“The profound channeled story of when three became one and the Spiritual Security Force was formed.” Dear Readers, when I saw these words on the cover of Dianne Pegler’s book, The Sacred Order of the Magi, I could not wait to read it; and in fact, I could barely put the book down once I started it. There is so much in this important book, I don’t even know where to begin to tell you about it—and you know that I am never short on words. Truly, I would need the space of three columns to do this book justice, but I will do my best in this limited space.
This is a channeled book; and the story of the Sacred Order of the Magi was given to Dianne by her Guide, Merlin. Yes, the very same Merlin who was an alchemist during the times of King Arthur’s court; which immediately peaked my interest, but there’s more: In a previous incarnation, Merlin was Melchior, a member of the Magi, and this channeled story is told as a narrative by Merlin/Melchior. And what a story it is. The connection of the Magi to Jesus/Yeshua is revealed; and here’s a little bit about the book direct from the author herself to give you a feel for what you will find when you open your copy:
The three wise men are the founding members of the Sacred Order of the Magi, an order that has survived for two thousand years, much like the Ancient Orders of the Stonemasons and the Knights Templar. But unlike those orders, the Sacred Order of the Magi has remained a secret...until now. Members of the Order have worked on their own or in small groups, and all have taken a vow to uphold in their hearts and souls the truth of Jesus’ mission.
In this book, my Guide, Merlin, who was Melchior of the Magi in a past life, tells the story of the three wise men and their unrelenting integrity, bravery, and the sadness they felt when they discovered the role they would play in Jesus’ destiny. For the sake of Jesus and for the salvation of our planet, the Sacred Order of the Magi went undercover and became the Spiritual Security Service.
Merlin says that now is the time to reveal the existence of this sacred order, and that now is the time to disclose many sacred truths.
As author and hypnotherapist, Dr. Ursula James, wrote in the foreword, “You can read this book as a meditation, a fable or a true representation of experience, it doesn’t matter which…and through it we are each transformed.” I agree with Dr. James; and there’s much more to this book than the story the author and I have touched on above. I don’t want to give away any of the juicy details that you will find in these pages, but here are a few highlights that I personally loved: check out the information about the meaning of the Sacred Symbol which is revealed in chapter 12; and the visualization/meditations in chapters 13, 14, and 19.
The Sacred Order of the Magi is worth every penny of its $16.99 cover price and can be found at Amazon.com (Kindle edition is available for $3.99); Barnes and Noble.com (the Nook version is $3.49), and at Balboa Press.com.
About the Author: Dianne Pegler, who was an officer of the M15, the UK’s Security Service, prior to becoming an author, holds a certificate in counseling and began channeling the Sacred Order of the Magi story when the first message came to her from her Guide, Merlin, in December 2010. She is a trained “Heal your Life” Teacher with Louise Hay, and studied with Doreen Virtue to become a trained Angel Therapist. For more about Dianne, her book, and her angel readings, please visit her website at DiannePegler.com.
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