World view

World view

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Theism: It refers to the belief that God created the world yet transcends it, along with the idea that God is omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent.

DRAGON AND THE RAVEN:

The dragon and the raven is very good for this world view. He followed them into a storm. Then the enemy disappeared, the people on the Dragon saw an island, and then went on it to get some food. So Edward took to men with him to hunt when the enemy fell upon them, Edward did not want his men to lose the battle with him on their side, so he called to the men on his ship to leave without him.

The enemy killed the two men Edward brought with him and took him to the Master. He served the enemy’s Master for about two weeks, when they took him into a temple of theirs.

Little Men:

He fallen boy, whose name was Tommy, introduces himself and the new comer says that he is Nat. Nat then went and saw the mistress.

He appeared to be sick for the first night. that night he saw some pillows fly and he asked what is going on, the mistress, who is Mrs. Bhear aka Aunt Jo, told him what she had promised the boys if they would be good for the week. The next night he was a lot better, and then he noticed a picture in his room that he liked.

Pip and Gunpowder

CHAPTER XXII

Pip and Gunpowder

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Nat and the boys were playing football, when a carriage came up the road and Mr. Laurence with a boy went into the school. When Mr. Laurence came out with the boy, the boy ran to us and said that his name is Pip. We all said welcome and our names. He then asked that he wanted to play with us and we said yes. We play for hours until it was super time. When we went in for super. Mr. Bhear let Pip sit by his right and Nat was allowed to sit by Pip. It was Saturday night, the night of the pillow fight. The pillow fight began.

It was so much fun because Pip did back flips and front flips when ever some one tried to hit him with a pillow. After the 15 min where up we went to bed. In the morning Pipe was no were to be fond, we look everywhere, but no Pip. Then we saw him come up the road with a smile on his face, we asked him what was the mater, and he said that he has fond Sulfur, Saltpeter, and Charcoal. All of the boy’s went with Pip to the stream in the woods. They built a hut and Pip put gunpowder in it and boom the hut was gone.

They went home all smelling like smoke.

They asked him what it was and he said gunpowder because the boys forgot what it was. They took some gunpowder back home and Teddy got hold of it and before he could eat some Mr Bhear walked in and took the powder away and told the boys to keep the black powder outside.

They went back the the stream and built a ship and put the rest of the gun powder in and lit it on fire.

Amerigo Vespucci

Amerigo Vespucci

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Amerigo was born on March 9 1454 Florence Italy to a merchant family and explored the new world to look for land to settle. He was then put in charge of a bank and then went on a exploration to the new world.

He went on the voyages to find gold and to find a new route to china, India, Asia, and more. He was a great navigator and made many maps and the country America is named after him.

He was a great man who discovered more land in America and he went on 4 more expeditions.

Not long after his return to Spain, Vespucci became a Spanish citizen. On March 22, 1508 he was made the pilot major of Spain by Ferdinand II of Aragon in honor of his discoveries. Vespucci also ran a school for navigators. He died on February 22, 1512 at his home in Seville, Spain and was buried at Vespucci family burial place in Florence, Italy.

Vespucci was a cousin of the husband of Amerigo Vespucci. He married Maria Cerezo. One of the very few references to Amerigo’s wife is contained in a royal decree dated May 22, 1512 giving his widow, Maria Cerezo a lifetime pension of ten thousand marvedis per annum deducted from the salary of her husband’s successor.

The Anglo-Spanish War

The Anglo-Spanish War

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The Spanish Armada was a navy with over 130 ships that carried 23,000 men. The Armada was not built for sea battle but just to carry the soldiers to England and drop the soldiers there and fight. The English army was not as big as the Spanish army but the English navy had about 200 ships. The ships where small and easy to turn.

The war was for religions rights to which religion was in Europe and that the king, Philip II would rule England. The Armada took two days to leave port and when they reach England the English navy was guarding the ports. The first battle took place in the sea at Plymouth, and the second was at Portland and so on. The Spanish ships where badly damaged and when they were off the cost of Ireland, some ships went into the rocks and sunk. More soldiers died on the way back to Spain from illness, and from other countries. When the Armada finely reached port there were 67 ships and less then 10,000 men.

Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary

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Bloody Mary was born on 18 February 1516 in the Palace of Placentia, Greenwich and died on 17 November 1558 St James Palace, London at the age 42.

Edward VI died and Lady Jane Grey became queen. She is also known as the 9 day queen because Mary I executed her and then was crowned queen. She married Philip II of Spain one year after being Queen. She got the nickname Bloody Mary from burning over 300 people at stake per year. She reign for 5 years and was a Catholic. She hated the Protestants and she killed many of them.

She died in a fake child birth.

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