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Who are you?

Today a reader pointed us towards two different genealogy resources which look ideal for any person keen on answering the question of ‘who am i?’ Whether you are looking for a tangible ancestral history, or a more general idea of where you came from, one of these sources should be of help to you.

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Animal moments to celebrate

Something new, well it made me happy anyway! After spending so much time reading through BBC news and being constantly downtrodden with how many species of animals are closer and closer to extinction each day, it has been good to see something which celebrates the animals around us and the magic that has been caught […]

Scottish Island to become International Yoga Camp

Followers of Indias most popular lifestyle guru Swami Ji, aka Baba Ramdev, have bought the tiny North Ayrshire island of Little Cumbrae for £2million. The 700acres of uninhabited land will now be converted into an international yoga camp called Peace Island.

Baba Ramdev’s special brand of “pranayama yoga” has 80million followers worldwide who praise the […]

Top 3 Books on Hieroglyphics

These are the three best books I have read on the subject of Hieroglyphics – in no particular order: The Rosetta Stone by R B Parkinson Since my recent trip to the National Museum in Cairo, I’ve been fascinated by the Rosetta Stone. Seeing such an incredible piece of history (albeit a convincing replica) in the context of that remarkable country is something I recommend everyone should experience. This book is written by the Egyptian curator at the British Museum – that is the man currently in charge of the real Rosetta stone. […]

Celtic Tree Mysteries: Secrets of the Ogham – Book Review

Most authors approach the subject of Ogham either as a complex language or a set of mathematical features, but Steve Blamires gears this book more towards the magical and ritual history and use of these Celtic symbols. The book aims to cover the subject on both a physical and spiritual level, offering more practical advice […]