The Hidden Oracle of India : The Mystery of India's Naadi Palm Leaf Readers Paperback
When the authors stumbled across the Naadi palm-leaf readers of India they were in India for a wedding.
While there they found their destiny and made the shocking discovery that our lives have been determined and mapped out centuries before.
This book covers the authors' revelatory journey to the Naadis, to be told the precise details of their past, present and predictions of their future, which had been recorded in Sanskrit on palm leaves millennia ago, passed down by initiates to await long-destined appointments with those who come to find them.How does it feel to find out your soul's true mission has been documented in detail on an ancient 'leaf' that relates to you alone, and then to learn your future?
Angela Donovan found it a deeply uplifting experience, but for her husband Andrew it was a life-changing moment that left him reeling, his lifelong skepticism challenged and destroyed.
The book speaks to both the spiritually minded and the skeptical.
This book gives an inspiring look into one of the greatest mystical secrets of India - the hidden oracle.
It tells readers how to find the Naadis for themselves.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 160 pages, black & white illustrations
- Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
- Publication Date: 14/02/2008
- Category: Thought & practice
- ISBN: 9781846940743
- Paperback from £15.99
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Review by biunicorn
The Hidden Oracle of IndiaThe Mystery of India's Naadi Palm Leaf Readersby Andrew and Angela Donovan I got completely enthralled in this 139 page true story about two seekers who through a serendipitous bunch of circumstances ended up in India with there Akashic records splayed out in front of them for all to see. That was the short version, but how people 2000 and 3000 years ago could write down on palm leaves the whole turn of events past and future for the authors was totally astounding, and then they identified it's owner by of all things a thumb print and a series of questions. There were pictures that brought more to the table, but I must tell you that what was there already was pretty awesome. I just loved the way the whole story came together, and this form of divination just blew me away. I would recommend this great tell all to anyone interested in learning new things from old things. Thank you both so much for this fascinating glimpse into your life and this blessed adventure. Love & Light, Riki Frahmann