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Spooky Scottish Paranormal Picture Books

UAV type UFO hovering above the fields where extreme alien activity is happening on a daily basis Continue reading

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Paranormally good Christmas gifts

hi from Andrew Hennessey – here is a selection of Paranormal merchandise which are images I have personally taken in the field and worked on. They are of very real events – banish that inner sceptic forever .. ho ho Ho A Seasons Blessings to all who Believe and to those who don’t ! Browse … Continue reading

Colourful Christmas Gifts ?

Colourful Gifts, cards, mugs, T shirts, posters from Outshore Multimedia
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STRANGE TARTAN – the new release

The new album – STRANGE TARTAN – by Scottish Andrew An eclectic and original weave of strange things from Scottish Andrew

Glencoe, Scotland

 

Cultural Intolerance

Though kilts and tartan are hugely popular and famed worldwide nowadays, at one time it was illegal and severely punished for Highland clansmen to wear the traditional garments which Scots hold so dear in present times. This situation came about due to the Act of Proscription, which came into effect in August of 1746 and … Continue reading

2017 Products from Andrew Hennessey

ScottishAndrew Music Bio

A Scottish contemporary electric fiddler, composer and folk dance musician [ceilidh dancing] and dance caller, with the Wild Geese Ceilidh Band http://www.wildgeese.biz which was formed in Leith in 1996. Will call the Scottish dances. (20 + ceilidh dances for all levels, fun dances for beginners to the more advanced) Also a contemporary electric violin player … Continue reading

MA PLASTIC KILT

MA PLASTIC KILT Andrew Hennessey  Me and ma plastic kilt   Have the ‘Burgh crowds all thrill’t Worn without guilt The sweat that was spill’t Playing the ceilidhs with ma fiddle   Nothing so demure As lambswool pure The enduring shape of plastic So that nothing drastic Happens in the wash   Tough as nails … Continue reading

The Holy Spirit with the early Celtic Saints

THE LIFE OF ST KENTIGERN from THE BOOK OF GLASGOW CATHEDRAL, GLASGOW, 1898,  Meanwhile, during Kentigern’s absence from Glasgow, the people of that neighbourhood relapsed into paganism, and, at the same time, it is to be gathered, the kingdom fell into confusion. Reading between the lines, it is evident that the strife of the period … Continue reading

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