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Product Details

  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc.; 4th edition (June 1, 1993)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0963277642
  • ISBN-13: 978-0963277640
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,869 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Sometimes the sheer volume of material is overwhelming. Details will undoubtedly send chills down the spines of other unsuspecting starbeings who have forgotten who they are and why they came. In a sense this book is a wake-up call.

About the Author

Dorlores Cannon is a regression therapist whose home is in Arkansas. She works with abduction cases and with UFO researchers. Her other atmosphere-filled books of "far memory" documentation include Jesus and the Essenes, They Walked with Jesus, and Between Death and Life. She also edited the channeled 3-volume work Conversations with Nostradamus.

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I have read almost all of Dolores's books, and have enjoyed all of them .
mary c williams
Cannon's book Keepers of the Garden deals with a client of hers, who undergoes regression and recalls details of past lives.
DH
I heartily recommend this book with the caveat that it must be read with an open mind.
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83 of 86 people found the following review helpful By billiusmaxx on January 14, 2000
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I got turned-on to Dolores Cannon after reading Legend of Starcrash. I had just read Journey of Souls, about another regressionist who got insight about life in-between earthly incarnations. After Starcrash, I read "Life Between Life" then Dolores' "Between Death and Life". I became hooked! I then picked up Dolores' "Legacy of the Stars" and "Keepers of the Garden". I found myself reading "Keepers of the Garden" slowly to thoroughly comprehend the material and reach the end gradually. I did not want the book to end.
Keepers of the Garden is not just another book about alien abductions, but one which reassures that what we call extraterrestrials are here and in reality, loving and nurturing brothers and sisters in the overall scheme of Life as God created it. I'm glad the book didn't end as it was initially intended to, and that we got to see Phil come to grips with his reality. It was truly surprising and satisfying to see Phil as he truly was and is.
I have now also found an author I can trust, whose material is in-line and conducive to my search for knowledge of eternal existence within the creation of the universal flow. Ms. Cannon presents her topics with integrity and in a coherent and understandable manner. I wish I could be one of her subjects.
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111 of 118 people found the following review helpful By DOC BARHAM on February 13, 2000
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I read Delores Cannon's book "The Custodians" in three nights. I immediately bought a copy of "Keepers of the Garden" and devoured it in two sittings. I'm now fininshing up another of her works, "Legacy From The Stars", and have two more titles of hers laying in wait on my bedside table. I express this as measure of the impact of that her books have had upon me. I found them all to be rather remarkable. If you're the debunker-skeptic type let me save you some time. Move on. There's nothing for you here. If, however, you're of the more open minded inclination and not threatened by possibilities and ideas outside the purview of "the norm" then take note. Despite the fact that modern day hypnosis has been used as an effective technique for nigh on a century, it is only now being accorded the interest and professional credibility that it has long since deserved. I'm happy to say, Mrs. Cannon's regressive hypnotherapy work pushes the envelope of what is "the norm" even further, to its limits and beyond. In a truly fascinating series of regressions with various hypnotherapy subjects she explores some of the most fundamental questions of our existence. Do you want to know how the universe was formed, are we alone, where we came from, who we are, who created us, where we're going, what it's all about, and how aliens, extra-dimensional entities, reincarnation, the afterlife, and the soul all neatly fit into it? You'll find answers in here. Whether you find them to be true will remain for you to decide. And as well it should be. Trust your gut and intuition here and give you left-brain anal-lyzer a rest.Read more ›
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54 of 58 people found the following review helpful By DH on May 16, 2002
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Cannon's book Keepers of the Garden deals with a client of hers, who undergoes regression and recalls details of past lives. The fascinating aspect that this book focuses on is that the client in question recalls experiences that identify him as an extra-terrestial being. The book catalogues his past experiences on alien planets and on earth and attempts to unravel the connections between them. I thoroughly enjoyed the book. I am a discerning reader and do not believe everything I read and certainly this book pushes the boundaries between fact and fiction. Draw whatever conclusions you want from this book. Whatever your belief system, it provides some valuable lessons. Those in the 'KNOW' will benefit greatly from this book, as it is a real wake up call. It may also be of assistance to victims of alien abductions as an alternative explanation for their experiences. I found this book an easy and quick read as most of the text is in question and answer format. Watch out for the revelation at the end as to the past life of the subject which lead to his present incarnation. About as an impressive job as you can get. Highly recommended.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By N. Keaton on March 7, 2011
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I read Convoluted Universe and the Custodians before I read this book. It's a very early publication and is not worth reading unless it's read first. The other books outstrip the concepts presented in this little handbook by a long shot. If you are just waking up and beginning to research concepts beyond the world's mass TV view, this is the book for you. You'll be happy reading and digesting it as a first try. If you are already awake, well read and researched in science and the concepts of ETs, it is not. In that case, buy the Custodians, then Book 1 of Convoluted Universe. This book will be too slow for you.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Bani Sodermark VINE VOICE on January 25, 2006
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Dolores Cannon has written a lot of books on esoteric susbjects. The material for her books has been gleaned fron the experiences of the many people who come to her for hypnotic regression in order to gain information of memories from their past lives and thereby heal them. This is her first book on extraterrestrials and how they have been relevant to life on this planet. It has been followed by 'The Custodians' and the more recent series 'The Convoluted Universe' Books One and Two.

This book is about the experiences of a man in the hypnotized state where he is regressed to his experiences as an extraterrestrial entity. The wealth of information that has come forth is really extraordinary. Besides, it has been superbly presented and edited; this book is hard to put down. It offers fascinating glimpses of a different planetary reality, of spaceships that travel between heavenly bodies, of illumined cities where spoken language is dispensable, crystal technology and planetary antennas among others, the kind of stuff that science fiction is made of.

It is said that life on this planet was conceived at a certain advanced level of consciousness. The seed was sown by a band of extraterrestrials after several ground explorations. The original plan was that of a garden of Eden. Somehow weeds got into the garden. While covering this issue, the communication takes the form of channeling, as other entities begin to censor the informatiion and at times, even shut it down completely. The reason given is that further elaboration on those lines could give rise to a good deal of misinterpretation, and thus lead to disinformation campaigns and even persecution of certain races or peoples.
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