I have both the hard copy and the Kindle copy this book while I have found the hard copy to be everything that all the other reviews state, the Kindle copy is somewhat of a disappointment Firstly there is no table of content Secondly in Chapter 2, the section which explains each of the fews does not contain any illustrations of the few, which makes it somewhat useless The same would apply to the chart in Appendix 1.
I would discourage anyone from buying the Kindle edition unless it were corrected.
Rolland Miner I m glad someone has taken the time to write SOMETHING in this area where little information can be found for the average person But, having said that, I expected this to be something that it isnt It is far scholarly and unapproachable for the lay person I would say It will definitely have a place on my shelf for reference, but I will not be reading it again for some Light reading.
a good chunk of the language, there is other texts this compliments Ogham The Secret Language of the Druids, takes what can be one of the most complex ancient languages and puts it into a format where even a beginner can perform a reading using Ogham sticks The tree energy information is informative and clear, allowing the user to focus on the messages received from the sticks themselves.
Mr Ellison provides the reader with an in depth look at the alphabet of the Druids, how and where it was used, and where archaeologists have found proof of its use Mr Ellison is well versed in the information and provides well organized information that is easy to understand and follow A great addition to any library.
It was a book club choice I am not sure why.
Interesting Rev Ellison has fully researched the Oghams and cites sources if one wants to further their studies This has been the best book on the subject I have read I highly recommend it One does not have to be a Druid, I am not , to use and learn from the book to its fullest.