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Thursday, September 15, 2011

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Dark Tales - Edgar Allan Poe's The Black Cat Game Review

Join investigator C. Auguste Dupin in Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe's The Black Cat, the second game in the Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe hidden object adventure game series. Monsieur Mark Davies has reported that his wife Sara has been missing for 2 weeks, and it is up to you to figure out what happened to her. Immerse yourself in 19th century France as you work on solving this mystery. And then there's this black cat that seems to be there whenever something odd happens.The thrilling Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe hidden object adventure game series returns with The Black Cat, a murder mystery based on Poe's psychological story of the same name. You play the part of an investigator alongside C. Auguste Dupin, the renowned detective from Poe's detective works such as Murders in the Rue Morgue. The two of you have been called by a worried husband whose wife has been missing for 2 weeks....

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The Impact of Black Cat Names

Color has an impact on the choices people make. People instantly react to a particular color giving a glimpse into its meaning and symbolism.
Cats, in particular, conjure up such strong magnet as black. Being black, people easily evoke strong emotions to these felines. From sophisticated elegant symbol of the gods to the evil incarnate of the black art.
Black, originally used by Proto-Indo-Europeans to burn or gleam, commands respect and power. It appears in cats as classic and mysterious because of the color's association to emptiness-- the unknown. It has been highly regarded very unlucky by the European and European-American traditions, but concomitant to the sailor's good luck beliefs. It also has been considered a fortunate one as an antinomian lucky black cat of the African-American sporting and gambling world bringing the lost love back, granting invisibility, and a money charm....

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The Black Cat - Superstitions and Beliefs

Black Cat SuperstitionsAs superstitions go, fear of a black cat crossing one's path is of relatively recent origin. It is also entirely antithetical to the revered place held by the cat when it was first domesticated in Egypt around 3000 BC.A black cat crossing one's path by moonlight means death in an epidemic. ~Irish superstitionAll cats, including black ones, were held in high esteem among the ancient Egyptians and protected by law from injury and death. So strong was cat idolatry that a pet's death was mourned by the entire family; and both rich and poor embalmed the bodies of their cats in exquisite fashion, wrapping them in fine linen and placing them in mummy cases made of precious materials such as bronze and even wood - a scarcity in timber-poor Egypt. Entire cat cemeteries have been unearthed by archaeologists, with mummified black cats commonplace.Dread of cats, especially black cats, first arose in Europe in the Middle Ages, particularly in England. Th...

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