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Who Are We? (The Ringing Cedars of Russia #5)

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"WHO ARE WE?", the fifth book of the Ringing Cedars Series, describes the author's search for real-life 'proofs' of Anastasia's vision presented in the previous volumes. Finding these proofs and taking stock of ongoing global environmental destruction, Vladimir Megre describes further practical steps for putting Anastasia's vision into practice. Full of beautiful realistic...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Ringing Cedars Press (first published 2000)
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Sabrina Ali
this book was a little bit of a let down. The questions from other readers slowed the pace too much. The open letter to Putin was intriguing. Good insights, but I didn't find the narrative of this book up to the quality of the rest of the series (which is not great to begin with)
I picked this up at the Clearfield library because it was a pretty cover and it sounded interesting. It was a new insight into life and some of the things that we should be doing to keep our world better. I thought it gave some good insight into life and how we can be better people. It also gave insight into why are Christian world have gone corrupt and still is. It talked about how the "High Priests" really have made the world what it is today,
this book resorts back to more of the clumsy style of book three. However, the clumsiness and the awkward reading gives way to the ultimate reason why book 5 should be read: the last two chapters. But don't think to simply read the past two chapters without wallowing through the first part of the book.
This book is stretching all of the boundaries of my thinking. I am getting alot out of reading this whole series. People can order the whole series on
good as the orhers! inspirational
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Vladimir Nikolaevich Megre (born 23 July, 1950 in Kuznichi village, Gorodnyansky District, Chernigov Region in Ukraine), the author of The Ringing Cedars of Russia book series, was a well-known entrepreneur. He spent most of his childhood with his grandmother Efrosinia Verkhusha, a village healer.
As a teenager Vladimir occasionally visited Father Feodorit, a priest of the Trinity-Sergiyev Monaster...more
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