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prophecy
used in The Mark of Athena

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Definition
a prediction of the future (usually said to be obtained in a supernatural way)
  • The idea of a chicken lady issuing prophecies was apparently just as ridiculous to Romans as it was to Greeks.
    p. 30.3
  • We should talk about the Great Prophecy.
    p. 23.9
  • We call it the Prophecy of Seven.
    p. 23.9
  • Annabeth wasn't sure why she had blurted out the lines of the prophecy.
    p. 24.3
  • At any rate, some of the prophecy is becoming clear.
    p. 25.1
  • Just as obviously, Fla had recited a prophecy—a prophecy that concerned her.
    p. 29.8
  • Just as obviously, Fla had recited a prophecy—a prophecy that concerned her.
    p. 29.8
  • "That was a prophecy," Octavian insisted.
    p. 29.9
  • It sounded like a prophecy.
    p. 29.9
  • Besides, we already have a real prophecy to worry about.
    p. 30.5
  • The harpy Ella .... it was a prophecy she spoke.
    p. 36.5
  • "It sounded like a prophecy," she admitted.
    p. 36.8
  • She'd never heard that prophecy, but her mother had charged her with following the Mark of Athena; and as she thought about the coin in her pocket, a horrible suspicion began taking root in her mind.
    p. 42.8
  • He'd built the ship with eight cabins—seven for the demigods of the prophecy, and a room for Coach Hedge (Seriously—Chiron considered him a responsible adult chaperone?
    p. 59.9
  • Figure out the prophecy?
    p. 61.1
  • I mean .... that was a prophecy Ella spoke, right?
    p. 61.1
  • At some point in the past, she'd inhaled a collection of ancient prophecies that had supposedly been destroyed around the fall of Rome.
    p. 61.3
  • Let me think about the prophecy—but right now we have more immediate problems.
    p. 61.7
  • Someone opens a cookie, and suddenly they have a prophecy that they'll be rich!
    p. 71.1
  • "Uh .... you know those aren't real prophecies, right?
    p. 71.3
  • She'd meddled in his life since he was a baby, molding him to serve her purpose in this big prophecy, but at least she had been on their side, more or less.
    p. 73.1
  • Maybe their presence should've reassured Piper, but seeing all of them in one place only reminded her that the Prophecy of Seven was unfolding at last.
    p. 106.9
  • "Twins, like in Ella's prophecy," Annabeth said.
    p. 109.9
  • The other lines of the prophecy turned in Piper's mind.
    p. 111.9
  • All at once, several ideas came together in her head—the visions in the knife, the lines of the prophecy they'd been discussing the night before.
    p. 126.7
  • Anyway, he mentioned the twins in Ella's prophecy.
    p. 139.9
  • "The Mark of Athena, the twins, Ella's prophecy .... how does it all fit together?"
    p. 142.6
  • The word only reminded her of the Prophecy of Seven: an oath to keep with a final breath.
    p. 150.4
  • At least we know what the lines of the prophecy mean now.
    p. 172.7
  • The prophecy says he holds the key to endless death.
    p. 173.1
  • Maybe she got a prophecy or some bad news.
    p. 213.0
  • After their experience with the eidolons, she didn't like the idea of approaching a ghost, especially one that changed people with bad news or prophecies.
    p. 213.2
  • He explained the Prophecy of Seven, the building of the Argo II, and their quest to reach Greece and defeat the giants before Gaea woke.
    p. 296.2
  • Leo thought about his least favorite line in the Prophecy of Seven: To storm or fire the world must fall.
    p. 300.9
  • If necessary, Tyson could summon an army of Cyclopes to the camp's defense, and Ella and Rachel Dare were already comparing prophecies, trying to learn more about what the future held.
    p. 306.0
  • A prophecy told us it has the power to help defeat the giants.
    p. 558.0
  • Then she thought about the other lines of the prophecy: The twins snuff out the angel's breath, who holds the keys to endless death.
    p. 563.9

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