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Cosmiels Gift - Philip Carr-Gomm

In this excerpt from the novel 'The Prophecies', beautifully illustrated with images by Angela Lemaire, we learn why Hermann no longer fears death after his Ecstatic Journey with the angel Cosmiel 'beyond the Sea of Stars', beyond even the Seventh Heaven:

"Since taking this ecstatic journey with Cosmiel, I no longer fear death. Instead I know of the wonders that lie in store for me, once freed of the physical body. Death, I now know, is a process of shedding, of letting go of attachments, of longings, of defences, of garments of thought and feeling that cover the pure radiance of the soul."


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Radiant Brow - H Catherine Watling

Radiant Brow is a novel rooted in Celtic myth and in the turbulent history of Dark Age Britain - the story of a man who is bard, shaman and spiritual warrior.
A foundling, abandoned at birth and fostered by the royal clan of Gwynedd, Taliesin lives to become the greatest bard of his time, one whose name is still revered today. But he pays a price for power, for his fierce dedication to the goddess Ceridwen and to the land of his ancestors. Whilst he fights the Anglo-Saxon enemy, and for unity among his people, he also fights a battle within, and faces conflict between love and loyalty.
As the Britons lose ground and are torn apart by tribal rivalry, Taliesin's own life reaches a crisis, and he must make an ultimate decision.

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The Apple and the Thorn - Emma Restall-Orr and Walter William Melnyk

This story is not true
in the sense that most people use the word.
It emerges out of the mists of time, rooted deep in the heritage of Britain.
It is a weave of mythologies, theologies, and histories.
It is the story of two people, and a story of our peoples.
It has no beginning and it has no ending.

The Apple and the Thorn stands upon the tradition of two mythical characters: the Lady of the Lake, and Joseph of Arimathea (Eosaidh, in this tale.). Yet the land itself is a living character in the tale, as is the surrounding marsh, the invading Roman legion, and a very special cup of blue glass that unites them all.

The legend of the Lady is found in medieval Arthurian literature, but predates and underlies the story of Arthur by some four hundred years, no doubt emerging out of very ancient oral traditions. In this tale, she is known as Vivian. The story is set amidst the coming of the Jesus tradition from the east to the ancient world of mythic Britain, and what happens when these two worlds first collide. The conflict is deepened when Eosaidh is confronted with the new cult of Jesus that even he cannot accept. In the end, Eosaidh must choose between Avalon and Jerusalem, between two loves. Vivian, too, must face choices she had never imagined.

As the tale unfolds, Vivian and Eosaidh debate the story of the young Lad, exploring questions of God and the gods, humanity, gender, honour, hope, history, ethics, spirituality and, always, the underlying presence and meaning of the land. They alternately succeed and fail in understanding each other. The growing depth of their intellectual connection is matched by the growing depth of their friendship.

For the authors, there is much in this tale that emerges from their own separate life stories, brought together here in a literary collaboration to craft a mythic tale of human struggle and hope in the midst of a violent world. Yet readers will find only themselves in Eosaidh of Cornualle and Vivian of the Marshes.

Emma Restall Orr (Bobcat)
Walter William Melnyk (Oak)

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The case of the Cornish Patsy: a Druid Investigator mystery by Penny Billington

Britain's favourite Druid Private Eye is back! See the world through the eyes of a practising Druid as Gwion, robed and ready, is called once again to maintain the ancient harmonies.
Sent to magical Cornwall, he becomes implicated in human affairs and is marked man. As he acquires an entourage including girls, geese, giants and a fanatical geography teacher, he begins to realise that the Land itself is in peril - and where is Britains ancient protector?
Gwions crazy circus will traverse the length of the peninsula before the final showdown with the forces of evil, on May Day Morn.

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The Prophecies - Philip Carr-Gomm

Mysterious. Magical. Erotic. An incredible story. Mark Townsend, author The Gospel of Falling Down

A powerful romance, on many levels part political thriller, part esoteric journey, and part moving love story. I couldnt put it down.
William Ayot, author Re-enchanting the Forest

A vivid portrayal of war, friendship and our deepest desires.
Compelling writing and research. Superb. Dr Brian Bates, author The Way of Wyrd

An extraordinary work of the compassionate imagination. Lindsay Clarke, author The Chymical Wedding

When Luftwaffe pilot Hermann Kaestner falls in love with a French clairvoyant, who will he be forced to betray his country, his lover, or his own soul?
The world has now forgotten the extraordinary prophetess Genevive Zaepffel, but at the height of her fame she was predicting the fate of nations and the outcome of the war to thousands seated in the Salle Pleyel in Paris. In the streets outside, the French police were rounding up Jews while German officers were entertained in brothels and slept in the citys best hotels.
A novel based on the lives of The Druidess of Brocliande and Henri Gillard, who created a grail chapel in Brittany.

Hauntingly Beautiful Rated 5 stars by The San Francisco Book Review.

313 pp

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