Talking with Angels

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The true story of four young Hungarians in search of inner meaning at a time of outer upheaval - the holocaust - who encountered luminous forces that helped them find new direction and hope in their shattered lives. These forces, which came to be known as angels, accompanied them for seventeen perilous months, until three of them met their deaths in Nazi concentration camps. Only Gitta Mallasz survived to bring their story and these remarkable dialogues to the world. Gitta Mallasz always rejected any notion of ...
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Overview

The true story of four young Hungarians in search of inner meaning at a time of outer upheaval - the holocaust - who encountered luminous forces that helped them find new direction and hope in their shattered lives. These forces, which came to be known as angels, accompanied them for seventeen perilous months, until three of them met their deaths in Nazi concentration camps. Only Gitta Mallasz survived to bring their story and these remarkable dialogues to the world. Gitta Mallasz always rejected any notion of 'authorship' for this book, saying, "I am merely the 'scribe' of the angels."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783856307042
  • Publisher: Daimon Verlag
  • Publication date: 8/1/2006
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 473
  • Sales rank: 1,393,245
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Gitta Mallasz always rejected any notion of ‘authorship’ for this book, saying,” I am merely the ‘scribe’ of the angels. Born in 1907 in Austria, she arrived at age 15 in Budapest, where she gained fame as a champion swimmer. She went on to study art and subsequently pursued a successful career as agraphic artist. In 1960, she immigrated to Paris where, after years of silence, the story of this extraordinary encounter was finally published. The original Hungarian documentation has been translated into numerous languages, touching hundreds of thousands of readers. Gitta died in 1992.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2001

    'NOW you'll believe in Angels.'

    This is the story of four thirtysomething friends - one Gentile, three Jews - living in Hungary during WW II, and chronicles their lives for a period of seventeen months until the Jewish members of the group meet the fate of so many of their number during that period of history. During that time they are contacted by, and have conversations with, entities Who instruct them on behalf of humanity and Who, in time, identify Themselves as members of the Angel evolution Who are also the emanating sources of the human beings They are attempting to teach.***** The book has two interwoven parts:- (i) The Dialogues - the teaching given by the Angels - that anticipates a New Age and a New Humanity, and includes such assertions as 'Peace is the new vibration.', 'Do not change the bad - strengthen the good.', 'The Deceiver can dress only in the old ... .' and 'Judgement belongs only to the Divine.'; (ii) The Commentary, written later, that adds the human perspective which, on the one hand, reveals the tragic human consequences for three members of the group while, on the other, shows the breathtaking cunning employed by the fourth member to use the Enemy to hoodwink the Enemy, and thereby save many Jewish lives.***** A best seller in France, Talking with Angels is one of the most remarkable books to come before the general public - facts which commend the sensitivity and open-mindedness of the French nation to a work of this kind. A diamond in the mine of others' revelations, TWA is remarkable for the obvious yet, for some, incredible fact that it is 'prime source' material, meaning that its teaching comes directly from the minds of Those who have passed beyond the human stage of development and Who use human intermediaries as copy typists and translators, rather than as interpreters, in order to get Their message across.***** TWA is not a religious work, nor are the Dialogues a casual read. It's not a source of instant conceptual gratification, nor a 'general anaesthetic' for commuters. It's an optimistic, forward-looking work with content that could not be fabricated, and which seems to by-pass the rational mind and appeal directly to a higher 'receptivity' - consequently, it requires more than one 'pass' to assimilate. It's a work to which the mind periodically returns, and each time finds a deeper intuitive understanding of the material so carefully preserved and painstakingly prepared for public scrutiny.***** Finally, the group is told that: they are four of seven; the other three will come; they (the seven) are the First; 'O' is coming. Is this an indication that this group of friends underwent the first human Group Initiation?***** My kingdom for a paragraph.

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