The Unfathomable Source
A love so profound and unconditional that it overcomes the iron curtains of forgetfulness. In a truly gravity defying journey this narrative’s motley crowd is traveling on horse, motorbike and spacecraft through parallel universes of time and space. A quest is morphing into a savage as well as a spiritual rollercoaster ride, in which the fragments surprisingly unite to form a holistic whole at the end. - Inter - species communicators are opening the gateway, through which offers of powerful help from an unexpected source are received. Children with newly activated codons in their DNA are standing up in order to accomplish what they had come for. - Vibhuti speaks: ”These Sun-Eyed-Children have the power already now to disable the horrible weapon systems on planet earth. Remember: Your wonderful young girl and group leader Nina walked into a bank together with her mother and all computer monitors went blank!”
The great creators with wide brows of calm,
The massive barrier-breakers of the world “*
Sri Aurobindo, Savitri canto III-4
The author is committed to channeling 30 % of all income to Auroville forest group/carbon neutral / tree planting.
Author: Edzard Loesing
About the author: Edzard Loesing was born in North Germany and studied at the Freie Universität Berlin. Inspired by Satprem´s book “Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness” he travelled to Auroville in 1976 and settled there. Also drove his Mercedes truck with 3 friends (1 fellow Aurovilian P.) from Berlin to New Delhi, onward to Kathmandu and then to the Coromandel Coast. There he got involved in forest development, planted with friends some 55 000 trees, worked at the construction of the Matrimandir for years and in Hippotherapy with handicapped kids on his horses. He also participated in the genesis of his friend´s book “The Sun Eyed Children” by Joel Koechlin.
Formats and Editions:
- IOS Kindle Edition
No of pages: 434
Cover: Soft Cover
Size: 12.5 x 20.5 cm
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