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"Do you want to know where God is hiding? Sparrowdancer knows. She's provided a map for you in her book. -- The Midwest Book Review

"I endorse Mary Sparrowdancer's new book with all my heart . . ." -- Robert Bruce, author of Astral Dynamics, and guest speaker on Art Bell's syndicated radio program.

"Lovely . . . It is my hope that your book will touch many hearts and enlighten." -- Richard Boylan, Ph.D., author, investigator, seeker of the truth.

"Sparrowdancer's winning writing style and rhythm keep you turning pages long after you planned to stop." -- New Age Retailer - the #1 magazine for retailers

"This is my favorite book . . . " -- Alex Merklinger, syndicated radio host of worldwide show,

From the Author

The Teacher has continued to visit for thirteen years. The Love Song of the Universe contains a true account of the messages from him - messages that he asked me to share with Mankind as a witness.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing Company (May 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1571742107
  • ISBN-13: 978-1571742100
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.5 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,285,052 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Henry R. Jordan on June 7, 2001
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It has taken me two readings and some intense thought sessions to even begin to absorb what this book has to offer! I guess to say that I enjoyed it would be a bit of an understatement. I strongly suspect that reading this book will in fact turn out to be a life-changing (definitely life-enhancing) experience. After reading this book I promised myself that I would post a review here. What I failed to consider was the difficulty that I would have placing my thoughts about it into words. Once I started reading this book I could not put it down until it was finished. It is a fast read but do not for a minute think that means it is a shallow one! The author obviously possesses insight, warmth, compassion, and a delightful sense of humor. If you are prepared to have your perception of reality shaken around a bit, your complacency disturbed, and your mind opened to new and beautiful possibilities then this is just the book that will do it! I can honestly say that since I finished reading it the world has not seemed "Quite" the same. I strongly suspect that time and continued contemplation of it's teachings will produce even greater rewards. I have recommended this book to friends. When asked to explain it I simply reply, "Read it and see!" So, Read it and see!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Cassandra Barnes on April 11, 2003
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Mary Sparrowdancer was living a typical suburban life--wife, mother, socialite--when "the Indian" began leaving little artifacts, like stones, shells and broken pottery pieces, for her. Then she began dreamwalking, receiving "visitors," and undergoing various other encounters with the spirit world.
These culminated in contact with a "Light Being," who taught her many things and gave her a message to relay to the world. When she was ready, the Light Being revealed his true identity to her.
The Love Song of the Universe is Sparrowdancer's account of all that happened to her, from the first white stones left on her doorstep to the final stunning revelations of the Light Being.
She learned "that there was more to the universe than what my beliefs or disbeliefs allowed, and that the other world existed whether I personally believed in it or not." She grew from feeling great fear to a deep love and understanding. The Light Being explained to her how Earth is being destroyed by wasteful and careless practices and offered a solution for healing the destruction.
When she tried to follow the instructions given to her and tell others of the message entrusted to her, she was ridiculed. Some accused her of consorting with the devil. Her marriage disintegrated and her young children experienced confusion. Yet she persevered.
Do you want to know where God is hiding? Sparrowdancer knows, and she's provided a map for you in her book. Do you want to know what you can do to fill your life with joy as you help to heal the Earth? She tells you how simple it can be.
"In The Love Song of the Universe, Mary Sparrowdancer combines personal experience and fascinating imagery to explore the divine interrelationship between all living things." . . [it's] a remarkable journey of healing, acceptance, and discovery for anyone who seeks a path from tears to transformation and beyond."
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Robert Bruce on May 12, 2001
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I endorse Mary Sparrowdancer's new book with all my heart. It is a truly great read, based on stunning real-life experience and soaked in spiritual truth. The amazing events and phenomena surrounding Mary's life (as revealed in her book) actually happened and still do. I have known Mary for many years and was priviliged to share part of her incredible journey as she wrote her magnum opus, 'The Love Song of the Universe'.
If you only read one book this year, please make it this one! This wonderful book contains not only an epic spiritual adventure I can only liken to The Celestine Prophecies, but an exceptionally warm spiritual message: of truth and love and God-given hope for all of humankind. Miracles really do happen! If reading this book does not make you tingle and leave you with a warm just-been-hugged all-day body glow, I'll eat my proverbial keyboard.
Mary's really not crazy, she's just been blessed a lot!
Robert Bruce = Author of "Astral Dynamics"
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 15, 2001
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After reading Love Song of the Universe, I was struck not only by Mary Sparrowdancer's passage toward a heightened awareness of balance and harmony, but also by her real skill in conveying her story in print. This is one of those rare books that describes an ordinary person's extraordinary experiences in a way that all readers can identify with. Written with wit and style, yet able to bring one to tears as well, this work is one that deserves a wide audience. I can only speak for myself, but after reading it, I'll never look at life the same way again.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mark Waldron on March 15, 2006
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First, by way of full disclosure, I will state up front that I am friends with Mary Sparrowdancer, who I hold in the highest esteem. However, we became friends after I read her book and had my worldview turned upside-down by it. This is a work that needs to stand beside the great spiritual autobiographies, e.g. Yogananda's _Autobiography of a Yogi_. In particular, the identity of the being who has become Mary's teacher for nearly two decades now (revealed near the end of the book) and how that identity becomes known are of the greatest importance at this period of human history. Mary's experiences call into question the entire common understanding of what Christianity really is, a fact that is not immediately obvious from the book's cover or even from previous reviews. At the present time, with copies of _The Da Vinci Code_ and related works flying off the shelves, it's puzzling that Mary's extraordinary work has not become more well known. If you are a seeker wanting a deeper understanding of this cosmos of the spirit that we are all immersed in, this book will be a feast. If you wish to feel that you have touched the hem of Christ-consciousness, that you have come away with a glimpse of something illimitable, you will be hard-pressed to find a book more satisfying than this one. If you suspect that we have not been told nearly the entire truth about the core of the Christian religion, your suspicions will be confirmed.

I should also point out that this book is not an allegory or a work of fiction posing as fact. After knowing Mary and talking to her at length, I am totally convinced that what she is reporting actually occurred. Mary's story is not New Age fantasy; it is vibrantly, astonishingly real.

Finally I will just recommend that readers of Philip Dick's _VALIS_ and Robert Anton Wilson's _Cosmic Trigger_ books should read Mary's work as well. Those are the only works I am aware of that are in a similar vein as this one.
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