All the King's Children: The Human Legacy of Alex Sanders

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Logios Publishing, Jun 18, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 204 pages
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Much has been written about Alex Sanders, King of the Witches. But much more is left unsaid about the lives of the men and women who were changed forever through the work of this remarkable man.
 

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Contents

Scott England
11
Paul Hardy England
37
Theitic United States
57
Dean Australia
79
Bronwyn United States
103
Val Hughes Wales
125
Tanith United States
147
Meagan United States
167
Epilogue
185
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About the author (2010)

Jimahl di Fiosa is a respected Elder and High Priest of Alexandrian Witchcraft. His interest in the occult spans many years. He has devoted his spiritual path to exploring the mysteries of the Goddess and to the preservation of Wicca for future generations. In 1999 he caused a big splash in the pagan publishing world when he penned his first book, "A Voice in the Forest, Spirit Conversations with Alex Sanders". The book became an overnight success with critics and readers alike and is now considered to be a classic of pagan literature. Jimahl is an accomplished medium and travels extensively, providing classes in spirit communication to anyone with a sincere interest in spiritualism. In 2009, his long awaited second book was published, "Talk to Me, When the Dead Speak With the Living".

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