Tuesday, August 28, 2012

From the book series 'Ringing Cedars of Russia' by Vladimir Megre, about a girl named Anastacia living in the Siberian forest, is Anastacia a real girl or fictional? (There has been controversy about this) If she does still live in the forest with her grandparents, is she safe and still carrying out her great work? Thank you!!

8:25 PM-I am getting an image of a little girl running through the forest like she is really scared and in the background I see a little cottage that is made completely out of wood.  And this little girl that I am seeing is coming across to me as little red riding hood.  My impression is that this is a fictional story, however, it is based on shreds of truth that the author is pulling from his own life.  I also feel that the character in the story is either based on his daughter as a child or a granddaughter, and that is who he used as his inspiration.  But as far as Anastasia being a real person I think no, but she was just merely and inspired character based upon the authors daughter or grandchild.  I think I answered the question.
Q-What percentage of truth do you get vs fiction on this character?
A-25% truth, and that 25% truth is what inspired the 75% fiction.
Q-Is there anything else?  A-No 
8:32 PM. Link to Audio


Anonymous said...

Darn it .

Really enjoyed the books . He tells a good story .

Eve Adams said...

I am not sure if you still read these older comments Lynn, but this book had a profound impact on the way I viewed the world, more so than any other religious text or theories. There feels like a real difference in the story when the author writes his accounts than the parts where he writes what was said by the girl Anastasia. Is there some type of neurolinguistic language in the books? The book appeared to have political elements too focused on family and self-sufficiency (a more natural way of life). Did this author create on his own as a desire to help people or be rich, do you think there was more involved or just a work of fiction?

Psychic Focus (Lynn) said...

@Eve: I do feel there are always elements of truth or significance to the author when writing a book (even fiction). That significance is the inspiration, so you answer your question, I do feel there is some further meaning. Great question!