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Knights of Saint Andrew By Keith Duncan
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Constitution and Code Order of the Thistle Knights of Saint Andrew of the Orient of Louisiana Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry for the Southern Jurisdiction of the United States of... More > America< Less
Guthrie Knights of Saint Andrew Member Handbook By Guthrie Valley
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The Guthrie Knights of Saint Andrew Handbook is designed for everyone from the newly initiated Squire, to the seasoned Knight.
Ancestral Chains (DNA Part VIII of VIII) Andrew Bloodline By Mark D Bishop
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An ancestral trail through two English counties inhabited by everyday, church-going country folk. Great-grandmother Mary Brewer Andrew was to grow up in a sheltered Cornish village founded by a Welsh... More > saint, but fate found her transported across the country to Suffolk, where she was to find the man of her dreams and start an idyllic family. Life was good and prosperous as a butcher's wife, the only real tragedy being in WWII with the loss of her youngest child. Yet her own childhood and ancestry tell a tale of death and hardship. Pealing back the pages of the lives of her immediate parents' family, who were agricultural labourers, is a story unto itself. Some ancestors did run successful businesses though. They were millers; but even millers can fall foul of the law, which has necessitated a detailed look into the life inside the notorious Bodmin jail. Chilling though its stories are, the place is now a museum, a skylight looking down into how things should not have been, but how history & karma affect us all.< Less
"Ancestral Chains, Andrew Bloodline: Dna Part 8 of 8" By Mark D Bishop
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Cornwall county claims its own Celtic identity, but which aspects of my mother’s ancestry came from there was a muddle to me. I remember visiting a Cornish churchyard decades ago. It was in an... More > obscure village that I had been told was an ancestral seat, but I could not find any traces of anyone connected to my ancestry. Recently though, I decided to head for Cornwall again, this time armed to the teeth with a digital camera and a written list of my Cornish ancestral surnames; the idea being to have a poke around the villages and churches concerned, where my south-western relatives had bred and flourished. Click, click and double click, went my lens, as family name upon family name seemingly jumped out at me from almost every corner of every church and so many tombstones; they were a crock of gold sculpted in stone. Here then is but another puzzle for me to put the pieces thereof together, as I introduce my eternal great-grandmother: Part VIII of my DNA, Mary Brewer Morgan, nee Andrew (1878-1969).< Less
Secret Scotland Calendar By andrew hennessey
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This is the Secret Scotland Calendar of Andrew Hennessey, folklorist and Ufologist. If there were some things you wanted to know about Scotland but got diverted at the tartan tourist shop - this is... More > the calendar for you. Available but hard to locate knowledge and some of the secret stuff hidden in plain view that the tour bus just accelerates past ! Some of these images are extraordinary insights into the paranormal in Scotland. All were taken by Andrew Hennessey. Bronze Age sites, historic battles, ghosts, monsters, faeries, magic, Saints and Angels, Masons and Templars - all illustrate the reason many people still make pilgrimmages to Scotland.< Less
SHORES OF THE DREAMING RAINBOW By andrew hennessey
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The Shores of the Dreaming Rainbow is the collection of epic poetry written by Andrew Hennessey that spans the history and future of the human race. It also reflects - in a rites of passage way - the... More > temptations put in his way by various organisations and agencies. These events in his life were often of a paranormal and dark nature - and we can also see these ideas and close encounters play out in Scottish folklore both ancient and modern. Some of the plays were written for and performed at the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival and their historic and prophetic scope represents a roller-coaster ride through the cultural funfair of Scotland and its colourful history and mythology. Andrew Hennessey became Catholic in 2006 in gratitude for the many intercessions by Saints and Angels that had dug him out of many dark disasters and blind alleys on the Way to Heaven.< Less
The Seven Champions of Christendom By Ilia Lvovich, Graf Tolstoi
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The Seven Champions of Christendom is a moniker referring to St. George, St. Andrew, St. Patrick, St. Denis, St. James Boanerges, St. Anthony the Lesser, and St. David. They are the patron saints of,... More > respectively, England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal, and Wales.The champions have been depicted in Christian art and folklore as heroic warriors, most notably in a 1596 book by Richard Johnson titled Famous Historie of the Seaven Champions of Christendom.Legend often portrays God sending James to the Battle of Clavijo to fight against the Moors, while George is usually thought of as being a knightly dragon-slayer. The legend of Patrick casting all of the serpents out of Ireland is also quite famous. The stories of the Seven Champions were especially popular in Europe during the Dark Ages. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Champions_of_Christendom Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
The Seven Champions of Christendom By William Henry Giles Kingston
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The Seven Champions of Christendom is a moniker referring to St. George, St. Andrew, St. Patrick, St. Denis, St. James Boanerges, St. Anthony the Lesser, and St. David. They are the patron saints of,... More > respectively, England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal, and Wales.The champions have been depicted in Christian art and folklore as heroic warriors, most notably in a 1596 book by Richard Johnson titled Famous Historie of the Seaven Champions of Christendom.Legend often portrays God sending James to the Battle of Clavijo to fight against the Moors, while George is usually thought of as being a knightly dragon-slayer. The legend of Patrick casting all of the serpents out of Ireland is also quite famous. The stories of the Seven Champions were especially popular in Europe during the Dark Ages. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Champions_of_Christendom Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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