Stuart Wilde - Where The Raven Lands FLAC album
Album: Where the Raven Lands Artist: Stuart Wilde Publisher: Quiet Earth.
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Stuart Wilde (1946 – 2013) is considered by many to be the greatest metaphysical teacher that has ever lived
Stuart Wilde (24 September 1946 – 1 May 2013) was a British writer. Best known for his works on New Age, self-empowerment, and spirituality, he was also a lecturer, teacher, humorist, essayist, scriptwriter, lyricist, and music producer. He was the author of twenty books including the popular series The Taos Quintet: Miracles, The Force, Affirmations, The Quickening, and The Trick to Money is Having Some.
Stuart Wilde - Where the Raven Lands. Metaphysical Visionary & Author Stuart Wilde (a frequent contributor to the alternative media and outspoken freedom advocate) recently completed his physical life incarnation on earth. While millions of hearts worldwide were crushed over his sudden passing, there is no question that Stuart Wilde was and always will be considered historically relevant.
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Total time: 127mins ISBN/UPC: 93203. It's your story after the old story dies. It's the goddess, Mother Gaia, taking you by the hand and bringing you home to safety to the pain-free zone to greet others that got there before you.
About Stuart Wilde: Wilde was born in Farnham, England. He was educated at St. George’s College, Weybridge, Surrey . tuart Wilde is a prolific writer, with eighteen of his books published to date He executive produced and was the lyricist on the music album Voice of the Feminine Spirit (1994), which sold several hundred-thousand copies. He later produced and was the lyricist on two albums of Celtic music, Voice of the Celtic Myth (1997), and Creation (1999), and wrote the book and libretto for Tim Wheater’s oratorio Heartland (1995).
|1-2||Watch The Raven Fly||8:14|
|1-3||Calling To The Echoes Of Spirit||11:26|
|1-4||The Sacred Symbol||11:10|
|1-5||Um-La ... Travelled Far||7:00|
|1-6||The Emotion Of Finally Coming Home||7:10|
|2-3||Flying Raven Flute Meditation||54:23|
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