EelKat Wendy C Allen - Dark Fantasy Author
How We Gypsies See The Americans An Inside Look Into The Every Day Lives Of The Scottish Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach Maine Memoirs of a Gypsy Queen by EelKat Wendy C Allen











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How We Gypsies See The Americans

How We Gypsies See The Americans
Re-release of USA Government Banned Book
Page 4


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How We Gypsies 
See The Americans

Memoirs of a Gypsy Queen
A Behind The Scenes Look Into The Everyday Life of 
The Scottish Gypsies of Old Orchard Beach, Maine

by 
EelKat Wendy C. Allen

Was One of The 27 Books
Banned By The United States Government
On January 4, 2016

It was forced to be unpublished
and removed from books stores
by a court order issued by
The Town Hall of The Town of Old Orchard Beach, Maine,
A United States of America Government Orginization

Banned from publication on Amazon, by the United States Government, How We Gypsies See The Americans, is now available to read online for free.








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How We Gypsies See The Americans
Re-release of USA Government Banned Book
Page 4

My primary religion and magic practice is in fact the native Shamanic Hoodoo Folk Religion and Magic Arts of the Indigenous Scottish Highland Gypsies, which make up the bulk of my family history. And while it is a look at the traditions and culture of Scottish Gypsies, it is not a look at the traditions and cultures of ALL Scottish Gypsies, but rather the look inside one single solitary clan. There are many clans, each forming their own traditions over time and so while others may have similarities to us, they may also have vast differences.

While I am also Kickapoo, Cherokee, and a small bit of black from an escaped slave of unknown ancestry, I did in fact grow up with my Highland Scottish Gypsy relatives. With the exception of my Kickapoo grandmother, I had very little contact with my Cherokee, Kickapoo, or black relatives. Some parts of their traditions did get brought into my spiritual and magical practices, but the bulk of my spiritual and magic practices are in fact Faerie Faith and Scottish Hoodoo (not to be confused with African Hoodoo which is similar but different.)