This book is a "must read" for anyone with an interest in Atlantis, reincarnation, or the relationship of soul to mind , to eternity. Written as an autobiography of an enlightened person who is recalling his past lives, it is not only entertaining, but for those who can accept the unconventional wisdom, it is astounding. It is an affirmation that, " what a man soweth... he shall surely reap".
I've read this book about 100 times. This book is not for everyone. It is too profound for most people in ways that today's people neither "want" to think about, nor care to think about. Books like this are listed as "fiction," but this is not. If you are of a psychic bent or deeply interested in what is written, this book -- as it had been with me -- was proven-out many times in remarkable ways. As with most things metaphyscial, since "science" seems both "god and king" of our day, who would believe the book -- let alone any of my (proven-out -- to me) words about it? This book has the stamp of the Holy Breath about it. If you are a seeker, reading this won't be a waste of time. Being a "doer" of its universal words will save you untold .... Here is a little question for you (for which you might have the answer) after reading the book: Why is a pyramid a part (the FIRST part!) of the Great Seal of the United States (it's on the back of dollar bill)? NO ONE talks about it! We are ostensibly Not a country of pyramids. And the "eagle" on the other side of our Great Seal (it does appear AFTER the pyramid -- is it really an eagle? It is always seen behind the president. Why not the pyramid? This is the LEAST of the messages which one might "glean" from a study of this book. Greater lessons are in the book.