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The Seed

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Throughout our lives, many things may lead us to forget who we truly are. Result? Slowly yet inevitably, cages and chains enslave our thoughts and slay our freedoms. Down the ages, men have thus fallen for hosts of illusions, confusions and fears - except for the seven dreamers whose stories this book contains. These mad truth-seekers (who oddly share the same name) did not follow others' flow to slavery; rather, they heeded a voice in their heads that led them to obsession with an idea long thought extinct, buried beneath the sands of time: The Seed. In this book you will take a rollicking metaphysical ride that starts in ancient Egypt, moves to the Grand Greek Era, then to Rome, Arab Alexandria, on piratic High Seas, to Switzerland and circuses, into a Christian era interlude, then to modern Egypt (2007) and lastly, to a sort of Garden of Visionary Epiphany that will leave you on and past the brink of enlightenment..."This Past was the future of the present" - how in the world can anyone describe time insuch eloquency.' Coki Coussa, Editor chief of Ladybird Magazine'This book is, frankly, quite extraordinary. It contains images and whole passages of striking beauty, power and thought-provoking wisdom.' Nicolas Marco, Author & Senior editor.… (mere)
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While the book was well-written, I did not find myself interested in the subject matter. In fact, I found most of the story to be confusing. I hated the introduction and almost stopped reading after that point, but I persevered. ( )
  eheinlen | Mar 30, 2012 |
A book that defies the norm! While reading this book you get caught up in an atmosphere filled with dreams, symbols, and adventure. You travel with the author through many countries and ages experiencing the different cultures and thoughts. This book is a combination of many genres; fiction, philosophy, history, and mythology. An unsual book that makes you look at the world from an entirely different perspective...
It is one of those rare books that inspires you every time you read. So far I have read it three times, and I definitely plan to read it again... ( )
  nadoosha_373 | Aug 29, 2011 |
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Throughout our lives, many things may lead us to forget who we truly are. Result? Slowly yet inevitably, cages and chains enslave our thoughts and slay our freedoms. Down the ages, men have thus fallen for hosts of illusions, confusions and fears - except for the seven dreamers whose stories this book contains. These mad truth-seekers (who oddly share the same name) did not follow others' flow to slavery; rather, they heeded a voice in their heads that led them to obsession with an idea long thought extinct, buried beneath the sands of time: The Seed. In this book you will take a rollicking metaphysical ride that starts in ancient Egypt, moves to the Grand Greek Era, then to Rome, Arab Alexandria, on piratic High Seas, to Switzerland and circuses, into a Christian era interlude, then to modern Egypt (2007) and lastly, to a sort of Garden of Visionary Epiphany that will leave you on and past the brink of enlightenment..."This Past was the future of the present" - how in the world can anyone describe time insuch eloquency.' Coki Coussa, Editor chief of Ladybird Magazine'This book is, frankly, quite extraordinary. It contains images and whole passages of striking beauty, power and thought-provoking wisdom.' Nicolas Marco, Author & Senior editor.

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