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One After Another By Kennet Gillman
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Astrology: rectification and prediction using the sequence of planets present at an individual's moment of birth.
SELECTED POEMS 1971 – 2005 VOLUME TWO By Thomas Daffern
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This 2nd volume of poetry represents the author's poetic oeuvre covering a more recent time span, from the 1990's to 2005, and covers a wide ranging attempt to articulate the mysteries of existence.... More > The poems are a testimony to the living power of the Muses as inspirers and guardians of insight and wisdom, to harness our ability of seership and higher knowing in the struggle for planetary peace and wisdom in a time of confusion and tragedy. The author believes that it is time for the poets of the world to stand together and raise their combined voices in inspired warning and guidance, to give hope and vision and courage to all those working for peace and social and civil justice, for an end to persecution, oppression, poverty and violence of every kind. It includes a sequence of poems entitled A Shropshire Lass, which are a conscious re-invocation of A.E. Houseman's A Shropshire Lad in a more contemporary key.< Less
SELECTED POEMS 1971 – 2005 VOLUME TWO By Thomas Daffern
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This 2nd volume of poetry represents the author's poetic oeuvre covering a more recent time span, from the 1990's to 2005, and covers a wide ranging attempt to articulate the mysteries of existence.... More > The poems are a testimony to the living power of the Muses as inspirers and guardians of insight and wisdom, to harness our ability of seership and higher knowing in the struggle for planetary peace and wisdom in a time of confusion and tragedy. The author believes that it is time for the poets of the world to stand together and raise their combined voices in inspired warning and guidance, to give hope and vision and courage to all those working for peace and social and civil justice, for an end to persecution, oppression, poverty and violence of every kind. It includes a sequence of poems entitled A Shropshire Lass, which are a conscious re-invocation of A.E. Houseman's A Shropshire Lad in a more contemporary key.< Less