This story follows the life and adventures of a puma from kitten hood to adult.
Having to leave his home and family far behind to go to school on the mainland Trevor is very unhappy and homesick. Then one night something magical happens and he is taken to an enchanted place. Here he finds happiness and amazing new friends.
This story tells how a jealous girl makes a foolish wish to have her baby brother disappear, but is overheard by a witch who snaches him away. Finding a fairy friend she sets out to rescue him and faces grave danger.
Tales of the Woods
This book contains a warning to take notice of our surroundings and follow the country code. The story tells how a thoughtless action can bring terrible suffering to the creatures of the woods.
Pip to the Rescue
This book tells of the courage of a wood sprit to save his lake dwelling friends .Pip and his river bank friends are happy in their home, until cruel boys take away the toad to make sport with him. Pip uses his magic flute to save him and teaches these children how to treat others.
A farm gate not secured allows an inquisitive calf out to explore the world beyond the safety of the farm and into the hands of ruthless men who mean to sell him so he can never return home.
Over four decades, I have practiced my interest in magic. With this book, you can learn and utilise its power. How do you define magic? It’s not delving into the realms of the supernatural. Magic uses only natural energies and positive visualization to change our lives. We all have the invisible force to practice magic. Because we are surrounded by its energy. The energy that holds the power to bring good into our lives. Practice only practical magic and enjoy its force and power with a clear conscience.
All natural products and ceremonial objects mentioned in this book are easy to obtain. When planning your spell, listen to your heart and your conscience. Rituals and spells are part of the ancient world and practice of witchcraft is more than religion. It is a way of life. There has been an enormous resurgence of interest in witchcraft and other magical practices. People have been rediscovering indigenous and pre-Christian systems of belief and spiritual practices. A prayer is a simple form of magic. It is energy sent out to the universe in a positive manner, and over time it is reflected back. Many dreams and desires have been fulfilled through prayer. These days we led such busy lives. With families to care the days, fly past. To find time for long, drawn-out preparations and ceremonies it can be difficult. However, solitude, soft music and candles can accomplish much. You can perform practical magic on a shoestring with ordinary, everyday household items found in your kitchen. Many are carried away and spend a fortune on all the artefacts associated with Witchcraft. Of course, it is nice to own attractive, ornate, ready-made items to work with. I seldom suggest buying. Never on impulse and only if convinced you do need them.
I have described and explained the most popular spell casting aids used. The decision to collect these is yours. The book opens with a brief history of Witchcraft, and the horrific persecution suffered by the forerunners of the craft. If you are going to learn, you should know a little of the background. The most important thing is knowledge. The contents of this book will provide you this essential. People from all section’s of the populace are increasingly seeking instruction, a sense of meaning and belonging.
The most popular of these ‘pagan’ practises to be rediscovered, has been witchcraft.
I have written and published about witchcraft many years ago with Finbarr International many years ago, now found only in rare books.
In this book I have condenced knowledge gained over fifty years.
This book tells moving recollections of spirits assisting others on their journey from this world.
It contains a collection of individual stories told by others depicting their experiences with souls gone before. Amazing occurrences of help and comfort given from the departed to loved ones in times of greatest need.
We’d all like to know our existence does not end on a heartbeat. At death’s door, no matter what our religion or lack of one, we all hope there is something beyond this fragile life. We wonder what waits for us. The truth lies just beyond our reach. Is it to be heaven or hell, limbo, or reincarnation? Despite our passionate hope, does the future hold nothing for us but wind-blown
dust? What becomes of the spirit that we are assured rests inside shell?
Many unanswered questions remain and we yearn for answers to allay those fears. Some turn to the church for comfort and peace. Others need positive proof and attend the Spiritualist Church. We want to believe the Bible’s teachings. But it is hard not to have doubts. Within these pages, there is hope for despair and comfort for grief.