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The diary of a young Victorian boy born with clairvoyance.
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Charles William Daniel (1871-1955) was a maverick free-thinker whose tiny publishing house had august links with many of the most influential thinkers and movements of the 20th century. To wit, copies of Daniel's books could be found in the library at Ghandi's ashram. This spirit lived on after his death, and the company maintained its niche by publishing definitive texts on a variety of spiritual and esoteric subjects. Many of these titles, notably those on Aromatherapy and Bach Flower remedies, have become standard works on the subject. When the C.W. Daniel list went looking for a new home, the Vermilion and Rider imprints were the natural place for this wonderful collection of authors.About the Author:
Born in the north of England, the author of The Boy Who Saw True chose to remain anonymous and would only allow his diary to appear several years after his death, with the stipulation that the original spellings were to remain and some of the names be changed. His editor Cyril Scott enjoyed a two-fold career as a musical composer and a writer on the occult and other related matters.
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Book Description Beekman Pub, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0846442043
Book Description Beekman Pub, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110846442043