Keepers of the Garden

Keepers of the Garden

by Dolores Cannon

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ISBN-13: 9780963277640
Publisher: Ozark Mountain Publishing
Publication date: 06/01/1993
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 189,113
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

Dolores Cannon is a past-life regressionist and hypnotherapist who specializes in the recovery and cataloging of "Lost Knowledge". Her roots in hypnosis go back to the 1960s. She has been specializing in past-life therapy since 1979.Dolores has become, perhaps, the world's most unlikely expert on the prophecies of Nostradamus.

A retired Navy wife from Huntsville, AR, USA, Dolores was nearly fifty years old when she began experimenting with hypnosis and past-life regression. The results were, to say the least, quite spectacular!Working through several different subjects, Dolores was able to establish communication with the living Michel De Notredame, better known as the prophet, Nostradamus. His revelations and their impact on our own time are both fascinating and at times frightening.

Dolores has written the three volume set "Conversations With Nostradamus", the series on the translation of Nostradamus' quatrains. This series contains the translation of almost 1000 prophecies, all interpreted for the first time and have been in print since 1989. It is considered the most accurate interpretation of the prophecies ever printed.During the past eighteen years Dolores has been a UFO investigator, using her skills as a regressionist to help people that been involved in abduction cases. She has written several books on the UFO information volunteers have revealed while under hypnosis.Dolores is now teaching her unique technique of hypnosis all over the world.In addition to the three volumes of Converstations With Nostradamus.

Dolores has completed: The Legend of Starcrash, Keepers of the Garden, Legacy from the Stars, A Soul Remembers Hiroshima, They Walked With Jesus, Jesus and the Essenes, and Between Death and Life. The Custodians, discusses in detail information regarding distorted time, screen memories, reasons for abductions, implants and much, much more...

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had skipped this book in my rush to start the Convoluted Universe. Before this I had read, Five Lives Remembered, Between Death and Life, the first Nostradamus book in the series and The Custodians. In the Convoluted Universe, I quickly discovered I was missing something important. I started reading this book as quickly as I could and then I realized I didn't want it to end. I slowed down to savor each page wishing it were longer. I am sure I will read it again and again. I absolutely loved this book. I can't possibly remember all the details and many covered in this book are key in the end process of Earth. I am convinced that Dolores Cannon has opened the secret door to why we are here and what is next for Earth. It is fascinating and this story about Phil is an important key in explaining details I hadn't found in the previous books about the Extraterrestrials. Phil is a Starperson who had never lived on the Earth before this life.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Technically, lousy editing, full of typos. That said, during the interview, some of the "answers" provided regarding the atmospheres and physical makeup of the alien planets show a lack of understanding of basic physics. Also, Sirius is the name of a star, not a constellation. The description of the "humans" on other planets reads like something from a bad sci-fi movie from the 1950's. Not terribly convincing.
IonaS on LibraryThing 24 days ago
This book presents the usual fantastic new information as is found in the other books by Dolores Cannon.For some reason I found this one slightly less readable than her others, perhaps because it didn¿t contain much other text than the interviews with the subject, Phil, these being filled with compact high-level information; the material thus seemed a little dry.It turned out that Phil had had no previous lives on Earth, and therefore Dolores¿ experience with him was a first for her. She had previously uncovered in him what appeared to be previous Earth lives, but these turned out to be ¿imprints¿ ¿ ¿past lives¿ borrowed from other people and impressed on the subconscious memory of those who are living their first life on Earth; without these false ¿memories¿ these people would feel completely lost and have difficulty in functioning on Earth.Phil tells us about other planets much differing from ours. These include one containing a fourth-dimensional city with beings who are just pure energy.He keeps reverting to a scene where he sees three spires, which causes him to become extremely moved, since he knows this place is his true home.Phil is able to enter into deep trance and his ¿subconscious¿ has access to all information, though access is in some cases denied.We are provided with information about the ¿seeding¿ of the Earth. Cells were brought from other planets and ¿planted¿ in the ¿garden¿ of Earth. However, at one point a meteor collides with Earth bringing with it a ¿disfiguring¿ virus which became the cause of all disease on Earth; the original design for Earth had been that no disease should exist.As regards the Moon, we are told that it ¿was ripped from the Earth during a collision with a wandering star¿. It never contained life, since it never had an atmosphere.Later, Phil is ready to access a repressed event that occurred when his car is stopped in the middle of the highway, and he is ¿taken¿ by small grey creatures acting a lot like children, who kept touching him while constantly radiating love. Inside their ship they take a sample from him after removing his consciousness and placing it in a jar! There is a mystery about a box in their possession which belonged to him and which contained a secret which would be revealed to him if he could remember how to open the box. This eventually happens.It turned out Phil had had contact with these greys since he was a child.I found the latter part of the book more readable than the beginning, though the book as a whole is filled with exceedingly interesting information. In conclusion, the book lives up to the usual high standard of Dolores¿ books and is filled with new, intriguing information, though it is not my favourite by this author. But read this one too!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago