What better way to spend Good Friday, than to watch a film about a man who allows himself to be murdered, twice, indeed, just so as to prove that he was a good man trying to save the world! I shoul…
Is this for real? I feel like if I go to sleep and ask this question it’ll be like a tech nerd playing on a terminal; analogy=me asking is like the tech nerd putting in command prompts, and the terminal is life, reality, spirit world
This is all about how you would go about investigating your past lives in a safe manner. The point being that the Dweller On The Threshold is frightening at first, and many people get freaked out because they don’t realise what it is.
See: Reincarnation: A Hermetic Approach | Sol Ascendans - The Website of Alex Sumner
The difference between Lucid Dreaming and real life explained.
This sort of remark comes up on Twitter regularly – so I thought I’d enlist the cast of Inception to help explain it.
There is a quick way to discover whether this life really is a lucid dream or not. If it is, you can change it to what you want, using the power of your mind. In order to do this with ease one would normally need to do…
Just a reminder that my book A Fairy Story By Any Other Name is free to download today – Wednesday 9th April 2014.
Follow the links below to get to the appropriate download site, and when you do:
- Please tweet / share that you’ve downloaded it; and when you’ve finished reading it
- Leave a nice review on Amazon. :)
My attention was caught today by this in the otherwise reliable Daily Telegraph:
A university lecturer claims to have photographed fairies in the Rossendale Valley in Lancashire
Yeah, I know it looks like a load of insects, but that’s what the man says!
Anyway, my novel, “A Fairy Story By Any Other Name,” is now available from…
A FAIRY STORY BY ANY OTHER NAME is a fantasy novel by Alex Sumner, author of “The Magus” and “Taromancer,” and features Guy Shepardson, the eponymous lead-character from Alex’ series “The Demon Detective, and other stories.”
Modern day Sorcerer (and rakish man about Town) Guy Shepardson finds himself out of his depth – and out of this world…