Angels in My Hair, by Lorna Byrne. ISBN-10: 0385528973;
ISBN-13: 978-0385528979. A marvelous and endearing true life story by a humble kind Irish woman who could see and talk to angels since birth. She shares how all of us (including agnostics and atheists) have both a individualized soul and a guardian angel regardless of our religious beliefs or spiritual paths. You will be amazed at how hard our guardian angels work to guide, protect and inspire us! It's an international bestseller translated into 23 languages & cherished by millions of readers worldwide. Well worth reading!
The Real World of Fairies, by Dora van Gelder. ISBN-10: 0835604977; ISBN-13: 978-0835604970. By far the best and most accurate book about Nature Spirits. Her accurate, endearing descriptions of her authentic eye witness accounts of the various Nature Spirits that she encountered throughout her life are enchanting and insightful. Delightful reading!
The Elves of Lily Hill Farm, by Penny Kelly. ISBN-10: 0963293419: ISBN-13: 978-0963293411.
The Elves of Lily Hill Farm is the true story of Penny Kelly's meeting with a group of Elves and the deal she makes with them to produce one-hundred tons of grapes from a mere thirteen acres of vineyards--without the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. As a result of their deal, Penny inadvertently enters the private world of plants, insects, animals, Devas, and Nature Spirits where communication among them is common, but the rules are all different. As the Elves teach her a series of intense and powerful lessons, an amazing drama emerges between people and nature, both struggling to survive in a world where communication between them has been lost.
To Hear the Angels Sing: An Odyssey of Co-Creation with the Devic Kingdoms, by Dorothy Maclean. ASIN: B005ZK7JFY.
In this classic book Dorothy Maclean tells her story of how she came to be one of the three founders of the Findhorn Community in Scotland. Following her inner contact with the Divine she came to communicate with the Devic or Angelic Realms that over-light all aspects of existence. The success and subsequent fame of the Findhorn gardens arose in part from Dorothy’s telepathic contact with these kingdoms. And many of the messages she received are included in this book.