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ISBN: MIND CD001

Stunning debut album by Bill Marshall, engineer of Vangelis’ Direct device inspired by Bill’s visits to Egypt. A combination of Vangelis, Tangerine Dream and Jean Michel Jarre with input from members of the progressive rock band Pallas.

Bill Marshall: Ankh (CD)

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ISBN: 0-9523187-2-5

The seminal unauthorized biography of the Greek keyboard player and multi-instrumentalist famous for the scores to “Chariots of Fire”, “Bladerunner”, “Bounty” and “1492—Conquest of Paradise”. A founder member of Aphrodite’s Child Vangelis has produced some of the most stunning, innovative music of the last 40 years. 

Vangelis: The Unknown Man

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ISBN:0-9533017-2-9

They had no holy book, they had no church, they worshipped in fields and forests, men and women were treated as equals, and though they were known as ‘perfects’, the Cathars were hunted to extinction in the name of God. In the winter of 1243 the last two hundred perfects were forced to retreat with their treasure to their final sanctuary and the seat of their Church of God, the impregnable castle in the foothills of the Pyrenees called Montségur. The Cathar Prophecy tells the extraordinary story of their last stand. It tells of Arnaud de Blanchfort, the dispossessed Knight of St John who stood with them and the ‘perfects’ who changed his life forever.

The Cathar Prophecy

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ISBN: 0-9533-0171-0

The book is based on a Kentish legend which has some foundation in fact and follows the life of Richard of Eastwell, a master stonemason who throughout his life kept a secret which he revealed only as he died. The book follow Richard’s life and adventures from his earliest years to the Battle of Bosworth through the Tudor reigns of Henry VII & VIII to the early years of Elizabeth I.

Richard of Eastwell

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ISBN: 0-9533017-0-2

Why are we here? Who are we? Where are we going? A year after the death of his brother Jon hears voices in his dreams. Reluctantly he embarks on a journey to solve a holistic enigma that spans the multi-verse. On their spiritual odyssey Jon and his companions are guided by a mentor and on this road to awakening they meet others with the wisdom and knowledge to aid them in a quest against the darkness. Going Home is an epic of visionary fiction inter-twining the eternal fight of good and evil with a search for truth, wisdom and love.

going home

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