Ernest Gill

(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (73 of 80)
Location: Hamburg Germany
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 473,412 - Total Helpful Votes: 73 of 80
How to See Fairies: Discover Your Psychic Powers i&hellip by Ramsey Dukes
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
"How to See Fairies ... in Six Weeks" is not just a joke and it is no rip-off. There is no New Age twaddle or prattling. This book tells you in very simple steps how to muzzle your chattering ape's brain and how to allow your Unconscious Mind to show you the wonders of the spiritual world all around you -- and inside of you. I love Ramsey Dukes and have all of his books, which are all very straight-forward and witty guides to developing your magical facilities. He has a wicked tongue-in-cheek sense of humor as you can tell by the ironic title and by his pseudonym (a pun on "Ramses II"). Read the introduction of the book (the "Look Inside!" link) and see why I love Ramsey Dukes ... and why… Read more
The Berlinale. The Festival by Peter Cowie
As a journalist who has covered the Berlin Film Fest for more than 20 years, I can say without reservation that this is THE definitive, authoritative book about the festival. This isn't just another book of lists of awards and dates when this or that star walked down the red carpet. This book beautifully outlines the festival against the historical backdrop of the Cold War and and German unification. And it brings to life the personalities who shaped this festival during the course of more than half a century into one of the world's leading film venues. Anyone who is seriously interested in the Berlin Film Festival must read this thoroughly entertaining and informative book.
A Dictionary of Angels: Including the Fallen Angel&hellip by Gustav Davidson
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
There are a zillion books out there on angels nowadays and most are superficial (at best) or downright lousy (at worst). But this classic book is THE standard by which all others are measured. It describes EVERY angel and it explains every angel. This book is at once scholarly and yet easy to read, even witty and full of irony. The author is quick to point out that, though everybody talks (and writes) about angels and everybody think they know about angels -- the truth of the matter is that there is very little information anywhere about any angel whatsoever. Gustav Davidson has pulled together every shred of information. He does not shy away from pointing out contradictions or gaps in… Read more