Four Sigils. Four puzzles. Four prizes.

The Blue Book of Nevern


Naomi Morgan kept a journal she describes as The Blue Book of Nevern. The journal contains records of Naomi’s other-worldly explorations, in which she met wise ancestors and spiritual guides and travelled in time to uncover the history of The Book of Raziel.

Naomi intended her journal to support Beth’s quest to find The Book of Raziel. It was left for safekeeping with esoteric researcher Thelma Smith,. Thelma is no longer in Wales – she has moved to Winchester – and Naomi insisted the journal needed to be handed over in person, not trusted to a postal service. However, Beth does not cross paths with Thelma before she meets Dan Cohen. Once Beth and Dan have teamed up, they are under pressure to find The Book of Raziel and don’t realise that reading the journal might help them.

In Sigil I: The Book of Raziel, Naomi’s journal describes events that unfolded for eleven women whose lives had been touched by The Book. Who will be number twelve?

The Blue Book of Nevern