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Encyclopedia of Angels

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Broad in its scope, this volume aims to demy stify the subject of angels by drawing on research from myst icism, religion, mythology, alchemy, parapsychology, psychol ogy, and philosophy. '
Hardcover, 214 pages
Published March 31st 1997 by Facts on File (first published October 1st 1996)
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Regina Hunter
Great book,but couldn't find anything on Aker, but mentioning of the name for 2 times.
If you are looking for reference material on angels of all religious traditions, including Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Hindu, New Age, et - this is a great book to start with. The information is vast, and is very objective. I like that, rather than offering an opinion on the validity of different stories, she just lays out all of the legends and myths for the reader. It was very informative. I didn't get to finish it before I took it back to the library, but I skipped around quite a bit and enjoy...more
Matthew Petti
Rosemary's dedication to exhaustive research is evident in her fabulous book of reference. If readers want to know anything about angels--myths, origins of lore and facts--they need look no further. Guiley's book is jam-packed with information that provides many key points and leads for further investigation. Her book was extremely helpful in my research. If you want to explore the realm of the mystical and paranormal, this is a great place to begin.
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Rosemary Ellen Guiley is a leading expert on the paranormal, and is the author of 45+ books, including ten single-volume encyclopedias. Since 1983, she has worked full-time in the paranormal, researching, investigating and writing. She has done extensive field work investigating haunted, mysterious and sacred places, and has had numerous strange and unexplained experiences. When she is not on the...more
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