The Dragon Whisperer’s Son

CHAPTER ONE The Innocent I WOULD LOVE TO BE ABLE TO tell you when this dragon’s tale was first whispered from mouth to ear. However, its tail was lost long, long ago in a landscape that was submerged under the dunes of the sands of time. We do divine, though, from the embroidery silks threaded…

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The Secret of The Secret

Yesterday, I told the Universe to send me a coat. I didn’t include a long wordy spec with my request. I just sent out a picture of it. As they say, a picture speaks a thousand words and that might be why I find, in all these types of shamanic communications, that metaphors in the…

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The mythology of Squid Game

Squid Game has become a massive worldwide hit on Netflix, but some of its success must surely be due to what most people have gone through during the last two years? Many more of us than ever, it seems to me, are now wondering whether we are just the poor victims of some fateful game…

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Fire in the Head – the shaman’s halo

There’s a lot of nonsense talked about whether someone in the West can call themselves a shaman, because ‘shaman’ is a Siberian word and we’re not Siberians. The truth is, we are shamans. We do the same job as the Siberian shamans of old. We experience the same mystical heat in our heads as all…

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The Glastonbury Chronicles

The Glastonbury Chronicles are based on authentic fairy tales and are written with love for adults who are still children at heart.

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The Dragon Whisperer’s Son

I’m delighted to be able to let you know that The Dragon Whisperer’s Son is now published and available here on Amazon in paperback and for Kindles. I’m also keeping the price low – for the next few weeks – of all three books in The Glastonbury Chronicles series so that you can buy them…

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Opening the Third Eye

I received guidance last Easter to offer darkness training which helps to open the third eye, to create optimal conditions for better visioning. I began in June and it was a great success. However, I then had to stop because I needed to recover from a hospital operation … but this is just to say…

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The last shaman of Britain

I am taking this title from the best and most scholarly work ever written on the Celtic bard Taliesin, by John Matthews. It was my inspiration when deciding to bring Taliesin back to life as a singing-and-breathing character in my own stories that make up The Glastonbury Chronicles. It is evident, from the substance of…

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Life on Earth – how to make sense of it

THERE IS A MEANING AND PURPOSE to our life here on Earth, no matter how challenging it can seem at times, and no matter how painful. It is, in reality, a quest, a pilgrimage, a journey in which we sometimes have to traverse difficult terrains because like the mythological hero, this is how we meet…

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King for a Year and a Day

There is a consensus among ancient history researchers that the “king for a year and a day” was actually a practice of the Irish, Welsh and Scots during pre-Christian times. However, historians in the main do not have the right lenses to interpret ancient myths, and are blind to metaphor. So they end up weaving…

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The Desecration of Wisdom

When I was first researching how the Romans destroyed the Mystery Groves of ancient Greece and Mesopotamia in order to “concrete over” their vast empire with the religion of Christianity, I never thought for one minute that I would witness such desecration in my own lifetime. Now, however, we can see the globalists using the…

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