Anastasia and the Ringing Cedars of Russia: Fact of Fiction?
A few months ago someone asked about the vibration of Anastasia.
I said 600. I finally bit the bullet and bought the whole set of books.
I was really curious, what is in these books that a whopping 20 million people bought them.
I am halfway through the first of the nine books, and this is, so far, my take (with Source’s help and muscle testing, of course.)
The idea and Utopia that is detailed in this book, vibrates at 600. About 10% of it is based on facts the rest is fantasy, much like the wildly popular Harry Potter series of the Lord of the Ring Trilogy.
It’s translated from Russian so it is not an easy read, I hear the subsequent volumes are written better.
My muscle test says that the author of the books has a vibration of 700, making him potentially the third highest vibration person on the planet. (The author: meaning the speaker of the ideas, the dreamer, the person who is depicted as “Anastasia” in the books, not Vladimir Megre… Megre’s personal vibration 300, and it has risen from under 200: he is a perfect demonstration of awakening conscious awareness. To what level each individual can rise depends only upon their desire and diligence… we are all designed to vibrate at 1,000 which is, of course, just a number… no actual vibration is implied here.)
The ideas, as I said previously, vibrate at 600. That means that they are largely off from the truth but they are much closer to how it is, the reality really is, than any religion.
In this volume, it talks a lot about the plant world and its relationship to Man and the planets. Its assertion of training seeds and plants to change themselves to give you what is perfect for your level of health is pure fabrication: it is not true at all. It’s a nice idea, but it is wishful thinking.
I think this is the part that millions of people are attracted to and maybe practice.
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