The Complete Encyclopedia of Angels (Paperback)
A Guide to 200 Celestial Beings to Help, Heal, and Assist You in Everyday Life
Fair Winds Press, 9781592334667, 320pp.
Publication Date: March 1, 2011
The Complete Encyclopedia of Angels is a lively reference to “who’s who” in the celestial realms. Featuring 200 divinities from Judeo-Christian, Buddhist, Celtic, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Asian, Tibetan, and New Age spiritual traditions, this guide offers a fascinating biography of each deity, what their purpose or area of expertise is, and how readers can call upon them for help in their everyday life. Whether readers are seeking help with their relationships, home, finances, or health they’ll find the assistance they need in this lavishly illustrated guide.
- Call on St. Anthony to locate missing items
- Connect with St. Columba to protect against computer hackers
- Open your heart to the Hindu god, Krishna, to find your true soul mate
About the Author
Susan Gregg is the author of six books, including The Toltec Way and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Short Meditations. Her podcast, "Food for the Soul," has earned a loyal following of thousands of listeners. She teaches Internet-based classes, as well as teleclasses, and was a speaker at The Whole Life Expos in LA and Boston. She also teaches classes at The Learning Annex, First Class in Washington, DC, The Boston Learning Society, and the Discovery Center in Chicago.