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TirNaNog by Mary Brannigan
  

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TirNaNog by Mary Brannigan

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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Publication date

8th May 2006

Author

Mary Brannigan

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Publisher

Lulu.com

Format

Paperback
285 pages

Categories

Mind, Body, Spirit: thought & practice

ISBN

9781411699700

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