Not to make it look like all our library buys is junk but…

Here’s a list of recently received titles.

The Power of Your Angels: 28 days to finding your path and realizing your life’s dreams by Isabelle von Fallois

Offering exercises, rituals, and case studies, this step-by-step process increases daily contact with personal angels and helps to form a more positive belief system, so that synchronicities and miracles become a standard part of life.

The Big Book of Angel Tarot

By removing the fear, worry and secrecy, Doreen and Radleigh have reintroduced the world to this language of the Divine without diminishing any of the amazing accuracy and detailed information that tarot is known for.

Complete book of Tarot Spreads

Tarot is like a puzzle or a work of art, and a great way to maximize intuition and have fun, too. In this insightful, imaginative look at interpretation, two of the best-known authors in the field examine 122 card layouts, complete with instructions on when and how to use them. You can learn the basics, read personality and year cards in a way that’s specifically related to your own interests, and explore larger cards and networks of cards. Featuring a rich variety of approaches, including Cycle of the Year (with 20 major layouts), tarot and astrology, and Arthur A. Waite and Aleister Crowley’s Golden Dawn System, this guide contains the tools for finding answers to life’s pressing questions.

Magnet Therapy: The Gentle and Effective Way to Balance Body Systems by Ghanshyam Singh Birla

Because over the past 500 years the strength of the Earth’s magnetic field has been reduced by half, and this problem is compounded by the cars and high-rises in which we spend our time, which cut us off from the natural stabilizing magnetic energy of the planet. Numerous scientific studies have shown that many cases of back, neck, or chest pain, headaches, dizziness, insomnia, and general fatigue are actually caused by what is known as Magnetic Field Deficiency Syndrome, and magnets can provide rapid relief in these cases.

Communing with the Divine: A Clairvoyant’s Guide to Angels, Archangels, and the Spiritual Hierarchy by Barbara Y Martin.

Based on Martin’s extensive direct clairvoyant experiences, this book will teach you to work closely with angels, archangels, and other divine beings who guide you in day-to-day living and help you achieve your destiny.

And my personal favourite: Conversations with History: Inspiration, Reflections and Advice from History-Makers and Celebrities on the Other Side by Susan Lander

Channeled by a psychic medium and written in interview format, this book takes readers on a unique journey with 22 spirits who were famous (or infamous) during their time on earth. Renowned personalities from 600 BC to 2011 AD – from Charlemagne, Ben Franklin and Gandhi to the Notorious B.I.G., Kurt Vonnegut and Steve Jobs – have returned to share their most important messages with us.

Plus one book that arrived the same day which I will have to borrow: Consult the Oracle: A Victorian Guide to Folklore and Fortune Telling by Gabriel Nostradamus.

The Victorian era is renowned for its fascination with the superstitious and the spiritual; the theatrics of the magician, the fortune-teller and the seance astounded nineteenth-century audiences. This illustrated book, first published in 1900, offers a layman’s guide to “matters magical and mysterious”, including how to interpret dreams, omens of good and evil, palm-reading, using ouija boards and identifying witches.

Doesn’t that one sound fun? I don’t need angels or tarot cards or magnetism to let me know a book report may be on the horizon…

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