Romany is a true blood Gypsy Clairvoyant and mystic. This book teaches you the real deal towards using gypsy magick. Handing to you very important information.
Ideal for anyone new or not to the... More > world of spells & witchcraft. A very simple none complex guide into enhancing & seeking magick from the higher power.
This book is compact with his methods of traditional modern gypsy witchcraft teachings. Combined with spells & how to read through the art of divination.
The spells contained in this book are from his own writings.
For the first time ever a true spiritual gypsy opens up the door to the truth about how to really conjure the magick.< Less
This nature book by PHIL SHELLEY is generously illustrated in black and white by wildlife artist R LEONARD HOLLANDS. It grows from a fondly remembered series of books by the Methodist minister... More > naturalist broadcaster, George Bramwell Evens, known as ROMANY (he was part gypsy). Now, "Romany of the BBC" is back with us, 50 years on. Based in his gypsy caravan, he takes us around the countryside opening our eyes to the marvels of nature. A book for older children and adults alike. As TERRY WAITE says in his Foreword, it is to be hoped that, through this book, many "will be encouraged to take a greater interest in the preservation and development of the natural world."< Less
The Romany Rye
In this work, published in two volumes in 1857, George Borrow continued the "kind of biography in the Robinson Crusoe style" which he had begun in the three volumes of... More > "Lavengro," issued six years earlier. "Romany Rye" is described as a sequel to "Lavengro," and takes up that story with the author and his friend Isopel Berners encamped side by side in the Mumpers' Dingle, whither the gipsies, Mr. and Mrs. Petulengro and their relations, shortly afterwards arrive. The book consists of a succession of episodes, without plot, the sole connecting thread being Borrow's personality as figuring in them. Much of the "Romany Rye" was written at Oulton Broad, where, after his marriage in 1840, Borrow lived until he removed to Hereford Square, Brompton. At Oulton, it is worthy of record, gipsies were allowed to pitch their tents, the author of "Romany Rye" and "Lavengro" mingling freely with them. As a novel, the "Romany Rye" is preferred by many readers to any of Borrow's other works.< Less
The blue eyed child is the fictional story about the prophecy of the gypsy boy who in line is the saviour of the world. It was written in the fates long before the earth was created, when the good... More > & evil first began emerging together by universal attraction.
Both Mythical & magical the story contains fun filled moments with a touch of heart felt feelings of confusion and emotional overdrive. The plot is very wide open guiding you through the moments that come to pass.< Less
Mysterious Violet is about a child later named Violet. She is said to be born dead & left on the door steps of a stranger women during the night of a great storm.
Violet grows up having a... More > supernatural ability of clairvoyance and psychic visions. Nobody knows where violet had come from not even Violet, or so she thinks.
There is nothing that can get passed her when she is near someone or touches them. Violet grows up with this gift and to her it is of a second nature. Though most of the time it gets her into trouble, because she doesn't think before she speaks and tells the person anyway.
Her life begins to be something amazing and she is so happy though she is raised in poor conditions. There was always a fire and some food and a lot love from her new found Mama Jess.< Less
Mama Maye is the story about a young girl who is born into this life in a dark time.
Her mama dies when she is giving birth to her and Maye ends up in the hands of being raised by her pa (Kaleb... More > Jones Jr) The gambling gangster man who owns an illegal run down blues bar known as the mud-shack.
Maye’s mama was a white women and her pa was a hansom good looking black man. Kaleb raises Maye as a slave child, ruling her life and never letting her out of his site unless watched by the gang.
Kaleb makes her cook, makes her clean and beats her any chance he gets. From young child to adult she is beaten badly and never sent to school.
He gets her to work at the mud-shack bar sometimes and never lets her rest. The only freedom she has is the back yard, which has a high fencing built around it so she can’t get out to escape< Less