Books on Deva researches

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Book 1.               “Angels, Devas of Canberra”, by Dr Geo

 

Angels of Canberra:

 

The abstract below comes from the book’s preface, it is a brief description of this long, deep, colorfully illustrated and revealing book written in the mid 1990s. Look for yourself.

 

“This book has evolved over several years. After writing observations of the Melbourne Angels and nature spirits and creating a website, I stayed for some four years in Canberra. During that time I was encouraged by several theosophists and anthroposophists to sketch and describe the main Angels of Canberra.

 

The sequence of observations on Canberra were motivated by my contact with a man there called Steven Guth. He was passionate about his desire to understand the Angels and nature spirit forces of Canberra, and he encouraged my efforts at rendering descriptions and sketches of them.”

 

 

Book 2.               “Angels, Devas of the Melbourne Botanic Gardens”, by Dr Geo

 

Angels of the Botanic Gardens:

 

This is a complete book of 14 chapters. It presents descriptions of the Devas in the Botanic gardens and underlying concepts circa 1990.

 

The focus of information used here is in the study of devas of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne, Australia. The author spent about three years "on and off" attuning to the Devas (Angels) in and around Melbourne with a view to sharing the experiences with people. A map of the gardens is included, which enables people to actually visit the site where the Angel is located so that it may be attuned to. In addition, there are artist's sketches of the Devas (Angels) as they are described here.

 

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Book 3.               “Journey to Earth’s Dawning”, by Phillip Simpfendorfer

 

Journey to Earth’s Dawning:

 

Phillip’s 1983 book and the subsequent discussions add to the understanding of the link between ‘Spirits of the Land’ and humans. Here is a quote from Phillip as presented in the discussions…

 

“The Renewal of the Dreaming was an interesting phenomenon. As it progressed though the white, young drug taking hippy culture the aboriginal people were being awakened to THEIR sacred areas and beginning to make their connections. The Renewal of the Dreaming gave energy to the land. There seemed to be an awakening at a very deep level. It all happened so quickly – all over Australia Aboriginals started to talk about Sacred Sites.”

 

 

Book 4.               “A Dreaming”, by Phillip Simpfendorfer

 

A Dreaming:

 

Phillip’s 1983 book and the subsequent discussions add to the understanding of the link between ‘Spirits of the Land’ and humans. Here is a quote from Phillip as presented in the discussions…

 

“The Renewal of the Dreaming was an interesting phenomenon. As it progressed though the white, young drug taking hippy culture the aboriginal people were being awakened to THEIR sacred areas and beginning to make their connections. The Renewal of the Dreaming gave energy to the land. There seemed to be an awakening at a very deep level. It all happened so quickly – all over Australia Aboriginals started to talk about Sacred Sites.”

 

 

Book 5.               “Taoism and meditation” by Steven Guth

 

Taoism and meditation:

 

The 65 page A4 eBook is a commentary and guide to Meditation using the Taoist “Neijing tu” diagram. It gives a series of meditative visualizations.

 

The book touches on many related topics – usually placed in boxes for easy access. There is a useful context/index page. Because of the author’s predications the concept of Devas the book often discusses the relationship between Taoism, Devas and the Void.