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Doomsday: The Ætheling Thing

Book Blurb “Who was this Arviragus bloke anyway?” Don studies the light as it plays through his beer, casting prisms on the table. How is it possible to hide such a story… the hidden history of Christianity in Britain? Oh, there are legends of course… old tales… Yet what if there was truth in them? ... Read More

Egregores – The Occult Entities That Watch Over Human Destiny

Book Blurb The first book to explore the history and influence of egregores, powerful autonomous psychic entities created by a collective group mind • Examines the history of egregores from ancient times to present day, including their role in Western Mystery traditions and popular culture and media • Reveals documented examples of egregores from ancient ... Read More

The Magical World of Dr. Joseph Lisiewski

Book Blurb Few figures in modern occultism have garnered as much admiration - and vitriol - as Dr. Joseph Charles Lisiewski. Born in the coal mining regions of Central Pennsylvania, Lisiewski came of age as religious orthodoxy was waning, but before the world of the 'Counter Culture Movement' had fully come full-term. After a terrifying ... Read More

The Book of Melusine of Lusignan

Book Blurb Considerable interest in faery tradition has grown up in recent years and not least in the story of Melusine of Lusignan, the subject of a prose romance by Jean d'Arras at the end of the 14th century, swiftly followed by one in verse by Couldrette. This book provides a collection of material from ... Read More

The Templar Door

Review coming soon..... Book Blurb I am not chasing the Holy Grail, the sacred Head known as Baphomet, the Ark of the Covenant or anything to do with Sacred Bloodlines. I simply want to know why the Templars of Wiltshire seem to have haunted me for some years. I will take the reader on what ... Read More

The Green Man and the Dragon

Book Blurb "The Green Man and the Dragon" talks about the mystery behind the myth of St George. Review The Green Man and the Dragon is a fascinating journey that starts essentially wondering why churches in England have many more green men than images of Jesus? Who does the green man represent? Paul Broadhurst takes ... Read More

Giants Dance: Rhyme and Reason

It began with a walk over the bracken covered hillsides of Derbyshire to a lonely stone circle, almost forgotten. It was just a walk...until the hawk flew from the tree and once again the visions began. Plunged into a realm beyond reality, further than history, deeper than time, Don and Wen begin to unravel the ... Read More

The Black Eyed Kids

Black Eyed Kids - Are they just a scary urban myth or something much more sinister? Kids with black eyes and monotone voices terrorizing neighborhoods across the USA and beyond. Discover what the black eyed kids are and experience chilling true and actual encounters with these frightening creatures. Supernatural expert, G. Michael Vasey, carefully investigates ... Read More

The Most Haunted Country in the World? The Czech Republic

The Czech Republic - The Most Haunted Country in the World? by G. Michael Vasey Discover the creepy ghosts of Prague, the location of the mysterious gate to Hell, creepy haunted forests, tales of vampires and the undead, abandoned cemeteries now used for satanic rituals in the dead of night, strange and mysterious imps and ... Read More

Wicca for Beginners: A Guide to Wiccan Beliefs, Rituals, Magic, and Witchcraft (Wicca Books Book 1)

It is estimated that there are over 1 million practicing Wiccans around the world today. But what is it that has made these people turn their back on the formal, structured religions that encompass the majority of the Western world? In our modern, high-pressured world, many of us fail to take notice the sheer beauty ... Read More