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Nature's Silent Music

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  1 Review
In this book, scientist Philip Callahan shows how "civilized" insanity is turning Ireland away from her naturally harmonious, aesthetically pleasing, sound practices. Why remove a thatched roof to replace it with galvanized tin, only to increase the heating bill? With insightful wisdom, Callahan also examines the mysterious power of round towers, "magic spots," and healers ...more
Paperback, 246 pages
Published January 1st 1992 by Acres U.S.A., Inc.
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May 12, 2014 Dnicebear rated it it was amazing
After a trip in Ireland with Patricia Monaghan, I immediately re-read this book, where Mr Callahan goes to Ireland several times. The first of the 'several times' was as a young man for 3 years during the end of World War II, so we get memories from a previous generation and wonderful black and white photos.

I was happy to add to my new understanding of Bealtaine being a blessing of the herd (from Monaghan) the culture of booleying. "Booleying was an ancient herding system in the mountainous area
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