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by John Churchward
Author: John Churchward
Publisher: Berkely Publishing Co.; North American First Edition edition (1977)
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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780425034330. Release Date:January 1977.
September 1975 : UK Hardback. April 1977 : UK Paperback.
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What beckoning ghost? Jessie's Saturday Night Late Night Movies. WEALTHY, BUT PLAIN MILDRED'S BEEN HOUSEBOUND WITH A WEAK HEART, TENDED BY HER SENSUAL SISTER AND NE'ER-DO-WELL HUSBAND, WHO MILDRED DANGLES ON A SHORT FINANCIAL LEASH.
The Body of a man in his sixties is discovered in the Serpentine at Hyde Park. The deceased is wally Whichcord, who had achieved notoriety seven years earlier as an independent witness to a sighting of the Hyde Park Ghost.
Beckoning Candle is a sweeping family saga that spans four centuries. John Willis and William Bradford were born in England in the 16th century. Both were Separatists because they separated from the Church of England, ruled by a king. It is the story of two great nations and my ancestor’s struggle from tyranny-religious and political. To better understand this saga, it will help if you know a little about my ancestry dating back to 1575. They were later contemporaries in the small village of Plymouth Colony, in the New World-America. They both lived out their lives there.
James Churchward (27 February 1851 – 4 January 1936) was a British occult writer, inventor, engineer, and fisherman. Churchward is most notable for proposing the existence of a lost continent, called "Mu," in the Pacific Ocean. His writings on Mu are considered to be pseudoscience. Churchward was born in Bridestow, Okehampton, Devon at Stone House to Henry and Matilda (née Gould) Churchward. James had four brothers and four sisters.
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