Paul Devereux and his wife Charla shared an unexpected and startling fairy encounter in 2003, during a research trip in Ireland. This event transformed Paul’s outlook on the reality of fairy sightings.
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Paul and Charla Devereux
Paul is a well-known author and long-time researcher into the study of sound at ancient places, ancient and traditional life-ways, the anthropology and archaeology of consciousness, sacred sites and landscapes, general consciousness studies including psi phenomena, and unusual geophysical events.
Paul co-founded and is a previous editor of ‘Time & Mind – The Journal of Archaeology, Consciousness and Culture.
Charla has been researching alongside Paul since the mid-1980s and is an author on wellbeing subjects such as meditation, aromatherapy and lucid dreaming.
Paul and Charla’s books are available at: https://pauldevereux.co.uk/shop.html
Paul’s Amazon page: www.amazon.com/Paul-Devereux/e/B001HD1M42
The Dragon Project Trust: https://pauldevereux.co.uk/the-dragon-project.html
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