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  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Light Technology Publications (Jan. 1 1990)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1891824171
  • ISBN-13: 979-1891824172
  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 22.2 x 26 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 558 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 48 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,339 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author

Drunvalo Melchizedek's life experience reads like an encyclopedia of breakthroughs in human endeavor. He studied physics and art at the University of California at Berkeley, but he personally feels that his most important education came after college. In the last 25 years he has studied with over 70 teachers from all belief systems and religious understandings, providing him with a wide breadth of knowledge, compassion and acceptance.

Not only is Drunvalo's mind exceptional, but his heart, his warm personality, his love for all life everywhere, is immediately understood and felt by anyone who meets him. For some time now he has been bringing his vast vision to the world through the Flower of Life program and the Mer-Ka-Ba meditation. This teaching encompasses every area of human understanding, explores the development of mankind from ancient civilizations to the present time and offers clarity regarding the world's state of consciousness and what is needed for a smooth and easy transition into the 21st century.


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Excellent book. I agree with the above reviewer who said it all sounded familiar. I felt like I had been taught this knowledge about the mathematical formula for creation at some other time and place. I kept looking forward to the point where I surpassed the knowledge I felt I had known before somewhere. After reading this book something inside interested me in a book someone was giving away about studies done on a mosaic and gammadia that appeared in San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy and the Basilica of Saint Apollonaire in Nuovo and was the basis of several architectural masterpieces.

I think this information about the sacred geometries could benefit from the additional studies done on the Octalpha or eightfold endless triangle sometimes called the eight point star. The geometries of the symbol found in many different cultures including the symbol book of the Masons, the rub al Giza of the Moslem symbol of eternity and the cosmological symbol of the Breath of Life in the Islamic tradition. It is said to be a model of the interplay of polar opposites through which the creation ensued, Schneider says. The designer meant the base square to represent the four elements of earth and the offset diamond represented the four qualities of dry, wet, hot, cold. This information backs up the idea of the three levels of consciousness discussed in this book and expands on and increases the understanding of the third level of consciousness we are now entering into. What is particularly symmetrical about these archeological finds is that the beginning square is expanded to a star and contracted to a cross.
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The understanding of the 6 days of creation in this book is mind-blowing. The universally touted fact that we are all one was not fully understood in me until this point - a huge door of truth had swung open. Drunvalo's consistent 'tie-backs' into today's many religious/spiritual beliefs and how they agree with the ancient understandings he presents in this book is what I really loved best..it's so easy to see we are all one when the common root is revealed. Believing it or not this book is a fantastic read for anyone. It definitely gets a bit geometrically 'thick' near the end but never stops being interesting...just have to read slower lol
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While driving someone I'd just met home, I was discussing what was going on in my life at the time. She said it sounded like I needed to read "The Ancient Secrets of the Flower of Life." (The ancient what? What about flowers? ?????) When we arrived at this woman's home, she invited me in to take a look at the book, because for the life of me, I knew I would never remember the name of it. All I know is that when I picked it up, I had a very strong, even overwhelming sensation of what I can only describe as familiarity. In the context of this review I can't explain the feeling I was having any better than that, but based on that feeling, I knew I really had to go out and find it right away.
If you haven't taken a math class in years, as was my case, the sacred geometry part was occasionally challenging, but I certainly saw no harm in stimulating the ol'left brain again, either! But it was fascinating, too, to learn about the logarythmic perfection of our world, seemingly ordinary flowers, but I was fascinated especially by the perfection of the proportions of the human body! (And he definitely credits DaVinci's genius.)
Yes, much of what he talks about, especially our beginnings as human beings, can be seen as "out there!" because it goes against the grain of everything we have learned about ourselves through modern science. I'll admit my eyes were open just about as wide as they can go when I was reading this stuff. But I kept going, because by now, in my forties, I have finally learned to trust my own instincts, and I kept going because of how this book literally resonated in my hand the first time I looked at it.
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As an avid reader of diverse subject matters, I found this book riveting. In fact, have just re-read it after several months. No, there may be little proof for many of his theories other than that of the reader's gut experience. (My gut says yes, yes, yes.) Yet, all of my reading (some of which he concisely covered) ties together in fascinating ways with this information. As with most metaphysical experience, you may not be able to prove it, but can you DISprove it? Drunvaloe's style is conversational while interlacing vast stores of knowledge and experience into fascinating, educational and digestible form. Can't wait to receive Volume two.
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This book has some of the most facinating ideas/theories/hypotheses. It combines a lot of things. Please make sure that you also look at the reviews that do not advocate this book or its content. I enjoyed reading the book, however I was very disappointed the way it's written. It feels as if there was very little editing or proof-reading was done and that it was transcribed directly from the lectures given by Drunvalo. At times my eyes popped and mouth gasped wide open, and other times I went, "What the hell is he talking about?" With tremendous effort, I could let go of the way the content is presented and focus on the content itself. With that said, there are a lot of negative points to the book and I would love to go on forever, but the following should summarize them:
1) Eventhough Drunvalo has formal education in Physics and Math (or at least that's what he claims), he fails to present scientific content in scientific way. Most of the references are incomplete or inadequate.
2) At times, Drunvalo is self-contradictory. For an example, in a chapter he talks about the inter-dimensional beings called, 'the Grays', helping us to fix the Christ Consciousness grid (which is going to save us during the magnetic pole shifts) and then in the next chapter he talks about a Peruvian woman lifting a ship from the great pyramid to get rid of these beings ('the Grays') as if they are a threat to us. There are a lot of other examples such as this.
3) Most of the content gives off a feeling of being slapped in from everywhere without any coherent flow.
4) Drunvalo always mentions, "somebody found this", "they discovered it", "we now know..." without any direct reference to a specific individual or a group.
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