ANASTASIA THE RINGING CEDARS BOOK 1 PDF
“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. According to Anastasia, special combinations of letters and words are inserted into the text, which influence a man beneficially. You can feel these influences. The old fellow confidently assured me that within three months the possessor of one of these ‘ringing cedar’ pendants will feel significant improvement in his.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. A New Updated author’s Edition! He spent three days with a woman named Anastasia who shared with him her unique outlook on subjects A New Updated author’s Edition!
He spent three days with a woman named Anastasia who shared with him her unique outlook on subjects as diverse as gardening, child-rearing, healing, Nature, sexuality, religion and more. This wilderness experience transformed Vladimir so deeply that he abandoned his commercial plans and, penniless, went to Moscow to fulfill Anastasia’s request and write a book about the spiritual insights she so generously shared with him.
True to her promise this life-changing book, once written, has become an international best-seller and has touched hearts of millions of people world-wide.
Kindle Edition2pages. Published May 7th by Megre first published January 1st The Ringing Cedars of Russia 1. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Anastasiaplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is just awful. The first issue that I had was the sales pitch to buy Megre’s overpriced cedar based products.
Didn’t Anastasia say that these things should be given away? Apparently, this does not apply to Megre, who’s making money hand over fist selling cedar chips, talismans, bottles of oil and other props for this delusional fantasy.
The second problem that I had was that this is an obviously fictional story and it’s so over the top that I was surprised that the author insists that i This book is just awful. The second problem that I had was that this is an obviously fictional story and it’s so over the top that I was surprised that the author insists that it really happened!
While this would have been okay for a juvenile fantasy book minus the incessant references to nudity and sex it was too unbelievable to be real. A male centered romance novel with a new age twist. The third and biggest problem that I had with the books was when I started researching some of the statements made in the book. 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.
The explanation for Anastasia’s blue cosmic ray was said to be a torsion field, discovered by two Russian scientists. What Megre never mentions was that the scientists were investigated by the Russian Academy of Sciences, roundly condemned and also investigated for embezzlement of funds from the Soviet government. A torsion field has never been produced or found naturally occurring. They don’t exist and the only thing they’re good for is to swindle money from foreign investors.
Anastasia (The Ringing Cedars of Russia, #1) by Vladimir Megré
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. There is no such thing as a microcell in the human brain. The feces of cockroaches is highly dangerous and can make a human being very sick. Anastasia allegedly gave Megre the secret of what’s inside those little boxes that are supposed to be put on the front bumper of everyone’s car prior to and gave him a business plan too.
Why have 10 books been written, but not a single magic box on anyone’s bumper? The last thing that got to me was the chauvanistic, yet hippocritical tone of the books. Anastasia chides women for having sex inside loving relationships, but goes to bed with a married man the same day she meets him?
She calls women fornicators, for having sex for pleasure, yet she’s an adulteress and seems to have no problem with this? Megre is also a serious jerk. He verbally abuses her, physically abuses her, tries to rape her and she feels that he’s a wise choice?
Is she really advocating that enlightened women sshould chose domestic batterers to father cedaes children? Anastasia herself has xedars the cedrs of a Disney character, leaping, bounding, singing and cavorting with animals. Why am I going to take advice from a person who reminds me more of Snow White ringlng anything else? I was expecting something useful. Something tangible that I could put into practice to live a better, more productive life. All I got was Megre’s sexual fantasy about boning a hot Siberian chick and a bunch of pseudoscience that was disproven long before these books were written.
View all 4 comments. Worst book I’ve ever read in my life. Misogynistic, ignorant, banal, middle-aged newage like “sewage. It’s flaky enough to be thrown out with the trash even if it were just billed as ridiculous fantasy pap, but to insist that it’s a true story is completely insulting to the average person’s intelligence.
The best part about the book was counting how many times the w Worst book I’ve ever boko in my life. The best part about the book was counting how many times the word “technocracy” was used. This was not truly an environmentalist book. It was a face-palming waste of time. I hope anyone joining study groups for this series will sift through the B. There have to be some, right? Or just avoid it altogether. Where there’s merchandising the back insertthere’s profit-motive. It has some gentle ideas the gardening stuff and valuing children’s mindsbut also some insane ones that could do anstasia giving any thought to rinving is a sin?
Someone’s This was not truly an environmentalist book. Someone’s going to starve themselves to keep their mind pure for God. Reading it was almost violence to my sensibilities. I saw regressive and sexist stuff, a definite Christian Russian Orthodox, apparently bent, internal contradictions, external contradictions, ego, and manipulation and just wow.
Not at all what I was expecting. Like for a book.
That crdars would actually publish. It might be progressive ish for an egotistical, bible-believing, condescending and somewhat off-his-rocker capitalist in Russia, but it’s light-years behind what we know and are learning in science and spirituality and mysticism and the human condition and its relationship to the rest of nature. Except perhaps for the beehive thing. Letting nature do its thing is sound advice. But nature is our kin, not put here to serve “Man” because we are the epitome and purpose of all existence.
So many of my red flags were raised. This is very comparable, in origin and type of content, to texts written by ego-maniacal cult leaders. Please tell me rringing don’t cefars buy into a book where extraterrestrials that are less intelligent than Man, of course visit in flying saucers made of kombucha.
I recommend, instead, ” A Reenchanted World: A thr of mine, whose opinion I trust, recommended this series of books to me.
One day I was at her house and she was again raving about these books and offered to loan the first two of the series to me. I took them home and immediately started reading. After less than a third of the way through the first book, I was hooked and knew I would have to read the entire series. The words were resonating deep within my being. From the time she was an infant and her parents were killed in the forest while trying to direct the healing power of the ringing cedar tree, Anastasia was alone in her Motherland.
Her grandfather and great-grandfather hook nearby but they allowed her to be raised by wild animals and the nature spirits of the Taiga in Russia. Thus, cedats remained pure in thought and possessed the ability to tap into Universal Intelligence.
Anastasia was able to verbally communicate with him actually she can speak any language and urged him to write about his three-day experience with her. There he received enough unconventional wisdom including how a UFO works to fill more than eight books.
Having this personal information, the seed then produces the exact components needed to nourish your body. I am going to try this as soon as the anastasoa season returns.
I can feel her presence around me, guiding me toward being more loving and in tune with nature. These books can change the world—they are already doing so and I invite you to join the movement cedxrs to nature and purity of thought, word, and deed.
My mind is ringing with the energy of higher consciousness and I’m more aware of every thought; that can be aggravating but at least I have the opportunity to modify what I’m thinking about and make it more positive and uplifting. I highly recommend this entire series to anyone looking for a deeper meaning than just living day to day trying to survive.
I understand the importance of connecting with nature, loving yourself and others, taking cesars in mysteries, etc.
Only made it 27 pages in and the answer is No. Must read for anyone who wants to “tune in” and attain an interactive symbiosis with the natural world in which humanity lives.
I’ve previously read the final volume in this series without being greatly impressed by it, and perhaps would not have read any more of these books, had “Anastasia” not finally arrived for me from the library after I had ordered it about 6 months before.
I can say that “Anastasia” is somewhat better than the previous volume I have read. At last, as far as I was concerned, we were introduced to Anastasia in person, and that made a big difference.
First a couple of negative remarks I am not one of I’ve previously read the final volume in this series without being greatly impressed by it, and perhaps would not have read any more of these books, had “Anastasia” not finally arrived for me from the library after I had anastasla it about 6 months before.