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The Inner Guide to the Megaliths (New)
by Richardson, Alan
Publisher: Immanion Press
Book ID: 9781905713530, 1905713533
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Megalithic remains are still scattered across the countryside thousands of years after being built, and their meaning - like dreams - are often the subject of intense and varying interpretation. Ordinary folk have been unexpectedly touched by these ancient sites, had the most inexplicable experiences, and have felt their own lives enlarged.
In the first book of its kind Alan Richardson has brought together a collection of astounding experiences from a cross section of people, including leading mediums, psychics, shamans, druids, exorcists, witches, remote viewers, magicians and mystics of every tradition - as well as ordinary day-trippers who have found that the ancient sites have in some way 'spoken' to them. More, he shows that not only are there are secrets buried within the countryside of every nation, which the mystics, mediums and magicians can help us find, but that there are secret places within the mind that are aligned to stars, and planets, energies and entities, and which - apparently - can take us across Time and within ourselves.
The author's approach to the work was quite simple. As well as plundering published sources he sent flyers off to every interested party he could think of, taking in the full range of New Age beliefs. He asked them to send him details of their experiences at the ancient places, asked them to ask their friends, and assured them that he was not going to put them in competition, or mock or scorn. On top of this he also recruited the talents of several individuals from very different Traditions and went around specific sites with them, recording what - if anything - they saw at each place. He assured them that they would not be, at any point or in any way, in competition with each other, or under any pressure to perform, psychically.
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