Tirnanog

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Lulu.com, May 8, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
Tir na nOg is a book of imagination that takes you back to the dawn of civilization and right through to modern-day Ireland Born in Ireland in 1939, Mary Brannigan has travelled throughout the world seeking answers to the mysteries of the past. She has a great interest in art as well as philosophy, spirituality, history, archaeology and the ever-present kingdoms of the elementals which have fascinated man from the beginning of time. Her book combines past and present from ancient India to present-day Ireland where secrets are still hidden beneath the stones.
 

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Contents

The Birth of Myths
11
Myths through the ages
27
How reality became myth Storytellers
38
India cradle of humanity Worldwide similarity
62
Individuality and consciousness Story of the blank page
86
Story of the Little Prince
100
The Unknown Mysteries Imagination
132
Getting there Angels Wonderlands
156
Celtic folklore The coming of the Celts The Irish
179
Fairy Worlds Where fairies come from Classification
188
The Celtic fairy world Tír na nÓg
222
Sacred numbers Ying and Yang Tuning In Why
228
Childrens Corner stories
250
Conclusion
263
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