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From The Journal Of Hebert Flambeau – An Anti-biography

From The Journal Of Hebert Flambeau – An Anti-biography

It has been said by students of reincarnation that one chooses one’s parents, a place to live, and general circumstances that one is born into. In that case, when I did my choosing, I must have been distracted because, as a child, I detested the urban locale. I often wished that I could grow up in the countryside, the Wild West, a leech-infested swamp, or any tract of forest dense enough to require Houdini mentoring for a weasel to pass through.

Open book.

The city had its own distinct nature life. In the morning you could wake to the sound of birds coughing. They say that if you drink water from the Fountain of Youth, you will never get a day older. The same could be said of certain sources of America’s drinking water.

The most similar experience to getting lost somewhere in the woods is perhaps getting stuck in traffic rush and suddenly being surrounded by some quite wild and non-civilized sounds and moves.

However, none of these has any of the healing, mending or regenerative effect onto your body or psyche. Quite the opposite, most emotional disbalances or psychological issues of the modern age emerge in this unhealthy lifestyle and habits pictured in the previous paragraph.

And the previous paragraph belongs to one impressive book written by Hebert Flambeau, though most biographical researchers agree that Hebert Flabeau is a fictional name for Josef Graf, the true writer. The book is conceived to be a specific form of a journal or the anti-biography as the author labeled it, but you choose to sort it in the world of literature, it is a unique written story you have to read.

Disclosed book on table at library

Flabeau rejects urban living strongly and goes for a true journey through wild corners of intact nature and through some deep and innocent aspects of people’s souls in an attempt to re-establish a strong connection with nature around him and within him. This book goes beyond merely beautiful literature. It is an educational guide and spiritual manual for all those who strive to establish inner harmony, go back to the natural way of living and have a lot of fun while doing this.

Books That Changed The World

Books That Changed The World

It is well known fact and strategy that if you want a certain society to stop progressing and become easy to manipulate with, just burn the books or even better – make the unpopular so people just stop reading. Aside the fact that reading itself raises educational levels of citizens, cultural levels and the level of civilized progress, the books have this superb power to influence people’s minds, cause changes of attitudes and inspire people to strive towards various ideas. Certainly, the Bible is the book with the strongest and widest influence globally, but here are some other books that made quite an impact onto generations of readers.

The Communist Manifesto

The Communist ManifestoIn spite of its bad reputation nowadays, after it had been misinterpreted and abused by greedy politicians, The Communist Manifesto, famous literature written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, is certainly one of the most influential books ever. The book describes thoroughly all the principles and foundations of a society as Marx and Engels had imagine it to be, but was later on transformed in malpractice of communism with all its drawbacks. There’s still dilemma whether this type of society is possible or the idea described in the book is excellent in theory, but wrong in practice.

1984

Analyzing the matter of modern society, its issues and potential future scenarios, George Orwell wrote famous “1984”. This classic literature turned out to be both, inspiration for series of future novels, including Huxley’s “Brave new world”, but it has also turned out to be way too good prediction of the society we live in over a half a century later. The story about closed and controlled world supervised by the government, where censorship is overwhelming and freedom is suppressed, frightened many generations. And it’s still up to be seen whether we are heading toward future society dangerously similar to Orwell’s.

The diary of a young girl

“The diary of a young girl” written by Anne Frank is an upsetting literature about WW 2 and the days this little girl spent during Nazi occupation. This book is often listed as mandatory literature in many schools, but the mere matter and the style of writing makes it perfectly adapted for adults to read it as well.

The diary of a young girl

Perhaps it’s even more important for adults to read it, because struggling with emotions and awareness of all the horror of war reader is faced with, might force many people worldwide to think twice before calling for war again.

On the origin of species

One of the biggest ever and still ongoing debate refers to inherited traits and true origin of species, which was certainly started by cult thesis written in famous book “On the origin of species” by Charles Darwin.

On the origin of species

This book is the foundation of evolution theory which divided scientists and their supporters against creationists and believers and set the theoretic basis for this controversial topic which is still widely discussed. Darwin wrote down myriad of conclusions and elements supporting the idea of evolution being a result of adaptation of species onto environment surrounding them and the whole modern science is based upon his studying presented in this book.

Gaia Sojourn, Spiritual Ecology Across A Series Of Incarnations

Gaia Sojourn, Spiritual Ecology Across A Series Of Incarnations

The unknown has the power to boost our imagination. As much as it addresses our inherited fear of non-familiar terrain, it also gives us a wide open field to imagine and fulfill the space with various possible scenarios. What comes after death is one of these topics potent enough to inspire writers to write dark poetry or science fiction stories.

However, this matter, also, has one more powerful impact – it forces us to review our current life, years spent here and now and to see the world we live in in a specific manner. You might believe in the afterlife in a religious manner or not; you might believe there’s nothing after the ultimate ending of this life, you might believe in the concept of reincarnation of stand any other point of view regarding this topic.

Gaia Sojourn signs unique book written from a perspective of a person expecting reincarnation and playing with genres, timeline, chronology, rich imagination and many other elements in an attempt to picture some world’s current issues.

This material representing spiritual ecology takes a global perspective through mythic, historic, and future time forums, using reincarnation as its principle device. It’s a creative blend of biography and fiction through 190 pages.

This book is among other projects of Earth Vision online community, and you may support us by purchasing it and making a donation that goes for the preservation of the Earth.