An Angel Treasury by Jacky Newcomb

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Information: 331 pages, paperback

They say: If you only ever buy one book on Angels, this is it.

What is the Angelic Hierarchy and the role of each angel? How do you contact your own angels? Which is the best angel to work with if you are a Capricorn?

An Angel Treasury is a truly unique combination of reference book and inspirational guide. Answering all your questions about the angelic realm, it also shows us how angels appear in people's lives to heal, assist and offer guidance. Both a comprehensive almanac and a life-affirming collection of quotes and stories about real encounters with these heavenly beings, this is a treasure trove of celestial inspiration.

About Jacky Newcomb 

Jacky Newcomb is a multi-award winning, Sunday Times best-selling author and paranormal experiences expert. Jacky is regularly featured in magazines and the national press as well as being a frequent radio and TV expert. Jacky has appeared on SKY and Living TV, ITV’s This Morning, Channel 5 Live and many others. She is a columnist for Take-a-Break’s Fate & Fortune magazine.

Jacky Newcomb

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  • 5
    Just Wow!

    Posted by Louise, Oxon on 19th Aug 2005

    'Wow'!, 'Would you look at that'!. These are the words I exclaimed as I took this book out of the envelope. My first impression of Jacky Newcomb 'Angel Treasury' was one of delight. The white, glossy cover has two wistful cherubs looking up at the title, which looks as if a feather was dipped in gold ink to write it. The book feels weighty to hold and is three hundred and twenty five pages long. The paper is fine quality with clear, clean fonts so it is easy to read. The initial chapter opens with frequently asked questions about angels, such as 'Do angels all have wings'?, or 'Do they age'? The author does her best to answer the questions simply and honestly, which I found refreshing. The next chapter is the 'Angel Almanac' which has lists on which of these celestial beings help us with our hobbies, occupations, planets, weekdays, to name but a few. It was fascinating, for example, hairdressers and beauticians are looked after by Angels Chamuel and Jophiel. The following chapters cover Angel Names and their Meanings, also Angel Heirarchy. There are chapters on fallen Angels, Angels in the Media and an extensive chapter on how to communicate with them and again, this names but few.

    The author is knowledgeable and I could see why she is called 'The Angel Lady', for I can't think of anything regarding angels that has been missed. I read this book very quickly, not because it was short of material but because I found it hard to put down. There are Angel anecdotes from the author and other sources, these are uplifiting and in the author's case I found her childhood memories to be heartwarming. The book explains how Angels are found in cultures and faiths across the world, but I think it fair to say the book favours Angelic references in three faiths, Judaism, Islam and Christianity. Readers who are skilled in arts and crafts will find this book appealing, for there are ideas on how to create all manner of Angel related items, such as collage, cookery, scrapbooks and prayerbooks too. It is popular to make your own greetings cards and with the lists on occupations or zodiac signs, you could choose an appropriate Angel and make a card accordingly.

    I found this to be a well written, informative, happy, lovely book and since reading it I have been finding feathers everywhere!