Colombia is named after Columbus, but not in the way that you might think.
The name Colombia dates back to Francisco de Miranda, a revolutionary who sought to overthrow Spanish colonial rule in late-18th and early 19th century Latin America.
He used “Colombia” as a term for all of so-called Spanish America. After General Simon Bolivar actually defeated the Spanish in 1819, the name came to refer to the new country of Gran Colombia (roughly present-day Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, and Venezuela).
TO CHANT, INCANTATION, MAGIC, CHARM, SPELLING,
A part-song for several voices, especially one of the Renaissance period, typically arranged in elaborate counterpoint and without instrumental accompaniment. Originally used of a genre of 14th-century Italian songs, the term now usually refers to English or Italian songs of the late 16th and early 17th c., in a freestyle strongly influenced by the text.
- FIRST FRAME: “OPEN YOUR EYES”. HERO OPENS ONE.
- LAST FRAME: A PICTURE IS TAKEN OF THE FAMILY. THEN FRAMED.
- Strong sister’s EYE starts twitching when the magic fades…
- The one other sister has perfect HEARING.
- The protagonist “Lacks magic” lives in a magical world.
- Her glasses frame is green. She’s “jaded”.
- Bruno is her UNCLE. His tablets are green, “JADE”. Hermes Trismegistus.
- How come the pastor and all Christians are okay with the magic???
- Doorknob says “M” – Masons build the house.
- The house is magical – It is the third temple.
- The newest addition to the family is the kid (who has glasses)
King SOLOMON – Can SPEAK to animals.