“Anastasia”, the first book of the Ringing Cedars Series, tells the story of entrepreneur Vladimir Megre’s trade trip to the Siberian taiga in , where he. Books by Vladimir Megre. English · de German Book I: Anastasia: «I Exist For Those I Exist For» Which Temple Shall God Be In (Anastasia’s First Parable). Books by Vladimir Megre help us love God more. He tells us this universal truth through the words of Anastasia. Maybe for the theologians ther e exist some.

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I was glad to have been able to point out all of it’s failings to the people at the debate and get a positive feedback from the audience.

Translated into English from Russian, the words in this book don’t always flow smoothly but the concepts are truly fresh and thought-provoking. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. There is no such thing as a microcell in the human brain.

Secondly, I object to the liberal use of absolutely detailed footnotes at the bottom of most pages: At the end no one was impressed with the author’s ideas of religion, science, lifestyle and least of all by his conspiracy theories. This is apparently one of her main hobby-horses or fixations. Within only a few years there’s a mass movement afoot that advocates clean living, contact with the Earth, sexual abstinence, the worship of God in nature.

These footnotes are filled with superfluous information not necessary to the understanding of the text, and could extremely advantageously have been if not omitted at least delegated to the back of the book, where zealous readers could have consulted them if and when they so desired.

To truly receive the wisdom within this writing, one must come to it with an open mind and be prepared to read between the lines.

Ringing Cedars’ Anastasianism

I am in a bit of a quandary about rating this book. Small-scale, sustainable growing practices in Russia.

Megre plans to write screenplays to depict the ideas of his books in film. Seems there’s a mountain of marketing of products and books for sale in relation to dee book – whether the health properties are real or not I don’t know enough about it. Zvenyashchiye Kedry Rossiiwritten between and I have no interest in reading the rest of the books unless they come with Anastasia only versions that include vlaimir wisdom without the interruptions of Vladimir’s whining.


Despite the book’s many shortcomings the overarching message comes through powerfully. The Hunger Games Trilogy. And it all makes sense when A explains how by carrying out a simple ceremony involving the seeds you wish to sow in your garden you will be able to give the seed information about yourself, and later it “will pick up from the Universe and the Earth the maximum amount of energy needed for a given individual”.

Books by Vladimir Megre

A mystical experience of that order cannot be easily described to the outer world; at least in rational terms. There anastasiw received enough unconventional wisdom including how a UFO works to fill more than eight books.

Talks about spirituality are only empty words if they come to nothing. In his hectare of land a man is capable of building a house with natural materials, growing plants and domesticating animals, creating an ecosystem. Calendars and holidays Volkhv priesthood Religious institutions: Now there exist a lot of serious people, who actively use the ideas exposed in “The Ringing Cedars of Russia” book series. The great spirituality of a real person should be realized in the beautiful and the material.

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You’ll also find detailed instructions on her preferred method of bee keeping, and what crops to grow on your homestead.

There are over eight books now in the series translated from the Russian author Vladimir Megre, who has become himself transformed, and a tenth not yet translated. The last thing that got to me was the chauvanistic, yet hippocritical tone of the books. I foresee a world where all technology, society, nature, life, and non-life coexist in harmony; this is not a utopia, just a possibility that i see as feasible with enough dreaming and effort.

Return to Book Page. Water will prove to be the criterion; the measure of all things. She does offer words of hope that the good in us is stronger than our darkness, and will ultimately prevail. She invites him to her home actually the small glade where she lives. Active readers’ groups have formed to organise and support the establishment of family homestead settlements. Oui Non Merci de vos commentaires!


The “Ringing Cedars” series has sent many people off to work the land and develop a sustainable, saner life. It consists of a parcel of land of approximately one hectare owned by one family where its members and their descendants can live without having to rely on technical culture. Space of Love is where you can find out more about it: Okay, don’t tell me, I suppose she creeps into a hole the one she had Vladimir sleep in together with her pet bear for warmth, as it warmed Vladimir.

The Ringing Cedars believe in the interconnectedness of all being, and therefore they greatly emphasise the moral responsibility of individuals and humanity towards the umbegoing world. I had to take a break after reading five books because it was an overload of changing my way of thinking, but now i’m ready to revisit her.

The unabashed statement that the sun doesn’t emit its own energy; only reflects energy from the Earth, is an old canard that always raises my hackles. The Girl on the Train. Spring water is probably better for a drink than tap water, but it does not have any magic abilities to restructure DNA, as claimed by Anastasia.

The bit about the horse that was bred to the zebra turned out to be telegony, which was debunked with the discovery of dominant and recessive alleles. Like for a book.

He touches us through Nature. I’m sorry, that scene was the end of it for me.

The best part about the book was counting how mefre times the w Worst book I’ve ever read in my life. Firstly, I am not particularly enamoured of the translator. By the late s had become the president of the Inter-Regional Association of Siberian Entrepreneurs. Nature – Religious Aspects 3.