To Hear the Angels Sing

Dorothy Maclean

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210 x 140 mm
Lindisfarne Books
Religion & Spirituality
218 pages
Publication date:
01 Jan 1980


"Yes, I talk with angels, great Beings whose lives infuse and create all of Nature. In another time and culture I might have been cloistered in a convent or a temple, or less pleasantly, burnt as a witch. Being a practical, down-to-earth person, I had never imagined that such contact would be possible or useful. Yet, when this com-munication began to occur, it did so in a way that I could not dispute." -- Dorothy Maclean

From wartime employment with the British government to co-founding the Findhorn Community in Scotland, and the Lorian Association in Canada, Dorothy Maclean’s life story is an account of a journey through self-discovery to an awareness of the forces that give order to creation. The success and fame of the Findhorn gardens arose in part from Dorothy’s telepathic contact with these kingdoms. Many of the messages she received are included in this book, and their wisdom quickens an awareness of our partnership with all the evolutionary streams of life.


Dorothy Maclean is a co-founder of the Findhorn Community, a worldwide lecturer, and the author of several books including Choices of Love and To Honor the Earth.

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