Book 8.2 - “Rites of Love”
The Rites of Love compares today's attitudes toward sex, childbirth, family and education with those of our forebears. Their depth of understanding may cause you to wonder when and how we lost this extraordinary knowledge. Anastasia assures us that it can be regained.
Through the fascinating life-story of one family, Megré portrays the radiant world of the ancient Russian Vedic civilisation, documents the drama of its destruction and then reveals its rebirth–millennia later–in our present time.
In powerful poetic prose, Megré describes a way of life that was grounded in love and non-violence, and then shows the practicability of this same approach today.
Rites of Love reminds us of so much we have long forgotten–it really is like reading one's own life story and, in the process, awakening from a long sleep.
“ There are hundreds of thousands who are discovering more and more the truth within themselves and are changing their way of life at the core. They will soon number in the millions, but for now these hundreds of thousands should be seeking for the answer to the puzzle within themselves.