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. Thus, she remained pure in thought and possessed the ability to tap into Universal Vladimr. I suspect that the author entered the forest and encountered there a spiritual power that challenged him. Return to Book Page. Small-scale, sustainable growing practices in Russia.

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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. 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. 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. 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?

Megre is also a serious jerk. Is she really advocating that enlightened women sshould chose domestic batterers to father their children? Anastasia herself has all the depth 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 than anything else? I was expecting something useful. Something tangible that I could put into practice to live a better, more productive life. Total rip off!


Vladimir Megre

He spent most of his childhood with his grandmother Efrosinia Verkhusha, a village healer. Later he was shown there the picture The One and Only which he described in his second book before the picture was revealed to the world. Since he lived in Novosibirsk and worked as a photographer with Novosibirskoblfoto, a service company. At the beginning of Perestroika reforms of the late s he was the president of the Inter-Regional Association of Siberian Entrepreneurs. In he organized two large-scale trade expeditions with a fleet of river steamers along the River Ob along the route Novosibirsk -- Salekhard -- Novosibirsk at his own expense. On this trip, an encounter with Anastasia in the Siberian taiga changed his entire life. It had been a secret for a long time for relatives and friends what made him, an entrepreneur with ten years experience, to pledge his property and spend his savings on unprofitable trading trips.



The well-known Siberian entrepreneur Vladimir Megre met with two elderly gentlemen who told him about the amazing properties of the Siberian cedar also known in the West as the Siberian pine. Finally he decided to organize an expedition with a fleet of river steamers. The expedition was ostensibly for commercial purposes, but in actual fact his overriding motivation was to find the elders again and learn more about the secrets of the cedar. On the riverbank he found a woman waiting for him who turned out to be their granddaughter. She called herself Anastasia. At first he saw her simply as a young attractive woman who, though she appeared quite knowledgeable about modern urban society, seemed to be utterly naive in her aspirations to change that society from her remote location far off in the wilds of Siberia. He was shaken by scenes somehow presented to him from his not-too-distant past, but from a totally new point of view.





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