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Publisher's Summary

A young man wanting to explore past-life regression discovers this is his first lifetime on Earth. All his other existences were on alien worlds and in other dimensions.

As this unique case is explored further, he finds out that his association with extraterrestrials did not cease with these other lives. The interaction with UFOs and aliens has continued during all his present life, although the information was protectively hidden by his subconscious.

This strange case reveals the motives behind present-day involvement between UFOs and humans and the hopes and expectations of our creators for their garden.

We are the garden - the gardeners are extraterrestrials from other worlds.

©1993 Dolores Cannon (P)2015 Dolores Cannon

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Disappointed

This book has good reviews so I was excited for it. But honestly it was disappointing. I’ve read two of Dolores Cannon’s other books and they were interesting. This one was just ridiculous. It was almost painful to finish it because it seems like so much BS. There are contradictions in the persons story, and at some parts it’s like he doesn’t understand what Dolores is asking even though it’s obvious. He is also repetitive and gives extremely general information on everything he says, which makes his statements less believable.

The female narrator’s voice is also irritating.. not pleasant to listen to. It almost sounds like a witchy voice. If you are going to spend 10+ hours listening to something, you have to find the voices at least pleasant to listen to. I found this book more like a silly fairy tale than anything.

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great listen

loved it, she's a lot of light about interesting topics like et worlds and universal wisdom

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wow!

Mind opening! excellent book. It was amazing and I was shivering a lot of the time! Felt really close to Phil and the stories.

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really enjoyed this perspective from Dolores

This brings a comforting aspect on what life is and its purpose and how we came to be on this planet we call Earth.

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I found the book great.

Great book ...narrators voice annoying .The pitch went to a place in my brain I never knew I had .

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Incredible

The performances are not great but the accounts of the true nature of humanity and reality are nothing short of mind blowing - whether you embrace it as truth or not.

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Amazing!

Loved the book! I have had some crazy experiences in this life time and I feel like I have to go get hypnosis very soon!

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Amazing information. A must read by all humans!

I loved this book. It was an amazing adventure that finally tells the truth of who we really are, why we are here and what is happening to our race and this planet in these murkey times. anyone who has ever wanted more information than the Bible could offer will be thrilled with this discovery. Also, anyone who needs further clarification on the prophesies of end times....look no further!

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amazing!

such an amazing book with so much information and perspective! love your work Dolores - your legacy lives through your amazing books

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A Book That Answers Many of My Questions

I don't know what to write. Maybe I can give a better review after the second reading. I feel I can understand the most informations in the book without further questions, yet I need to ponder again. Basically this book may save years of research in the UFO field, not the technological part.

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  • 2015-08-08

fabulous content, distracting narration

Would you consider the audio edition of Keepers of the Garden to be better than the print version?

NO

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The quality of the woman's narration is strange. It's disconnected, overly pronounced, disjointed, halting, and in many ways a distraction from the story itself. It would be good to have the book re-read for audible by an experienced reader who is vocally trained.

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  • Computer Nut
  • 2015-06-18

What an awesome book

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I had to break it up a little, like by listening to other smaller titles in between chapters, because it was a constant pounding of new, valuable insight. This is one of those few titles I'm inclined to listen to again. Very good work...

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  • K. Shea
  • 2019-08-03

Misleading information at best

I have read all four books by Dolores Cannon. This title was my fourth. In this book she interviews a young man during regression. I have personally experienced regression twice and I accept it as truth. However, in this book, Cannon asks the man about a concept called imprinting. He explains it to her in great detail and she claims she has never heard of this concept before and states it is very difficult to understand but that it explains, for example, why many claim to have been Cleopatra in another life. The problem is that this same conversation took place verbatim in Between Death and Life, the third book of hers that I read. I understand that material can be reintroduced in multiple books when an author has many books. This is not the case here. In Between Death and Life, Cannon interviews a woman in regression and the woman explains the concept of imprinting. Cannon claims to have never heard of such a thing and the woman explains the concept in great deal. Again Cannon states that this is difficult to understand and again relates it to Cleopatra. The exact same lengthy conversation takes place.
I stopped reading this book when I realized I was hearing the same content passed off as original. This chapter has made me doubt the validity of any of her books, not the validity of past lives and reincarnation. I don’t trust her work anymore.

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  • paul
  • 2015-05-06

superb

This really makes you take a step back and think about life in general .

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  • Debbie Akana
  • 2015-06-11

WOW!!

Eye opening and controversial material however the presentation left me breathless. I found myself silently saying YES YES YES to much of this unfamiliar and unknown subject. Some concepts force you as the reader to rethink our normal lives and why we are here. Please listen with Avery open mind. You will not be disappointed!😀

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  • Dan
  • 2015-04-23

Superb

I enjoyed listening to this book immensely and would highly recommend it to all. To understand that this book is essentially a transcription from someone's past life regression sessions really causes you to pause and think regarding what the truth actually is. And, even if you dismiss it as someone's imagination, it is still a wonderful story.

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  • SeaBorne
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Aliens are here among us.

This was a facinating story although I have a intuition that tells me that some of the content must be taken with a pinch of salt. I have a hard time believing that everything that is revealed in this story should be understood as actually facts. When that is said, I will say that it was a engaging and interesting story narrated in a nice way. The conclusion must be this: Our star-sisters and -brothers have always been here. They consider earth, or Gaia to be their planet too and they always have our highest good in mind when they set out on their rescue missions to help us with surviving on our blue planet and not destroy it. The extraterrestrials must be considered as friends and not as monsters that are touching down in our backyard to harm us. Anyway, it was a mindboogeling story that was exciting to listen to. Perhaps a couple of notches higher up than X-Files. ☺

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  • 2015-07-08

Fantastic

This is an eye-opening and thought provoking book. I thoroughly enjoyed it to the very end Must listen

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  • Nicholas Cunha
  • 2015-06-22

Wow

Some elements are contradictory to similar titles. Ex. Time travel,
impossible etc. but the dialogue and advise that is presented is potentially mind/life altering.

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  • Arlene WIng
  • 2015-06-10

Excellent

An awesome account of very important information. Hard to put down. Scary yet hopeful story.

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