Put on a seat belt, bib and helmet because if you’re like me, you’ll be reading this book drooling and nodding your head so violently you might hit a wall. And have someone photograph you. Your eyes may show up the sizes of plates.
It all started for me with a dream in which I met a man with a low-hanging ponytail of white hair. “Who are you?” I asked.
“Melchizedek.” he said smiling, “Doh!”
I awoke with a start and began googling, finding the word “Melchitzedek”, a term originating from the book of Genesis and eventually finding a person currently living in Arizona, named Drunvalo Melchizedek. The photo on his site was of the man from my dream.
I gasped, put on my seatbelt, bib and helmet and purchased the digital version of The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life Vol. 1.
The Book’s 4 Story Lines
A transcription of Drunvalo’s course by the same name, this book has a very conversational feel about it. This can get confusing occasionally because he weaves in and out of various “plot lines” throughout; eventually, though, this make sense as you read on because there are 4 concurrent stories being told, and the only way to do this is to jump around.