Nature's Silent Music

Philip S. Callahan

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In this book, 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 such as Biddy Early. Callahan's study of hedgerows, booley people and Ireland's traditional form of agriculture can teach everyone the value of the land and why not to carelessly destroy it with toxic chemicals.

Copyright 1991, 2013, softcover, 224 pages. 40 per case.

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CJ
05/02/2020
Claudia J.
United States United States
Nature’s Silent Music

A wonderful book, beautifully written and covering many interesting topics regarding Irish history and agriculture, as well as point of interest. These include the mysterious towers that exist throughout Ireland and the paramagnetic fields attributed to them. A refreshing read! Highly recommended!

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