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Title : The Prophecies of the Brahan Seer
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ISBN : 9780094784604
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 158 Pages
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  • Mark Rice
    2019-01-09 08:15

    This book is loaded with insights into the predictions of Scotland's most (in)famous prophet (with the exception of Tam the Bammus in my story Revelation Was Wrong), the Brahan Seer. The level of detail - particularly with regards to the minutiae of his prophecies - is astonishing. The book fails, however, to illuminate the elusive seer's identity. I grew up hearing my father's stories of Coinneach Odhar from Uig on the Scottish Isle of Lewis, seventh son of a seventh son, and gifted with second sight that allowed him to see the future more clearly than most people could see the present. This Coinneach Odhar became known to Lewismen as the 'Brahan Seer'. My father spent his childhood in Lewis, where these anecdotal tales were part of the oral tradition, passed down through generations, ostensibly unaltered. I had hoped Mackenzie's book would shine a light on this Coinneach Odhar, bringing him into clear focus. Rather, it did the opposite. Mackenzie proposes several Brahan Seer candidates, ranging across centuries and locations, giving murky descriptions of each (but offering outrageously specific details of alleged prophecies), even entertaining the possibility that the 'Brahan Seer' of folk infamy might be a mixture of various prophets who lived in different parts of Scotland across a wide time range: a hybrid of several real humans mythologised into one 'superseer'. (Sort of like the film Highlander but with prophets: "There can be only one!")If you want a book to crystallise your ideas of who the Brahan Seer was, give this a wide berth. It'll only scramble your mind. If, on the other hand, you're more concerned with the contents of his prophecies, delve in. Some of them are so wired-to-the-moon mental that you'll think, "He was off his trolley. How could that prediction ever come to pass?" Then you'll read on and discover that it did come to pass. There are many such revelations along the way. The book's written in a stiff, information-delivering style that lacks humour and readability, but there's humour in a few of the prophecies (although most are dark and doom-laden). If you're interested in the subject matter you might make it all the way through the book, but only as a result of dogged determination. The prose doesn't exactly entertain.