The Book of Merlin

by Margaret Doner



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/23/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 172
ISBN : 9781663232267
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 172
ISBN : 9781663232250

About the Book

The Book of Merlin continues the epic saga of the battle between good and evil first begun in Doner’s book, Merlin’s War: The Battle between the Family of Light and the Family of Dark. From the origin of the angels, to the creation of the dragon race, to the humans Atum and Eve in paradise, and the fall of Atlantis, Merlin illuminates these stories and places them into a comprehensible framework. For the first time, Merlin explains the origins of the demonic race through the fallen angel Lilith, and how darkness re-entered the Earth after the Great Flood. Merlin also talks about his “boots on the ground” incarnations, and how his energy has been sent through various human beings to assist in the uplifting of the human race. Present-day dilemmas and the options for solving the myriad of problems facing humanity are also explored. And finally, a look at the future potential possibilities for both the Earth and humanity are considered. As always, Merlin empowers the reader to think for themselves, and to consider their impact on others and Mother Earth as mastery requires self-reflection.

About the Author

Margaret Doner is the author of numerous books including Merlin’s War: The Battle Between the Family of Light and Family of Dark, Merlin’s Handbook for Seekers and Starseeds, and Merlin’s Guide to the Apocalypse. Her work explores the realms of angels, dragons, and the origins of the Orion Wars and its impact on the creation of both Lemuria and Atlantis. Mixing myth, magic and historical records, Doner paints a picture of the Earth as a place where paradise is continually challenged by forces both inside and outside the self.