Mother Shipton: The Missing Prophecies


    Mother Shipton, alias Ursula Sonthiel is generally supposed to have been the second greatest English seeress, after the legendary Merlin, but it is certain that her prophecies were added to in the 19th century by a Mr Charles Hindley. The problem of authenticity grew more puzzling with the publication of even more 'Shipton' prophecies by 'Nexus' magazine. The author is convinced that despite these additions, at least 50 years and probably as much as 170 years worth are still missing. This work was written long before the Nexus prophecies were published and not only fills the gap, but goes far beyond it, as the reader will discover. We await the criticism, attacks and cries of outrage that will surely be our lot, with amused anticipation.

    View more

    Number of Pages: 111
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781780355184
    Publication Date:
    Listed in: Specific events & topics, Fortune-telling & divination
    Publisher: FastPrint

    Books by Austin & Yule


    RRP: £5.99

    Total: £5.99

    Save: £0.00 per copy!

    Books TV & Movies

    You might also like...

    Latest from the blog

    Fantastic new recipe book from Sabrina Ghayour 'Sirocco'

    Sabrina Ghayour's long awaited second recipe book Sirocco is out this month and is a great follow up to Persianna. Read article

    Ten Great Bedtime Reads from The Great British Bookshop and Aspace

    We have teamed up with Aspace ( who create beautiful room for Children to bring you 10 great bedtime reads for your little ones. Read article

    Latest from Twitter

    • @TheGBBookshop - 4 years ago

      Lottery funding for dementia reading project £2m pledged for Reading Agency scheme to pair readers with dementia sufferers

      @TheGBBookshop - 4 years ago

      Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has held on to the number one spot for a sixth week #HarryPotter #CursedChild @littlebrown @pottermore

    • @TheGBBookshop - 4 years ago

      @thebookseller @MartinaCole @Jeffrey_Archer @Foyles

      @TheGBBookshop - 4 years ago

      Frith wins inaugural Klaus Flugge Prize for illustration

    • @TheGBBookshop - 4 years ago

      RT @Gue_de_Bost: #Dordogneholidaycottage available Sept tweet to book for more info

      @TheGBBookshop - 4 years ago

      The editor is just back from france @HomeAwayUK!