People of the Earth
Ecology, survival and nurturing spirits
Peter Calvert, Richard Bentley, Carolyn Longden, Trisha Wren
My spiritual abilities, including Animal Communication, really didn’t appear for me in any significant way until I joined a well established meditation group 6 years ago.
The strong, amplified energy of that group – and the skills of the other members – exploded everything for me from the very first night, and I found myself having an astounding variety of experiences I could never have guessed at. Suddenly I was channelling and chatting to souls in limbo, elementals, and other non-embodied identities.
For me, this book is a documentation of that time, but it’s also so much more.
We had many conversations with different elementals, spiritual beings who look after the land, air and water of our planet. They told us their purpose, and their concerns, and wanted us to share them with others.
I hope this book gives you some insights, some inspiration, and ideas of how you might do your part to help them – and us.
Just NZ $20 + postage – signed by Trisha
People of the Earth offers a unique account of communications with spiritual identities normally invisible to us: deceased people lost between worlds, nature spirits who nurture the Earth’s ecosystems, and non-human beings who “drop in” to see what is going on. It challenges our assumptions regarding life and death, and asks us to reconsider who else may be sharing the universe with us.
When Peter Calvert gathered a small group of meditators and set them the task of opening their minds to whoever arrived, he didn’t anticipate the astonishing encounters that would result. They discovered a small percentage of people become confused after death. Lost in a transitional zone, they need guidance to move on to the next phase of their existence.
And in a series of vexed visits, nature spirits pleaded with the meditators to share an urgent message with humanity regarding the dire state of the planet’s ecosystems.
Through a sequence of intriguing dialogues between the meditators and visiting non-embodied beings, People of the Earth provides sobering insights to those who seek to understand what is required of us spiritually to sustain the planet’s ecological health.