The Standing Stones Speak: Messages From The Archangels Revealed

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St. Martin's Press, Feb 24, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 304 pages
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These messages in the standing stones combine and transcend spiritual truths from many disciplines and traditions. They explain the true power sources in our world and provide a design for realigning ourselves with them. The Standing Stones Speak unifies the underlying wisdom of Christianity, Buddhism, and the Sufis. It interprets the lives of the great teachers and recounts the dark history of Atlantis. Linking the chakras, crystals, and earth spirits, redefining reincarnation and forgotten realms of existence both here and on other planets, it promises us a future of tranquility and peace-- children born free of karma on a clean Earth-- the New Jerusalem.

Natasha Hoffman knew that she'd been called to Carnac in northern France. An artist, healer, and "intuitive," Hoffman felt welcome in the presence of the mysterious giant monuments that stand there-- the megalithic standing stones set up around the same time as Stonehenge. Walking among these alignments with her companion, Hamilton Hill, she first heard the voice. "This is a library," she said, "and we can read it."

So began the "receiving" of the revelations encoded in certain of the standing stones. Sneaking past barriers, eluding gendarmes, encountering a goblin, even working by moonlight, Hoffman and Hill sought out particular stones. Natasha "read" the information held in them, using a pendulum for question-and-answer dowsing to check it. Hamilton, also a dowser, transcribed it using rods.

The messages were placed for us, as the two discovered, by the Archangels who watch over our planet. After World War I, seeing that the human race had fallen into profound disharmony with the environment and was becoming dominated by materialism and misuse of technology, these higher beings began to leave us guidelines for restoring the balance within ourselves and between humanity and nature.

Readers will be struck by the beauty of the message, its clarity, authority, and compassion. "You are addicted to suffering," the Archangels say, "because you have been made to feel guilty about joy." The message leaves us with renewed hope.

With notes on the authors' personal pilgrimages and more than a dozen photographs, The Standing Stones Speak is more than a great adventure; it's a text that may become the New Age Bible.

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About the author (2001)

Natasha Hoffman is a practicing artist, healer, and intuitive. She was a lecturer in art and design at Hastings College of Art and now uses her intuitive skills as a personal counselor.

Hamilton Hill has an M.A. in history from Oxford and became senior partner of a London surveying firm. He then worked a 200-acre organic farm, and since retirement has designed a number of private gardens.

Hoffman and Hill divide their time between Devon, England, and France.

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