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The book of nature - advise

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Hi all.

I just started listening to the podcast and I love it. I am still at the beginning and have much to listen and read, but I encountered already few times a saying about Sepp referring to "The book of nature".
Immediately the book of Anastasia (by Vladimir Megre) came up to my head and I thought it will be fascinating permaculture people to read it.

There are 10 books, but it is enough to read the first to know if you are an Anastasia guy or not. I am sure that anyone can benefit much from reading it. If some of you will read and love it (like I think you will do), it would be my pleasure to know that Permies followers read Anastasia thanks to my advise.

Please read at least the first book (and don't be mislead by the first 30-50 pages that might seems stupid or boring). I think that magic can happen when permaculture meets with Anastasia.

Anastasia + Permaculture = Heaven on earth

Thanks all.
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