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The Seer

Publisher: Watkins Publishing
Year of publication: 2012, 2nd edition: 2016
Language: English

English version of Lars Muhl’s Danish book ‘Seeren fra Andalusien’.

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Category: Product ID: 2188

Description

The Seer (Vol. 1 of the The O Manuscript) by Lars Muhl

‘The Seer’ is a compelling account of one man’s spiritual awakening, written with extraordinary energy, candour and humility.

The first of three books that together comprise ‘The O Manuscript’, it is the beginning of a personal and philosophical quest that challenges conventional wisdom and takes the reader on a mystical journey through ancient history and modern times.

The book begins with the author at a crossroads, suffering from debilitating health, his personal and professional lives disintegrating around him. Bed-ridden for three years, Lars Muhl was put in touch with a seer who helped him, over the telephone initially, to recover his energy and brought him back to life. The Seer became his spiritual leader, teaching him the inner truths of existence.

We travel with him to Montsegur, a remote mountain village and castle in southern France, where he meets the Seer and begins his remarkable and challenging adventure.

The book is not only a spellbinding introduction to the ancient vision of cosmic interconnectedness, but also a critical evaluation of a long list of limiting New Age dogmas.

When Lars and the Seer part, the latter hands an old manuscript into the author’s care – a doorway to further revelations.

Reviews

‘This book was absolutely brilliant, it kept me interested and not wanting to put it down. I am looking forward to reading the next ones in the series.’
Jules, 25 May 2012, www.amazon.co.uk

‘An experience like no other.’
Gail Swanson, author of ‘Mary Magdalene Speaks’

‘A deep spiritual experience and initiation of the highest order.’
Gail Swanson, author of ‘Mary Magdalene Speaks’

‘It’s a story that, for too long, has been crying out to be told.’
Henry Lincoln, ‘Holy Blood, Holy Grail’