We seek it thus, and take it to the sky

Ripples form on the water’s surface

The wandering soul knows no rest


Remarkable woman of the Siberian forest


Remarkable woman of the Siberian forest.

Anastasia is considered to be a surviving member of an ancient Vedic culture, whose
powers and knowledgefar exceed anything known today. She is the inspiration for the
Ringing Cedars Series. According to Megré's account, she was born in 1969, in the
Western Siberian taiga (boreal forests) not far from the city of Surgut on the river Ob.
Her parents died tragically in a forest accident when she was just a baby. She lives in the
wildemess—for the most part without warm clothes, food cultivation or man-made
shelter—and survives on fruit, nuts, berries and mushrooms, brought to her by "wild"
animals with which she lives in peaceful harmony.
She consistently displays the most developed psychic and mental powers including
remote viewing and healing, mind reading and seemingly perfect memory. When
challenged to solve some of society's most complex social, health and environmental
problems, after only a few minutes lying on her back on the ground, with eyes closed and
just her fingertips twitching, she has provided answers in such incredible detail, that
witnesses have been left flabbergasted.
She says these powers are natural to Mankind and in these books she describes exactly
how they may be regained by any one ofus.
Most of all she is a beautiful mystery—one who has changed the landscape of
metaphysical thought with her foresight and innate wisdom.

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Vladimir Megré
Author of The Ringing Cedars Series

Vladimir Megré, born in 1950, was a well-known entrepreneur from a Siberian city of
In 1994, during a stop on a trading trip along the mighty Ob River, a Siberian elder told
Vladimir Megré about the existence of "ringing cedars"—sacred trees which can heal
bodily diseases and elevate the human spirit. The elder told him of such a cedar growing
in the Siberian backwoods.
Intrigued, but committed to his present venture, Vladimir Megré later began to delve into
literature on Siberian cedar trees and became one of the first Russian businessmen to
rediscover the tremendous folk medicinal, nutritional and commercial value of virgin oil
pressed from Siberian cedar nuts. It seemed that knowledge of the secret techniques of
pressing the oil had been lost.
In 1995, determined to rediscover this secret and launch a highly lucrative production of
cedar nut oil, Vladimir Megré organized a second expedition along the River Ob. On this
trip however, an encounter with the elder's granddaughter, named Anastasia, transformed
him so deeply that he abandoned his commercial plans, his trading business and
temporarily even his family, and instead went to Moscow to fulfill his promise to
Anastasia to write a book about what she had shared with him. Anastasia had reassured
him that his books would sell in the millions.True to her promise, Anastasia's messages in the Ringing Cedars Series have spread like a
raging wildfire across Russia and Europe, where news reporters are now writing about a
"new dawn" unfolding and an "eco-village revolution" taking place, which may change
the country's—and the whole world's—destiny.
Vladimir Megré could not have known that his 1994-95 trade trips would change his
entire life and affect the whole of humanity. Yet this appears to be the inevitable impact
ofhis discovery ofAnastasia and her remarkable messages for the world as chronicled in
the Ringing Cedars Series.
Now English readers are excitedly devouring these books—with more than 100,000
copies sold already and bookstores claiming "these books are flying offthe shelves!" A
wave of excitement is now sweeping the English-speaking world as everyday 100's more
readers discover his books.
Vladimir Megré presently lives near the city ofVladimir, Russia, 240 km (150 miles) east
of Moscow. He can be contacted by e-mail at xxx (Please note that he
doesn't read or speak English.)


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