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Vladimir Megre



Anastasia


Anastasia


Ringing Cedars of Russia, Anastasiya


Vladimir Megre (b. Vladimir Nikolaevich Puzakov)


Vladimir Megre (b. Vladimir Nikolaevich Puzakov)


Novosibirsk, Russia


no single official headquarters


Kiev Patrimonial Estate Academy (Ukraine)


"Zvenyaschie Kedry Rossii" (Ringing Cedars of Russia), "Zvenyaschie Kedry Ukrainy" (Ringing Cedars of Ukraine), Source of Life Association (Canada), Day of Earth, Ringing Cedars Press, Source of Life Association, "Rodnaya Partya" (Native Party) — a political party-in-the-making conceived to lobby amendments to the Russian and Ukrainian constitutions to secure the right of every citizen to establish a patrimonial estate of his own.


The Ringing Cedars of Russia series (8 volumes)


The Ringing Cedars of Russia Almanac (occasional) "Byt Dobru" (Let There Be Good) — "international monthly newspaper," Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine, published in Russian. "Rodovaya Zemlya" (Patrimonial Land) — privately published monthly newspaper. Oryol, Russia. Published in Russian. "Rodnaya Gazeta" (Native Newspaper) — "all-Ukrainian" bimonthly newspaper. Official publication of the Ukrainian Native Party. Kiev (Kyiv), Ukraine. Published in Russian. “Rodovoye Pomestye” (Patrimonial Estate) — bimonthly newspaper. Official publication of Kiev Patrimonial Estate Academy. Kiev, Ukraine. Published in Russian.


One of Megre’s sites explains that "In 1994 a Siberian elder told the entrepreneur Vladimir Megre a fascinating story about the ’ringing cedars’ — trees respected from Biblical times for their curative powers and the capacity to re-connect human beings with the Divine. The elder told him where such a ringing cedar was growing in the Siberian backwoods. Vladimir Megre set out on an expedition to find the tree. But his encounter with the elder’s granddaughter Anastasia transformed him so deeply that he abandoned his commercial plans and, penniless, went to Moscow to write a book about the spiritual insights she shared with him."


In 1998 Olga Stukova, founder and director of the Rerikh Theosophy Society and leader of an Anastasia club in St. Petersburg, was asked by a “major publisher” to write a book describing her own perspective on the Anastasia phenomenon. In December 1991 Vladimir Megre sued Stukova for plagiarism. In the course of this lawsuit (which lasted about 2 years) Megre was forced to admit that his stories about Anastasia are fictitious. Thus confession stirred much turmoil among Megre’s followers — some of them even summoned him to repent and retract his statement. In her defense, Stukova claimed that Megre himself had plagiarized most of his ideas from books by an obscure psychic healer named Olga Guz. She went on to support her statement from the actual publications. Stukova finally won the lawsuit, but Olga Guz also used this unexpected publicity to claim that she, in fact, is the real Anastasia.


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www.apologetika.ru/win/index.php3?razd=1&id1=27&id2=241


www.prweb.com/releases/RingingCedars/RingingCedarsBooks/prweb11632298.htm


www.anastasia.ru
www.ringingcedars.com
www.ringingcedarsofrussia.org
www.ringingcedarsconference.com
www.vladimirmegre.com
www.dayofearth.org
www.earthlife.info
www.shambhala-shasta.org