period of constant changes and Christianity was one of them when it was introduced to England. Many later in history changes were majority influenced by religion
4: Sword | sword represents magic and is associated with the rightful sovereignty, or quality of having supreme authority over a territory. According to the legend, it would only get detached from the stone if the right man pulled it.
5: Shield | The Shield is a tool used by kings and his infantry alike. The Shied blocks from enemy attacks.
6: The Crown: A symbol of great power. Worn by the higher monarchy to show he is the ruler of the land.
7: Knights Armour: Heavy, often chain mesh material; the Armour helps keep the knights protected during battle. Most amour tended to weigh down the knights.
8: King Arther King Arther is known throughout history as one of the greatest leaders of england. Known for incredible power and outstanding leadership skills; king Arther xis known for pulling the sword Excalibur from its stone.
9: The Pentangle: This figure, created from 46 lines, is a symbol of perfection because it replicates itself geometrically. It also represents endlessness because of the circle it is originally inscribed in.
10: This symbol is more of a chart. This chart has deep meaning in my life. I am a strong advocate of meditation and finding true inner peace. Throughout my life this has helped me stay calm, relax, focus more, train my brain, increase iq and study capability and much more. All matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, and we are all one conscientiousness experiencing itself, subjectively.There is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves.
11: Prism Refracting light this is another symbolthat means alot to me. to me it represents all that is as we see it starts as a blank slate and expands and vivifies as time moves along and as our eyes open more to the perception of life as a whole. it also is a album cover to my favorite band Pink Floyd.