This website is drawn up to gather together links and details on these 10 books published under the above imprint. We hope you like them and contact details are:
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The above logo is an original Computer Aided Design drawing, but inspired by the following image from fol.29r of the Book of Kells:

Orwellian Ireland

23.35 euro, 398 pages, 135,947 words, 9780955681202


Inspired by the book Stasiland, this work is an attempt to see if some of the state practices that flourished in Communist Eastern Europe might be replicated in modern Ireland. It goes into the question of intelligence agencies, what agencies are active in Ireland, how they harass dissidents, their use of modern technology and their role in secretly supporting paramilitary groups in Ireland and around the world. It includes a lot of first hand testimony of state harassment, and even torture, which is on a par with what happened in countries like East Germany. Finally it concludes with some searching questions about the real government policies being pursued in Ireland.

Shakespeare was Irish!

17.54 euro, 255 pages, 99,094 words, 9780955681219


As more and more scholars come to realise that the accepted story of William Shakespeare is untenable, this book tries to unmask the covert Irish influence on his work and the remarkable career of William Nugent, the only Irish candidate ever put forward for Shakespeare. It includes the full text of many original documents on Irish history, from the Reformation to the 1641 Rebellion.
"That in these lines I could as well express,
As in my soul I do admire her beauty,
Or that great Daniel, fit for such a task,
This wonder of our Isle, had seen, and heeded,
Then should his glorious muse, her worth unmask, 
And he himself, himself should have exceeded;
Then England, France, Spain, Greece and Italy,
And all that th'Ocean from our shores divideth,
Would over-run their bounds, and hither fly,
To find the treasure, that our Ireland hideth,
But best is, that we never do disclose it, 
Since known but of ourselves, we shall not lose it."
 - Richard Nugent "Cynthia" (London, 1604)

In Defence of Conspiracy Theories: with examples from Irish and International History and Politics

19.82 euro, 382 pages, 150,943 words, 9780955681226


This book is an attempt to address the widespread criticism of 'conspiracy theories', raising issues like: the control and negligence of the main organs of the media and police which make it difficult for true information to reach the public (and hence the public remain in ignorance of - and dismiss as a 'conspiracy theory' - the true facts); and the public's habit of underestimating the complexity of modern day politics. A number of complex political plots and allegations are described in detail including: the 1641 Rebellion, British Intelligence manipulation of the 1919-21 Irish leaders, Secret Societies and the role of Occult organisations in Ireland and around the world, the allegations that Martin McGuinness is a British agent, and the motivation behind large scale immigration into Ireland. The author also addresses the question of value systems in modern Western societies and asks are even these being manipulated in order to assist the process of political control.

An Creideamh

34.14 euro, 699 pages, 318,195 words, 9780955681233


This book seeks to illustrate the type of literature that shaped and influenced the Irish people's faith over the centuries. It is intended as a cornucopia of Catholic writing, a skirl around the kind of books and journals that graced Irish priest's libraries over the years. Outlined in chronological order it gives the full text of the Confession of St. Patrick, the Life of St. Columbanus, an ancient Irish tract on the mass; extracts from the Confessions of St. Augustine, the Irish Annals, and the fiction of Canon Sheehan; some theology from St. Thomas Aquinas, from 'A Handbook of Moral Theology', and the doctrine of Purgatory from an old Maynooth theologian; historical or contemporary accounts from all centuries, all the way from Tertullian, through Lough Derg in the 15th century, the Cromwellian Wars of the 17th century, to the social and economic teachings of the Church in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Irish invented chess

12.24 euro, 179 pages, 56,734 words, 9780955681264


For over three centuries a controversy has raged as to the exact origins of 'fidchell' - in modern Irish 'ficheall' - or Irish chess, a game played in Ireland from biblical times. This book argues that that game of fidchell, or brannaimh, was recognisably our modern chess. It also raises disturbing questions about the real history surrounding the Lewis Chess find.

Sli na Firinne

21.55 euro, 341 pages, 100,158 words, 9780955681288


This English language book puts the traditional Catholic proofs of God's existence into a modern context. It covers most of the arguments raging in the theism v atheism debate and also includes quotes on the nature of God and his existence from c.80 philosophers and scientists.

The Toronto Protocol

4.23 euro, 33 pages, 8,715 words, 9781471070020


This short but explosive text was first leaked by Serge Monast in Canada in 1995. It is reported to be the plan of an elite group who are manipulating the general public and governments across the world to bring about their long term goal of a world government. They cover in this document a wide variety of areas, including world food supplies and pollution, the question of parental rights as opposed to state rights over children, earthquake weapons, the overall media and economic climate which was planned to be favourable in order to lure into complacency the general public, etc etc. Could it be for real? You decide!

A Guide to the 18th Century Land Records in the Irish Registry of Deeds

24.20 euro, 537 pages, 191,380 words, 9780955681295


The Registry of Deeds in Dublin contains a vast repository of summaries of Irish land transactions for the 18th century. This collection is particularly important, to genealogists among others, because of the destruction of other historical records in Ireland for the same period, especially since the Four Courts fire of 1922. In this guide you will find a description of the records held there, an explanation of the different Irish land and currency units used, and a wide ranging discussion of Irish land transactions and registries of the period and somewhat later. This includes the influence of the Penal Laws, the nature of Irish marriage settlements and the economic climate and prices prevailing in Ireland in that century. Chapter 8 consists of a detailed case study that traces the history of an Irish family, the Nugent branch of Ballina Co. Meath, in order to illustrate the value of the information in the Registry of Deeds.

@tuambabies

19.50 euro, 318 pages, 105,406 words, 9780244375188


In the summer of 2014, and later again in spring 2017, a scandal arose in relation to the Tuam Children's Home in Galway in Ireland. It was alleged that the nuns who looked after children there from 1925-61 had maltreated them. This second edition book casts a critical eye on the local history methodology underpinning the scandal. It examines in detail: the mapping of the burial sites; the statistical traps overlooked; the widely misinterpreted 2017 statement of the Mother and Baby Commission; the Oral History of the Home; and the vexed questions of money and food. Extensive appendices also expand on the recorded history of the Home, the personnel employed there, three detailed eyewitness accounts, and a comprehensive history of the Tuam workhouse. It also contains a valuable foreword by Fr Paul Churchill.

Marian Apparitions in Ireland and related phenomena

25.00 euro, 507 pages, 139,494 words, 9781326139926


This book seeks to describe and map the numerous Marian apparition sites around Ireland from the late 19th to the end of the 20th century. Beginning with an introduction on modern private revelation, by Peter Bannister, it includes chapters on Louise Lateau, Knock, Mount Melleray Grotto, Ballinspittle, Inchigeelagh, Denis O'Leary, Padraig Caughey and much more.