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Parašytas: Tre 03 16, 2005, 17:17
Emuti
Thank you very much! :) i'll try to download...

Parašytas: Šeš 03 19, 2005, 18:31
Emuti
I couldn't download any books from here -something is wrong with the computer - it's sad - i do so want to read the books...

Parašytas: Ket 03 24, 2005, 22:19
Žvaigždukas
Hi :)

Check these:

http://www.ringingcedars.com/books.htm-

http://anastasiaclub.co.uk/eng/newpage.html

http://anastasiaclub.co.uk/book/anastasia1.zip

I've found these links at the German site of V. Megre books readers. I'm not sure, but I think that the second link gives the complete English version of the first book. :)
Good luck :)

Parašytas: Pen 03 25, 2005, 0:11
Emuti
Thank you Ausrine very much! :D

Parašytas: Pir 05 30, 2005, 13:27
angeliukas
hello guys :) It's great, that you are thinking not only about lithuanian speaking people, but also of english speaking ones. Good luck!

Parašytas: Pen 07 29, 2005, 8:28
ausrytux
Ok, here I am-english speaker from Lithuania. It's so fine, that you've created forum in english.

Parašytas: Pen 08 12, 2005, 0:17
Pagone
Hi Emuti! Did you find books in English version? I'm intrested in that as well.

Parašytas: Ant 12 06, 2005, 17:46
loreta
We need the last V.Megre book (as well as others) in English as soon as possible!!!

Parašytas: Ant 12 06, 2005, 19:47
Pagone
Maybe someone from us should translate it?! :lol:

Parašytas: Tre 12 07, 2005, 21:44
loreta
Pagone rašė:Maybe someone from us should translate it?! :lol:
I think it will not hurt to have a couple English versions of the book, because English speaking population in our area got really interested after the first V.Megre book. People keep asking us and we keep talking...what we have read about, and it is hard to compare own words with a book itself!..

Parašytas: Ket 12 08, 2005, 21:13
Pagone
loreta rašė: English speaking population in our area got really interested after the first V.Megre book.
Really?! Nice to hear that! Is it somewhere in England?!
Recently I spoke with some English about religion and similar things. Nearly all of them admited beeing embarrassed to speek about that. And I would say, that english people I met in London are not really intrested in spiritual things. :? :(

Parašytas: Ket 12 08, 2005, 21:44
loreta
Luckily, it is not in England. It is across the ocean on the East coast, where winters are mild because of the subtropical climate.
People from England are more conservative.
Generally speaking, any religion is created to control people. Anastasiya's ideas are far from any religion; this is why we are so atracted to her teachings.

Parašytas: Pen 12 09, 2005, 2:43
Pagone
loreta rašė:Luckily, it is not in England. It is across the ocean on the East coast, where winters are mild because of the subtropical climate.
People from England are more conservative.
Generally speaking, any religion is created to control people. Anastasiya's ideas are far from any religion; this is why we are so atracted to her teachings.
I believe that Jesus didn't have intension to create a religion as well. I don't wanna say Anastasiya's teaching is becoming/ will become a religion. I just think, that religions and teachings might be not so far from each other and both of them speek about spiritual life. But actually I agree- religions are to control people.

Parašytas: Pen 12 09, 2005, 6:36
loreta
You are absolutely right!!! :D

Parašytas: Pen 12 09, 2005, 6:42
loreta
Pagonele,
Are you able to have a garden where you reside?

Parašytas: Sek 12 11, 2005, 14:19
Pagone
loreta rašė:Pagonele,
Are you able to have a garden where you reside?
Not at the moment... :( Maybe some time in the future! :roll:
I just have two little plants on my window! :)

Parašytas: Pir 12 12, 2005, 0:21
loreta
Pagone rašė:
loreta rašė:Pagonele,
Are you able to have a garden where you reside?
Not at the moment... :( Maybe some time in the future! :roll:
I just have two little plants on my window! :)
Dear One,
From the moment we decided to move to our own land (in 1993), to the point when we've accoplished it (in 2003), passed 10 years! During that time we were introduced to V.Megre books and got really excited!

Parašytas: Ket 10 12, 2006, 22:59
JsT
yes there is books translated to english but not all of them yet, only four at this time. i have the first book in english and all of them in lithuanian, i think its easier to read them in lithuanina because its has more basic words and easy to read, the only thing i dont like about english version that it has commercials in back of it and so does 8 book that i have in lithuanian.

http://www.ringingcedars.com/books.htm

Parašytas: Pen 10 13, 2006, 13:08
loreta
Adds support commercialy. That's it...