Spirit Stones

Spirit Stones : Unraveling the Megalithic Mysteries of Western Europe's Prehistoric Monuments


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Nearly a decade in the making, award-winning author Dianne Ebertt Beeaff's transcending new book, Spirit Stones, explores the enduring lessons of Europe's prehistoric monoliths, stone circles and burial chambers. Beeaff's fastidious research, first-hand accounts and prevailing love of history capture not only the architectural essence of these archeological treasures, but also their spiritual strength. Uniting civilization throughout the ages, the stone relics being rediscovered throughout Western Europe speak not only of our Neolithic and Bronze Age past, but also of contemporary humanity. The lessons of these ancient stones can help our present-day society unearth and cultivate its own spiritual potential--with reverence, celebration and hope.

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  • Paperback | 330 pages
  • 152.4 x 226.06 x 22.86mm | 544.31g
  • Five Star Publications
  • Chandler, United States
  • English
  • black & white line drawings, colour plates
  • 1589851986
  • 9781589851986
  • 874,195

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Silent and somewhat forbidding, the stone structures erected by our megalithic ancestors continue to evoke awe and wonder. Spirit Stones, ten years in the making, combines Dianne Ebertt Beeaff's lifelong love of history and travel with her quest to understand the spiritual significance and meaning of the stone monuments of Western Europe. Her book -- Kristine Miller "ForeWord Reviews"

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Their timeless secrets revealed, Europe's prehistoric monoliths, stone circles and burial chambers testify of mortality, mysticism and miracles. As their stories unfold, these relics unite generations of humanity with indelible bonds of custom, culture and creation. Monuments built centuries ago abide today, both in our landscape and in our hearts.

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