Knowing Ourselves

Spirit of the Mountain

Shelley Davidow



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The hot South-African summer is getting to Emily. She escapes to her Uncle Tim’s farm where she meets green-eyed Joey and can relax. But Emily has an eating disorder, and each day she slips further away from those around her. Only Anna can help her—Anna the healer, the herbalist, who possesses the wisdom of ancient customs and traditions. Anna offers Emily knowledge of a world she could scarcely imagine.

Sometimes you find secrets where you least expect them. But what can a baby know, or an old man on a mountain? Can Emily learn to listen in time? Shelley Davidow’s Spirit of the Mountain will take you on a journey you won’t forget.

—Bette Lunch Husted, author of Above the Clearwater

Ancient Saturn to Atlantis

A Teenagers' Travel Guide to the Evolution of the World and Man in the Light of Rudolf Steiner's Spiritual Science - a Creative Approach

Alan Whitehead


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Ancient Saturn to Atlantis serves up an invigorating rendition of Steiner's Outline of Esoteric Science written with the adolescent in mind. Teens will find this to be rollicking ride through the evolution of our world and of humanity (adults will also love it, but for heaven's sake, don't let the teens know!). In the process, they'll also find themselves inspired by the grand vision, the wonder and the purpose of it all. An unexpected treasure!