- Title: The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life (Vol.1)
- Author: Drunvalo Melchizedek
- Series: The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life
- Publication: Light Technology Publishing (April 1, 1999)
- Pages: 240
- Genre: New Age/Metaphysical, Non-Fiction
- Format: Paperback
- Source: Purchased Copy
- Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Drunvalo Melchizedek’s The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life reveals how the ancient flower symbol (seen on the book cover) represents the source of the universe. Everything that is, that was, and will be comes from this very symbol . This book includes chapters about aliens genetically creating humans to mine gold, the lost civilizations of Lemuria and Atlantis, sacred geometry, Mer-Ka-Ba meditation, and more. Drunvalo claims he has gained this ancient information through spiritual contact with Thoth who was not only considered an Egyptian god but a civilian of Atlantis as well.
According to Thoth, humans had knowledge of their ancient origins. Unfortunately, a traumatic world catastrophe completely erased their memories and had to start over from scratch . Drunvalo takes his readers through a mystical journey recovering those memories lost long ago.
I’ve considered reading this interesting book after watching this hour long video hosted by Jordan from Spirit Science:
After watching this video, you might believe you’ve stumbled into the wrong side of Youtube and that’s okay.
Personally, I found Drunvalo’s book fascinating. It gave me a wider perspective on Earth’s possible beginnings. You either may cherish this book as a treasure or reject it as pseudoscience hogwash. While reading, I stumbled upon some confusing chapters regarding the Fibonacci sequence and the phi ratio. Drunvalo is clear-cut in those areas. It’s a breeze to read if you’re familiar with those subjects.
For beginners, the best approach is to read each chapter slowly and understand them to the best of your ability.I highly recommend this book if you’re into New Age esoteric knowledge.
Read this book with an open mind and don’t be afraid to question what you’ll discover within it.
Have you read this book or any other works of Drunvalo Melchizedek?