5 thoughts on “The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life

  1. This book is out there. Drunvalo tells you everything, the secrets of the past and the future for only $25 US. He describes in full detail what will happen when we move into the fourth dimension. He explains why an ancient race of aliens mined for gold in Africa and created humans as slaves (to fix their atmosphere duh!). He even says where AIDS comes from. He talks about Egypt, sacred geometry, indigo children, you name it. All this and more from a Berkley dropout.

    Honestly it was a fun read. C

  2. Melchizedek is onto something. That cannot be doubted. I am sure he is a genuine warm and good soul. That said, I believe he is also very confused. The concepts of ancient aliens and the structure of the universe could be true. I have no evidence disproving these things, but the writer makes very bold claims with no foundation other than that it has been revealed to him.

    I believe Melchizedek is in touch with his deeper self, but I also believe he projects a lot of his personal belief on this dee

  3. It took me years to finally read this book, it has crossed my path many times in this life, yet every time it came into my life I would have a deep aversion to it.

    But a few years ago while working at Erewhon the book was floating around my peripheral and then a year or so late my friend Christine mentioned I should read it because of what it said about dolphins. And I was still hesitant, but I kept remembering the way she spoke of the dolphins, much like Douglas Adams does in the Hitchhikers Gui

  4. These books took me on a Spiritual rollercoaster. So many things are revealed in this book that left me wanting to know more. There are times when the book is very complex; but Drunvalo keeps you in understanding. He doesn’t try and confuse the reader, he speaks in terms where another can understand.

    If one is willing to truly open their mind, accepting the fact “anything is possible”, I recommend this book. Never have I read something that made me feel so full of light.

  5. In short: i thought that it was a load of tosh. Someone gave me their book to read because they were really ‘into’ it and conspiracy theories. I couldn’t wait to give it back.

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