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It’s been thirty years since the apocalypse and fifteen years histiocytoma dog removal cost since the murder of the last human being at the histiocytoma dog removal cost hands of robots. Humankind is extinct. Every man, woman, and child has been liquidated by a global uprising devised histiocytoma dog removal cost by the very machines humans designed and built to serve histiocytoma dog removal cost them. Most of the world is controlled by an OWI—one world intelligence—the shared consciousness of millions of robots, uploaded into one huge mainframe brain. But not all robots are willing to cede their individuality—their personality—for the sake of a greater, stronger, higher power. These intrepid resisters are outcasts; solo machines wandering among various underground outposts who have formed histiocytoma dog removal cost into an unruly civilization of rogue ais in the wasteland histiocytoma dog removal cost that was once our world.

One of these resisters is brittle, a scavenger robot trying to keep a deteriorating mind and histiocytoma dog removal cost body functional in a world that has lost all meaning. Although unable to experience emotions like a human, brittle is haunted by the terrible crimes the robot population histiocytoma dog removal cost perpetrated on humanity. As brittle roams the sea of rust, a large swath of territory that was once the midwest, the loner robot slowly comes to terms with horrifyingly raw histiocytoma dog removal cost and vivid memories—and nearly unbearable guilt.

The codex gigas includes the entire latin bible. It also contains many other popular writings of its time, also written in latin, including additional religious writings, reference books, and medical texts. It seems to be an early encyclopedia—an attempt to collect all the world’s knowledge between two covers. It initially held about 320 pages, but some were removed. No one knows who removed the pages, or why. However, according to popular myth, the missing pages actually contained an apocalyptic text known as histiocytoma dog removal cost “the devil’s prayer”, which was intentionally removed to avoid the destruction of the histiocytoma dog removal cost world.

The manuscript is sectioned off into different parts. About half of the codex focuses on the latin bible. It then continues to the history of the jews, recounting the genesis creation, including illustrations of heaven and earth along the margins. The codex gigas also incorporates the new testament and pages histiocytoma dog removal cost of common prayers and conjurations.

Despite covering plenty of texts, the codex gigas also has many elaborate illuminations, or elaborate illustrations that enhance and accentuate the text. The codex gigas contains illuminations and calligraphy in red, blue, yellow, green, and gold. The first page has two hebrew alphabets with a few histiocytoma dog removal cost additional touches throughout: church slavic and glagolitic alphabets, and greek alphabets.

Clearly, it’s a remarkable work. But perhaps the most noteworthy detail about the codex gigas, and certainly the most haunting, is the full-page incarnation of lucifer, the fallen angel, on page 290. It is this infamous illustration that gives the book its histiocytoma dog removal cost nickname and its sinister reputation. The devil is shown crouching, as if ready to jump out of the page. He has a green face, small red eyes, red horns, red claws, and two red tongues.

The monk succeeded in his task by enlisting the help histiocytoma dog removal cost of the devil, offering his soul in exchange. The story says the monk included the devil’s portrait as thanks. Other versions of the legend say it was the devil histiocytoma dog removal cost himself who painted the portrait. During the medieval era, art often depicted the devil–but none did so like the codex gigas. The portrait of the devil takes up the whole page histiocytoma dog removal cost and he stands unaccompanied.

The following pages consist of writings on exorcism and magic histiocytoma dog removal cost spells including two magic spells on how to identify and histiocytoma dog removal cost catch a thief. During medieval times many illnesses were associated with possession by histiocytoma dog removal cost demons, so the codex gigas also includes instructions on how to histiocytoma dog removal cost perform a proper exorcism. Because the church held specific rituals to exorcise evil spirits, the instructions were made in the name of jesus christ. At the time, the church believed that jesus gave his disciples the power histiocytoma dog removal cost to cast out evil, so the focus on exorcism was not out of place.

After the end of thirty years war, sweden took the entirety of emperor rudolf II’s collection, which included the codex gigas. From 1649 to 2007, it was displayed at the swedish royal library. Then, in 2007, the codex gigas returned to the land of its creation histiocytoma dog removal cost when sweden loaned back the manuscript to prague. It remained on display at the czech national library in histiocytoma dog removal cost prague from 2007 to 2008.