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Robert Kirk: Walker Between the Worlds ❰Read❯ ➪ Robert Kirk: Walker Between the Worlds Author R.J. Stewart – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Robert Kirk Walker Between the Worlds, a new edition of The Secret Commonwealth of Elves, Fauns and FairiesTo this day, Robert Kirk, the Scottish minister and scholar, is believed to be entrapped in t Robert Kirk Walker Between Walker Between PDF ☆ the Worlds, a new edition of The Secret Commonwealth of Elves, Fauns and FairiesTo this day, Robert Kirk, the Scottish minister and scholar, is believed to be entrapped in the mysterious Fairy realm, or Underworld, which he described in such detail in the late seventeenth century Robert Kirk s Secret Commonwealth was the first work of its kind to be published in the English language, and it has long been a primary source for the study of Highland Robert Kirk: PDF or Fairy lore and the Second SightThis new edition in modern English by RJ Stewart includes a detailed commentary Comparisons are made between the ancient rites and powers of Fairy tradition and Second Sight, and those of Shamanism, Native American tradition, Celtic myth and legend, and perennial magical arts A fascinating and absorbing book that offers a fresh and stimulating insight into techniques of inner transformation.

  • Paperback
  • 196 pages
  • Robert Kirk: Walker Between the Worlds
  • R.J. Stewart
  • English
  • 19 May 2019
  • 0979140242

About the Author: R.J. Stewart

Robert John Stewart Bob Walker Between PDF ☆ Stewart was born in Edinburgh, Scotland His father came from a Gaelic speaking family originally from the Western Highlands His mother was Welsh, from a Welsh speaking family from the Gower Peninsula in South Wales, with a tradition of singing and playing the Welsh triple harp He is known today as a composer, author, and teacher, with books in publication, translated into many languages worldwide He is widely experienced in theater, film, and television, and is a Robert Kirk: PDF or skilled performer and presenter.



10 thoughts on “Robert Kirk: Walker Between the Worlds

  1. Lisa Murphy Lisa Murphy says:

    A wonderful old book about pagan beliefs and charms, with a very thin veneer of Christianity spread over it Robert Kirk 1644 1697 was a minister in Aberfoyle, Scotland who believed himself to be a seer one who communicates with fairies He wandered frequently over Doon Hill, where he convened with the fairies, and he eventually died there or has local custom has it, he was taken by the fairies from there, and a double was left in his place to be buried His treaties on fairies, The Secret A wonderful old book about pagan beliefs and charms, with a very thin veneer of Christianity spread over it Robert Kirk 1644 1697 was a minister in Aberfoyle, Scotland who believed himself to be a seer one who communicates with fairies He wandered frequently over Doon Hill, where he convened with the fairies, and he eventually died there or has local custom has it, he was taken by the fairies from there, and a double was left in his place to be buried His treaties on fairies, The Secret Commonwealth of Elves, Fauns Fairies written in 1690, gives his proof that fairies exist, explains what is known about their lives and habits, and tells tales of encounters with them As a very Christian man, he spends a lot of time proving that they are not of the devil, and pulls many quotes from the Bible to justify his beliefs To a modern reader, he appears as a man on the cusp between deeply held Pagan beliefs and working to get established Christianity As such, he tells us as much about Paganism as he does about fairies, including a section on old charms to cure this or that The writing is translated from Gaelic, but the editor has managed to retain the Middle Earth 17th century feel of it, making for a wonderful read if you enjoy old language And the editor is very knowledgeable about Pagan myths, and mythic archetypes in general his commentary is fascinating and enlightening In all, a very rich book.And, if you ever go to Aberfoyle, do walk up beautiful Doon Hill Especially in May when the bluebells carpet the woods, the hill is so delightful that one can indeed believe in fairies there

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