1000 petals by axinia

the only truth I know is my own experience

The Legend of Dagad Trikon September 30, 2007

 

Imagine…. discovering the key to the next level in the cosmic game of creation…

Imagine…. uncovering the roots of humankind, and the truth of ancient myths that cut across race and culture…

Imagine…. that the roots are alive, and within every human being …

Imagine…. true freedom…

Imagine…. that the time for e pluribus unum (out of many, one) is now …

The Legend of Dagad Trikon is a mythical tale, a pageturning story of good-versus-evil, of the search for ten caskets containing prophecies hidden by the Avasthas, an enlightened race who vanished ten thousand years ago. This compelling narrative moves across continents, from Dagad Trikon, an ancient site deep within the Sahara desert, to the elephant rock in Delphi, to Washington D.C, and New York, to Mount Kailash in Nepal, and the Vatnajoekull glacier in
Iceland, under which the first casket is unearthed – just as the volcano underneath has begun to erupt.

To order a copy: – http://www.dagadtrikon.com

 

10 Responses to “The Legend of Dagad Trikon”

  1. Bad Karma Says:

    Have you read this book Axinia? Or anyone else reading these?

  2. Bad Karma Says:

    read *this

  3. axinia Says:

    Sure I did, otherwise I would never recoment it!!

    What kind of doubts do you have, if I may ask?

  4. Scietech Says:

    This is another book that I want to read, thanks to you, Axinia. This summary makes me believe that I am going to love reading this book! 🙂

  5. axinia Says:

    I am happy that you feel inspired!

  6. Bad Karma Says:

    My doubts:

    I read some reviews on Amazon, where it’s compared to Lord of the Rings. I never got interested in such fantasy-type books, thus my doubt.

    http://www.amazon.com/Legend-Dagad-Trikon-Gregoire-Kalbermatten/dp/1932406018/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1220418874&sr=1-1

    But I’ll try it if you’ve read it & recommend it.

  7. Bad Karma Says:

    Well, I read the book. It was interesting, but I don’t fancy these genres of books. It was evident throughout that references to Sahaja meditation were being made (the cool breeze felt by the characters). Perhaps my sister will like it, since she like these kind of books.

  8. axinia Says:

    thank you Bad Karma,
    there is a relevance indeed.
    But what i really like about the book is its profound knowledge and spirituality. Normally I am also not a fan of such books, but this one I liked.
    By Gregoire de Kalbermatten I love more his analytical books like “The third Advent”, that is simply brilliant!

  9. ilbey Says:

    hi axinia, i am reading this book, i just love it. i also loved “The Advent”, and “The Third Advent”. He is a great writer.

    by the way, for my English writing assignment, i chose a paragraph from Dagad Trikon:)

  10. Marry Scot Says:

    Thank You for your helpfull info


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