The author was a newspaper editor in his fifties when he learnt how to dowse, and it transformed his life. He soon tried some of the many ways that the ancient art can be used - from finding lost objects to selecting the freshest fruit and vegetables at the supermarket and deciding where to go on holiday. Then he became fascinated by energy leys, part of the mysterious world-wide grid of Earth energies, and tracked dragon lines at famous places such as Glastonbury and St Michael's Mount. As his skill with a pendulum improved he went on ghost hunts and had some eye-opening experiences. The book goes on to explain how dowsing can give access to a vast sea of knowledge and open doors into alternative spirituality and the paranormal. There is emphasis on the need for psychic protection, which shuts out what are described as low grade entities - one of which had a coarse message for the author.
Our friends, Joan, Joyce and Alastair their brave dog, Lionel and Robert are lucky enough to be off on a splendid holiday to Tuscany in Italy. But of course, that dastardly scoundrel, Captain Thomas is also heading for Tuscany! This time he's after the famous golden wild boar statue. If he can get his hands upon it, he is convinced it will fetch him a small fortune! Can our friends put a stop to the dastardly scoundrel's beastly plans? And what part in this tale does a live wild boar play? Find out inside! Thrills and spills await the reader inside this all new and exciting Captain Thomas adventure story.
A Christmas gift for fans of the Dream Series...Just in time for the holidays - spend your vacation with Betty and Howard Barnes as they go on a "dream" European trip.You'll see a whole new side to two of the unsung heroes of the Dream Series in this fun and lighthearted romantic adventure...
Holiday Explorer is a short course in English for young students which includes fascinating real world content and images from National Geographic.
"They have got one of the guns round to fire over the stern, Dick. There, it has stopped now; evidently the prahus have got round the next corner. It is a pity that any of them should have escaped, and they would not have done so if the Serpent had remained at the mouth of the creek; but I suppose the captain became anxious at the continuation of the heavy firing here, and so came up to our help. It is lucky he did so, for, though we might have beaten them off, they were in such tremendous force that I fancy it would have gone hard with us in the long run. I was beginning to think so myself, Harry."
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