Review: Book: The Book of the Magical Mythical Unicorn- Vakasha Brenman/Alfonso Colasuonno

Title: The Book of the Magical Mythical Unicorn

Series: Standalone

Author’s Name: Vaskasha Brenmen/ Alfonso Colauonno

Publisher: O-Books

Genre: Legends and Mythology

Page Count: 144 Pages

ISBN: 978-1789042535

Author or Book Website: N/A

Link to Amazon purchase page: The Book of the Magical Mythical Unicorn: A Unique Anthology of Esoteric Knowledge, Myths and Legends: Brenman, Vakasha, Colasuonno, Alfonso: Books

Link to Goodreads: The Book of the Magical Mythical Unicorn: A Unique Anthology of Esoteric Knowledge, Myths and Legends by Vakasha Brenman | Goodreads

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

The Book of the Magical Mythical Unicorn is an anthology of esoteric knowledge, myths, and legends about the most magical of beasts: the mythical unicorn. Utilizing a global lens, the authors delve into the critical importance of the timeless unicorn across multiple cultures and spiritual traditions to display the transformative energy of the creature and its larger effect on humanity’s consciousness. No other mythological creature is enjoying as rapid an ascent into the public eye and consciousness as the magical unicorn. The unicorn is now a fixture in contemporary pop culture. People young and old are captivated by the magical legends and mythology of the unicorn. This book explores a diverse assortment of tales about the unicorn, ranging from its presence in the Garden of Eden, its foretelling of the births of Confucius and the Buddha, its protection of India from the wrath of Genghis Khan’s army, and its depiction within heraldry, including in the Scottish and British thrones. It features in-depth sections on the use of the unicorn’s horn for detecting poisons and healing, the horn’s connection to the opening of the third eye, and the unicorn’s depictions in ancient Sumeria, Egypt, and many other early civilizations.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I have always had my own thoughts about the unicorn, but not on this scale of what I found within the pages of this book. I actually learned a lot of things I would not have found on my own. I knew that it was a fixture in Europe I did not know that it extended to a global presence. I like when books read teach something I did not know before. It took me back to some of the stories and movies that I enjoyed in my younger years. Worth the read.

My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars

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